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

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Can a lot of throwing up damage the larynx?

Yes, because the vomit will be reversing back up your throat which not only hurts your throat but can also cause your throat to be sore. This will also cause tears in your throat depending on how many times you throw up which can affect your singing voice.

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So being bulimic can damage whistle register?

I was able to scream and function my whistles before when I wasn't bulimic. Is it possible to get whistle register back?

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How can I recover from nodules?

I am a teacher and singer at the same time. I started singing four years ago without proper knowledge and experience about singing and proper breathing techniques. last week I found out I had nodules but I have commitments and can not stop teaching and singing. what should I do? I lack sleep often and drink soda a lot.

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

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