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

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How to use vinegar before singing?

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You can simply take a teaspoon of vinegar in order to help clear out your throat before you begin singing. Vinegar will and can eliminate mucus or other obstructions in the throat.

Along with mucus it can also help to cure or relieve a sore throat that has been inflicted on the throat. When it comes to vinegar many people cannot get past the smell of the vinegar but if you will need to find an alternate you can drink pickle juice which will contain a particular amount of vinegar in the juice.

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