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

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I'm a singer but often my throat dries out?


This is something that a lot of singers go through when singing for this is a common problem being that you use your throat a lot in when singing. Below are a number of things you can do in order to keep your throat moist.

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1. Drinking water will help to keep your throat moist to help you when singing for long periods of times or just for helping you to keep your throat dry during other activities.

2. Take a teaspoon of olive oil in order to help coat your throat which will help to moisten your throat for a certain period of time.

3. Taking a teaspoon of honey will help to coat your throat to help moisten your throat back into a good standing when singing.

Here below is an article that will also help you to follow other steps to help keep your throat moist:


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