Tuesday, February 9, 2016
How To Get Your Voice Back - Embrace The Process.
· Identify the vocal problem itself in order to get your voice back.
Perhaps, you have noticed that your voice (Speaking and/or singing) is not working in the same capacity as it once was. Obviously you are puzzled and concerned. At this point, you have to come to terms that something is not the same and begin to accept that fact.
· Identify the cause of such occurrence.
Please try to analyze what could have caused your voice problem in the first place. Please try to “rewind” all the possible facts, which could have lead to such an ordeal. You might think of any medical/surgical procedures you might have undergone in the not very distant past. You might think of a ball game you might have attended with your kids, or a concert of your Idol singing.
In this instance, you would possibly be able to recall how excited you were then, during the events, & how loud you were cheering for the performers in the field.
Also, it probably would not hurt to look at your personal relationship with your spouse and your children. Have you been shouting a lot lately? Have you, perhaps, been under a lot of stress at work and/or at home?
All of the above factors (and many others) could easily aid to a voice problem. When you are in the moment, you are not paying attention how loud you speak or scream. The consequences will haunt you later.
· Do not ‘sugarcoat’ your feelings; rather, embrace it with a grain of sault.
That alone will help you immensely to get your voice back in a fast and efficient manner.
When you start experiencing some changes in your voice, please DO NOT pretend that nothing happened and do not convince yourself that it is just temporary and you will feel better tomorrow. Unfortunately, you might not feel better tomorrow, as the damage has already been done and it will not go away on its own.
It might require some further investigation and medical (or alternative) assistance.
· Outline your goal for the best possible recovery of your vocal problem and enjoy getting there.
Once you are able to face the fact that you do have a vocal problem, please embrace this fact and outline the goal to get your voice back. It might, not necessarily, be an easy road, but please try to enjoy the process towards achieving your main goal – getting your voice back.