Have you experienced going to a concert—singing and screaming all night—only to lose your voice the next day? Have you had a hard time speaking due to your strained voice from sickness? These times can be quite difficult to navigate.
The human voice is one of the most essential things we have in our system. Without it, it would be difficult for us to convey a thought, persuade people, stand firm for what we believe in, move and inspire others as we embrace our individuality and uniqueness. For such reasons, it’s important that we take good care of it each day.
First and foremost, make sure you don’t stress your voice too much. This can be done by not shouting and instead using a microphone when you have a message.
Train your voice before using it significantly. Most singers, reporters, anchors, and teachers go for various warm-ups and exercises so that their vocal cords will be prepared for strenuous activities.
Keep your voice health on track with voice care and maintenance services. The Medical City’s Ear, Nose, Throat, Head, and Neck Institute Center for Voice and Swallowing can help you stay vocally-healthy and provide you with what your system needs to function well.
Mr. Rodriguez recently availed the Laryngeal Videostroboscopy (also known as Strobe) service to visually check the condition of the vocal cords. Watch the video below to see how it went:
For more information on its Ear, Nose, Throat, Head, and Neck Institute Center for Voice and Swallowing, visit The Medical City or call 988-1000/988-7000 ext. 6251/6467.
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