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

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Can you strip your voice singing too long?


Yes, it is very possible that by over using your voice you can in fact strip your voice or strain your voice causing it to become hoarse when trying to sing. It is important that you reset your voice if you are a singer being that if you over work your voice the stripping of your voice is very possible.

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Here below are some things to consider when it comes to you stripping your voice:

-Do not over use your voice

-Drink tea in order to keep your voice moist

-Use lemon tea to help fight back bacteria in your throat

-Stay away from hot liquids so that you do not cause more damage to your voice

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My daughter is in class 5 and her age is 10, I am giving her singing training, so I want to known how to keep her voice fit for singing?

I want my daughter's voice to keep sweet and clear.


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

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