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.
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.
No one likes dealing with acid reflux. The indigestion, the sour taste in your mouth, and the difficulty swallowing are all uncomfortable effects of reflux. But did you know acid reflux can even cause you to lose your voice? This is called reflux laryngitis. Charlotte Eye Ear Nose & Throat Associates, P.A. Otolaryngologist Darrell Klotz, MD, discusses reflux laryngitis in this month’s blog.
Voice and Swallowing Specialist Lori Ellen Sutton, MA, CCC-SLP talks about saving your vocal folds by doing SOVT vocal exercises through a straw.
January 15-20 is National Non-Smoking Week, and is the
perfect time to quit a habit with both short- and long-term health concerns.
The New Year is a time many people resolve to be healthier. Charlotte Eye Ear Nose & Throat Associates, P.A. Voice & Swallowing Specialist Lori Ellen Sutton, MA, CCC-SLP, discusses healthy vocal resolutions.