Unusual Sore Throat Remedies

A singer friend of mine had one of those situations that all of us singers hate to think about: a long-lasting bout of laryngitis. She stayed quiet for awhile, canceled concerts, stopped teaching and waited… https://logopedie-kachynova.cz/

When it did not get better, and with growing concern, she visited the speech therapy unit of one of our leading hospitals in Montreal, The Montreal General. And there, she was given some friendly support, and as it turns out, some very good advice about how to deal with her laryngitis and the 2 small nodules that had formed on her vocal cords. (Not from bad technique or over singing).

The speech-language pathologist, Glenna Waters, took my friend through a series of very gentle vocal exercises that were to be repeated twice a day until the problem was healed.

Waters supervised my friend for four months. And gradually, with patient work, she was back in vocal shape and eager to tell other singers about these exercises that she was now using as daily vocal exercises with her singing students.

Note the Following:

My friend did make it clear to me that these exercises are most effective if carefully monitored. She believes that voice students can find it difficult to judge what it means to do the exercises with “ease” and without “pressure.” That it takes real supervision for singers to get the idea of the correct feel and sound.

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