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Throat Coat Tea for Singers - Thu, 19 Nov 2015 16:01:27 +0000

A perfect ingredient for singers, Slippery elm or Ulmus rubra (Latin for “red elm,” so called for its lovely reddish bark) is a beautiful, native North American elm tree. It’s the inner bark of this tree that is actually called “slippery elm” due to its, yes, slippery, smooth, and slimy-in-a-good-way properties. Combined with licorice and marshmallow root, we think the Throat Coat for Singers tea blend is like taking your voice to the spa—because we all need a little comfort sometimes … read more ,, The post Throat Coat Tea for Singers appeared first on VocalHealthCare.Com. ,

Nasal Guardian Sinus Care - Mon, 25 May 2015 19:52:37 +0000

Every day you are exposed to millions of pollutants and irritants at work, home, school, or while traveling, that can affect your wellbeing. Just as you wash your hands daily, thanks to Nasal Guardian™, you can now gently cleanse and moisturize your nasal and respiratory passage. Nasal Guardian contains the original time proven Scandinavian formula from Salomon Propolis®, sourced in Brazil. Bee propolis nasal solutions have been used by generations for the cleansing of nasal and respiratory passages. Nasal Guardian … read more ,, The post Nasal Guardian Sinus Care appeared first on VocalHealthCare.Com. ,

The Female Vocal Tract - Thu, 21 Mar 2013 19:05:33 +0000

A contribution about the Female Vocal Tract by: Robert Lunte, Founder of The Vocalist Studio As I began working to develop what we refer to as “The Intrinsic Anchoring Set” in TVS pedagogy, something very profound began to be revealed to me. I realized women benefit from intrinsic anchoring, possibly more than men do. The Need For Intrinsic Anchoring Intrinsic Anchoring is so important to producing an amazing vocal tone that I have to emphasize again that both genders must … read more ,, The post The Female Vocal Tract appeared first on VocalHealthCare.Com. ,

What Is Speech? - Mon, 11 Feb 2013 22:45:49 +0000

What Is Voice? What Is Speech? What Is Language? The functions, skills, and abilities of voice, speech, and language are related. Some dictionaries and textbooks use the terms almost interchangeably. But for scientists and medical professionals, it is important to distinguish among them. Voice Voice (or vocalization) is the sound produced by humans and other vertebrates using the lungs and the vocal folds in the larynx, or voice box. Voice is not always produced as speech, however. Infants babble and … read more ,, The post What Is Speech? appeared first on VocalHealthCare.Com. ,

Tips For Singers - Mon, 11 Feb 2013 22:43:01 +0000

TIPS FOR SINGERS! To learn more about how to warm-up your voice and have fun doing it, check out our instructional section. Can I improve my tone quality? Tone quality improves when the correct musculature is engaged in the singing process. Feel underneath your chin with your forefinger and slide it inwards to the point where your neck meets the muscles under your chin. Now swallow. Notice how your larynx (Adam’s apple) raises up and the muscles under your chin … read more ,, The post Tips For Singers appeared first on VocalHealthCare.Com. ,

The Best Throat Spray - Mon, 11 Feb 2013 22:40:45 +0000

Tips and Guidelines for Vocal Health Products By Scott Rabb “What is the best throat spray?” is the most common question I am asked. And I respond with a question, "for what…?" Favorite Products Like any product, everyone has a favorite brand. But also, like any product, if a celeb has a favorite it’s because, luckily, it may be the one product that helped them in a pinch or on the more practical side, the product’s manufacturer sponsors them. Just … read more ,, The post The Best Throat Spray appeared first on VocalHealthCare.Com. ,

Thayers Slippery Elm Lozenges soothe a sore throat. - Mon, 11 Feb 2013 22:39:16 +0000

Thayer’s Slippery Elm Lozenges Gentle all natural oral demulcents* give singers temporary relief from minor discomfort and Thayer’s Slippery Elm Lozenges give soothing protection of irritated areas in sore mouths and throats.  Thayer’s are the best slippery elm lozenges on the market! Now in a 42 count Tin the convenient 4 Flavor Pack is one of our most popular items. Scroll down to see the ingredients.  DIRECTIONS FOR USE : Allow to dissolve slowly in the mouth. Repeat every 2 hours as needed. GENERAL INFORMATION The … read more ,, The post Thayers Slippery Elm Lozenges soothe a sore throat. appeared first on VocalHealthCare.Com. ,

Thayers Dry Mouth - Mon, 11 Feb 2013 22:36:09 +0000

We found that this product was refreshing and did indeed combat dry mouth! And comes in a larger bottle than the others. We were surprised to find that it worked to help balance the saliva in the mouth — so it was great to combat "over salivation" too! DRY MOUTH – BE GONE!!! Over 20,000,000 people suffer from Dry Mouth and Xerostomia. This ranges from minor problems (hyposalivation) caused by overusing the voice or nervous tension, to severe salivary gland … read more ,, The post Thayers Dry Mouth appeared first on VocalHealthCare.Com. ,

Teachers Take Care Of Your Voice - Mon, 11 Feb 2013 22:32:25 +0000

Teachers: Take Care of Your Voice Some 7.5 million people, including many teachers, have diseases or disorders of the voice. It’s a lesson worth learning: Teachers who try to do the best possible job for their students need to take care and preserve what may be their most valuable teaching asset–their voice. Teachers are among those professionals who make great demands on their voices; they talk all day long in the classroom and have to project loud enough so that … read more ,, The post Teachers Take Care Of Your Voice appeared first on VocalHealthCare.Com. ,

Taking Care Of Your Voice - Mon, 11 Feb 2013 22:23:24 +0000

Taking Care of Your Voice We rely on our voices to inform, persuade, and connect with other people. Your voice is as unique as your fingerprint. Many people you know use their voices all day long, day in and day out. Singers, teachers, doctors, lawyers, nurses, sales people, and public speakers are among those who make great demands on their voices. Unfortunately, these individuals are most prone to experiencing voice problems. It is believed that 7.5 million people have diseases … read more ,, The post Taking Care Of Your Voice appeared first on VocalHealthCare.Com. ,