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How to straighten a lazy vocal cord?


The best way to straighten a lazy vocal chord is by practicing and exercising it everyday. You must remember to not over practice as it will harm your voice.

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Is there any way to address the one "lazy" vocal chord?

Have been singing in various choirs for more than 30 years (tenor). Now can't hit/hold "high" notes; been diagnosed with a "Lazy vocal chord". Have quit choir singing, and don't plan on going back, but I do, sometimes have trouble swallowing; often choke (never life threatening), but is a minor bother, and always seem present-no pain, but the symptoms are very inconvenience. Anything I can do, short of surgery, to alleviate symptoms?

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