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

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Will hot milk help to get voice back?


No, the hot milk will not help to get voice back since it is a dairy product so it is a "No" "No" for getting your voice back. If you want to get your voice back, drink a lot of water (warm water), take a rest for how many days or a week, exercise every day (you need it), and avoid those cold drinks and avoid dairy products like milk and shakes. Well, you can drink a hot milk if you are a singer or take any dairy products, but a hot milk can't get back your voice. So if you want to get back your voice, just drink warm water, exercise, have enough sleep and rest (you really need to rest if you want to get back your voice).

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Does hot pepper help a broken voice?


Pepper may be good because of its minty flavor that works to calm the vocal cords like mint. However, unlike mint alone, pepper can also be rather irritating, especially when a large amount is taken.

Pepper may work well if it's put into a hot salt water mixture. Add a few dash of pepper and you'll feel how soothing it is.

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Can hot cocoa help a hoarse voice?


It will help soothe your vocal cords but on the other hand, too much of it may also be bad because it is sweet. It can cause further irritation to your vocal cords when you have too much of it close to a singing performance or to a time that you have to speak out loud in public.

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It may be more beneficial if you will select cocoa drink which contain less sugar.

Does warm chicken soup help fix strained vocal cords?

Does hot chicken soup work as well as hot tea or coffee to fix a hoarse voice?. I have tried: I have tried hot coffee and hot milk.. I think it was caused by: I am in a show at a theater where I sing show tunes every night and every day I work at a telemarketing place where I use my voice and it gets overused.

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