How To Deal With Lost Voice And Sore Throat?
doctor…rnI’m 27 years old, it’s been decades I haven’t sing again… rnWhat medicine did the doctor give him so he can recover quickly and can sing again…thank you doctor for the answer
As with any sport or other special activity, to be able to sing requires gradual practice. Those of you who haven't sung for a long time need to be "refreshed" again to be able to sing. Don't force yourself to sing a song right away, start with vocal exercises. This is so that the sound-producing components from the mouth, nose, throat, larynx, vocal cords, to the components of the lungs and chest muscles can "warm up" first. Forcing direct singing can interfere with the components that produce the sound.
If there is an abnormality in your voice-producing components, of course, the condition must be treated first in order to be able to sing again. Flu, colds, sore throat, laryngitis, allergic reactions, or acid reflux disease (GERD) are some of the diseases that cause problems with the singing process. Go to the doctor to treat it and when it heals start singing again. Regarding singing exercises or techniques, you better consult an expert.
Some simple tips for "recovering" sound:
Rest the vocal cords as often as possible. If you want to speak, speak softly and slowly, not too loudly. Create a clean home atmosphere from smoke and dust Drink plenty of water, especially warm water, don't smoke, consume natural ingredients that are good for the throat, such as mint and ginger.
dr. Muhammad Fadhil