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Vocal hygiene:


1. Identify vocal abuse the reason for forcing the voice.(Shout, clear your throat, laugh, talk as soon as you wake up, etc.)

2. Reduce or eliminate abusive or detrimental uses that are identified.

3. Develop a soft glottal attack.

4. Use the sound volume that you need. Avoid singing at any extreme level.

5. Keep the intensity of your speaking voice as low as possible.

6. Take a deep breath and release it while speaking.

7. Reduce your vocal needs as much as possible. Speak and sing less.

8. While listening, separate your teeth, keeping the lips slightly apart.

9. Avoid speaking in a very noisy environment.

10. Avoid any excess of alcohol or smoking.

11. Avoid making strange sounds with your voice such as imitating a revving motor, etc.

12. Keep the mucous in your mouth, throat and nose as lubricated as possible.

13. On awakening, don’t shout or speak on the phone without warming up your voice.

14. After a performance, do not talk in a smoky or noisy environment.

15. Avoid sleeping right after a meal.

16. Humidify the bedroom.

17. Avoid general anesthesia and intubations unless indispensable.

ex : for wisdom teeth


18. Avoid (from Manuel GARCIA: 17 March 1805 – 1 July 1906):

- frequent use of high pitches with chest or head voices.

- any immoderate forcing of the voice,

- exaggerated tones, primarily singing at the top of your head or at high pitches

- roaring with laughter

- long passionate discourses

- shouts and vociferations,

- prolonged practice of any instrument,

- extreme or intense body exercises,

- abrupt temperature changes especially humidity that can cause colds and hoarseness,

- singing practice after a meal,

- singing in a muffled apartment or in front of an obstacle, such as a: vertical piano, tapestry, wall… (this exposes you to pure loss and fatigue of the lungs and throat).

Excess of any kind fatigues the organ if not damages it. This is the same if one is not careful outdoors, particularly in a cold air or damp evening environment. Gc

- dishes that irritate the throat

- certain nut oils

- drinks that constrict or constipate (a singer should be nourished with simple, healthy foodstuffs,

- any body movement, even eyebrows, eyelids, forehead, mouth, and generally speaking any facial expression or grimace that may tarnish your talent,

- It goes without saying: take a rest as soon as you feel the slightest soreness in the throat. (GARCIA)