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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.

Use the following videos to help you vocalize and practice your vocal chords:




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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