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Prevent vocal cord damage and protect your singing voice by drinking the right liquids

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How to repair severely dry vocal chords for singer?

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To repair severely dry vocal chords for singers, drink a lot of warm water, exercise regularly, avoid sweet foods, avoid cold drinks, rest for how many days or for how many weeks, go outside and have some fresh air, don't go to smoke areas or stay away on smoke areas. Avoid getting sick, one that makes your voice severely dry is cough, when you keep on coughing it will damage your throat and lungs so it will also damage your vocal chords. Since you have a dry vocal chords, just drink a lot of warm water and will cleanse it and slowly heal it.

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How to repair vocal cords from screaming?

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When you scream you will cause different issues to your vocal chords from tearing of tissue, inflammation, irritation or swelling. These things can be helped or repaired by performing the following steps and treatments.

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1. Rest your vocal chords by not doing anything strenuous such as singing or yelling anymore for a number of days. This will allow your vocal chords to in fact repair themselves in time.

2. Drink juices such as orange juice, apple juices, lemon tea or honey tea in order to help aid the repair of your vocals. These things will coat your throat with vitamins that will aid you in the repair of your throat and vocal chords.

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3. If your voice is hoarse then you can take medicine such as cough drops to help give you a temporary solution to your voice being hoarse or etc. Along with these types of medicine ensure that you are also performing step 1 which is resting your vocals.

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Can you repair vocal cords after they have been stretched?

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The answer is yes, you can repair your injured vocal cords after they have been stretched. When you abuse your vocal cords by repetitive and forceful talking or singing, your vocal cords will dries out and eventually becomes stretched or swollen, making your voice hoarse. Repairing your stretched or strained vocal cords takes time and requires proper throat hygiene (gargling a warm glass of water with 1 teaspoon salt every day), avoiding foods and drinks that may irritate the throat (like spicy foods, dairy products, alcoholic and caffeinated drinks), taking natural throat remedies (like drinking a warm cup of herbal tea like ginger or ginseng tea with a tablespoon of honey) and resting the voice completely for four to five days. By following the above tips, your stretched vocal cords will recover naturally and brings back your natural singing voice.

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How to repair voice damage of several years?

4 years ago my family got the flu; although I rarely get sick the flu was really bad therefore I caught it. Taking care of everyone else I neglected proper care of myself. After that flu, my voice has never been the same. I had a soprano voice but now my voice is more coarse, sometimes very hoarse where I can't scream or reach any high note or even sing at all. Due to insurance issues-haven't seen a dr. I know I should but... Looking for ways to repair voice.

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How to fix Dry vocal chords / Hoarse voice?

Hi, I'm a male I'm 17 I used to be able to sing well I guess when I was 14 or 15 but now my voice is is really hoarse and scratchy I can't even scream anymore there's just a feint noise that comes out like air escaping and if I do it more it get higher pitch which doesn't sound correctly

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