Rest and Hydration
Hydration is essential to treat itching. Allow your vocal cords to relax and recover by taking breaks between performances, lectures and other vocal tasks. Consume adequate amounts of water to keep your throat moist and prevent dryness.
Vocal exercises are an excellent way to reduce hoarseness and strengthen the vocal cords. Start with simple exercises such as humming, lip trills and tongue trills. As you become more comfortable with the exercises, add more challenging ones such as glottal stops and vocal glides.
Herbal remedies are a natural and effective way to treat hoarseness. Try drinking herbal teas made with ingredients such as licorice root, marshmallow root, slippery elm and sage. These herbs are known to soothe the throat and reduce inflammation.
Humidifiers are a great way to keep your throat moist and reduce hoarseness. Use a humidifier in your bedroom at night to keep your vocal cords hydrated and healthy. If you are performing in a dry environment, try using a portable humidifier to keep your throat from drying out.
is key to preventing hoarseness. Smoking, drinking alcohol and eating spicy foods can irritate the throat and cause hoarseness. Avoid these activities if you are prone to hoarseness or if you are performing.
Visiting a professional
If hoarseness persists for more than a few days, it is best to see a professional. A physician (PHONIATRA) or speech therapist can help diagnose and treat your hoarseness. They may recommend vocal exercises or medications to help reduce hoarseness.
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