The voice is formed by the vocal cords. Their strength depends on their condition, and if they are damaged, loss of voice is possible.
What can adversely affect it, causing a temporary loss?
How to achieve this, this instruction will tell.
Inadvertently use cold foods, like ice cream or soft drinks. Eat the snow or break off the icicle and gnaw it.
Cool yourself, long staying in the cold, underAir conditioning or settle in a draft. Then you will be ill with laryngitis, tonsillitis (angina), and, possibly, even tracheitis. Especially strong impact on the vocal cords is laryngitis, causing their dysfunction due to extensive inflammation of the mucous membrane of the larynx.
True, this is very risky and fraught with complications for the body, since the voice can be lost forever.
Multiply talk without interruption - three orfour o'clock. It can be while you are lecturing. Do not pay attention to dryness and perspiration in the larynx, do not give yourself a rest to soften the larynx with a couple of sips of water.
Become more nervous and upset, staying inState of stress. It also depresses the vocal cords. At any opportunity, do not refuse to participate in a loud argument or even make a scandal. Strongly strain your voice, speak very loudly, break to scream.
Excessively long practice loud singing, and after that go out into the cold, continuing and there to overstrain the vocal cords.
Often drink soda water, drinks. Eat too hot, spicy food.
Breathe often with dusty, gassy air,Do not inhale through your nose, but through your mouth. And if you smoke, it will further bring you closer to the cherished goal of losing your voice, as smoke and dust drain and coarsens the tissue of the vocal cords.
In some people, drinking strong alcohol can cause a significant deterioration in the voice - up to complete disappearance. Especially if it is aggravated by something from what was listed above.
If you use a product that you haveEarlier already there was an allergic reaction, development of anaphylactic shock is not excluded. There will be extensive edema of the soft tissues of the larynx and trachea. It may be that you can not practically breathe, and only prompt medical help will get you out of this dangerous state.