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

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Does screaming too loud damage my voice and my vocal chords?

Hello, I have a nice voice, but before two days I had a problem and I screamed in a very loud voice, I felt pain in my vocal chords and throat and now my voice is not as the same as before and I'm so scared it would not get back as it was, so is there any solution for my problem and will my voice return as it was? Thank you so much for your time. I'm not a child, I'm 24 years old and I screamed too much because of anger. I can't find a way to explain how loud and strong was that, and my voice isn't the same as before in singing. I'm getting out of tune and I can't reach high notes. I want to know if there is any solution for my problem and if my voice will be the same as before?

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