Friday, June 17, 2016

How to Find Quick Solutions to Vocal Fatigue from Incorrect Use

Aside from the perils of incorrect use of voice when you sing, does your voice get tired and worn out even during regular speech? Are you sensing that your vocal chords are a bit corroded and that you’re sounding horse and you desire to stop speaking altogether to save your voice? This article is not specifically for singers. It applies to a far wider audience and I’m sure you will learn a thing or two.

It happens to the best of us at times, when the voice is simply tired and could use a break. When you’re sensing the onset of vocal fatigue—for whatever reason—the best remedy is to drop a few octaves when you speak, as it does provide a great amount of comfort and relief. You should also take a thousand milligrams of effervescent vitamin C with a glass of water per day, to help neutralize the strain and pain in your voice. After a few days you’ll likely feel a lot better and your voice will begin to return to normal.

That being said, finding out the cause of your vocal pain and strain is most important for the long term health of perhaps one of your body’s most important organs—your voice. People fall into all sorts of situations that bring on incorrect vocal management, so what’s key is to find a more permanent solution. And this will surprise you. You don’t have to be an aspiring singer to go for voice lessons. Politicians, public speakers, radio and TV presenters, MCs, telemarketers and business people alike could all benefit immensely from vocal training to correct the way in which they use their voice, for their own wellbeing and prosperity in their careers.

In Summary: if it so much as hurts when you talk, then something is definitely wrong in the way you use your voice. All manner of professionals who depend on their voice to advance in their careers will find how beneficial a bit of vocal training can be in helping them achieve their dreams. It only takes a few lessons for one to discover the difference it makes to your voice. So the next time you’re experiencing such irritating symptoms, consider voice training if your life and career depend on it. Should you be interested in finding out more on this topic, there are plenty of resources and professional advice available on this blog. So spend a little time to browse.

You are the instrument, learn to sing like a pro!


Vocal Coach & Author "Letters from a Vocal Coach"
Private Singing Lessons
BUY Online Singing Lessons Course

No comments:

Post a Comment