A man sleeps and rests his voice

​How does sleep affect my voice?

Sep 28, 2017

Being a singer can mean a lot of late nights and early mornings of performances and practicing. But if you are not getting enough sleep, you could make yourself susceptible to voice injury or impede healing a vocal injury.

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A woman teaches students to sing

​Preparing Your Voice To Go Back to School

Aug 07, 2017

School will soon be back in session. Whether you are a voice, music, or theater teacher, theater director, or a student singer who has had the summer off, it is a good idea to start preparing your voice now for the increased demand that comes with the return of the school year. Here are some things to consider.

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Young woman with hoarseness

​What is your voice trying to tell you?

Jun 01, 2017

Even with attention to good vocal hygiene, if you have a vocally demanding job you may still find yourself with hoarseness. What are some common hoarseness-causing voice disorders, and when should you see a doctor about them?

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woman nasal breathing

​Sing strongly with nasal breathing

Apr 25, 2017

Exercising your voice, resting it at the appropriate times and not overusing it, avoiding acid reflux, and treating your allergies are all good ways to keep your voice healthy and strong. Just as important as all of that, though, is knowing proper breathing techniques. Breathing through your nose has many benefits, especially if you’re preparing for a major singing engagement.

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Woman singing who is not dealing with allergies and a hoarse voice

​How can allergies affect my voice?

Apr 03, 2017

You’re doing everything right to keep your voice healthy. You don’t overuse it. You keep any acid reflux under control. You do exercises to keep it strong. Despite all that, you still have hoarseness. What’s causing the problem? As it turns out, it might be allergies.

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Woman talking with their voices.

​Making Your First Impression Last: Maintaining A Healthy Voice

Mar 07, 2017

Parents, matchmakers, and social psychologists all agree: You have only one chance to make a good first impression. Whether it’s that first date, a big presentation at work, or a job interview, our voice is extremely important to each and every one of us.

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