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

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Is green tea good for my voice?

I drink green tea with honey and organic apple vinegar regularly. I have tried: Green tea and honey

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As long as the tea is not super hot, green tea and honey are great for vocal cords. Apple Cider vinegar lukewarm and gargled can keep your throat infection free.

How to maintain the good/cold voice?

I'm singing everyday for my practice but I force to get the high notes, now my throat is painful and hoarse voice. What will I do now to get back my voice natural?

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You are straining your vocal cords to reach those high notes. Unfortunately, you should let your voice rest to help repair the damage and next time you sing, run through several vocal exercises first before hitting the high notes. Drink lukewarm water regularly as well as avoid any highly acidic or greasy foods until your voice comes back.

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