Addressing A Woman Who Has A Voice Like A Man?
Why does it say women have a male voice “And how do I change it? Because I feel insecure because my voice is different from others … r n r nGreetings Format r n r n (Sasha)
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In general, women do have a louder (shrill) voice and smaller than men. This difference in voice is more pronounced when past puberty, which is between the ages of 9 and 15 years. At this age, the size and thickness of the vocal cords located in the larynx can undergo changes that are influenced by hormonal conditions. As a result, men will have a heavier or "slacking" voice, while women are the opposite.
There are several factors that can cause women to sound bigger like men, including:
Has thick and long vocal cords
Have high levels of the hormone testosterone in the blood
Accustomed to smoking, which triggers inflammation of the larynx which makes the larynx thick
If you don't feel any other complaints, such as itching in the throat, shortness of breath, hoarseness, or disappearing, then chances are that your condition is just a manifestation of a normal variation in the vocal cords and is nothing to worry about. The difference in this type of voice actually makes you unique and different from other women. Make this one of your characteristics that makes you more easily recognized by those around you. Do not let this difference actually make you lose confidence. Rest assured, that there is still a lot of potential within you that you can explore into a proud achievement rather than just focusing on the uniqueness of your voice.
If you are worried about a dangerous condition related to your voice, don't hesitate to consult directly with an ENT specialist.
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah