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Voice Disorders

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Last Updated: 01 May 2022
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Voice is the sound made by air passing away from your lungs with your throat, or voice box. In your throat are your singing cables, two bands of muscle that shake to make audio. Signs that your voice isn't healthy and balanced include: Your voice has become hoarse or raspy; You've lost the capacity to hit some high notes when singing; Your voice all of a sudden appears much deeper; Your throat usually really feels raw, throbbing, or stressed; It's come to be an initiative to talk. Therapy for voice disorders varies depending on the cause. Most voice troubles can be effectively dealt with when detected early.

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