Occupational Hazards: Dealing with Everyday Bad Voice Habits.

I work with people from a wide variety of professions and walks of life, but I do find myself working with specific groups of people more often than others: Lawyers, Teachers, Admin Assistants, Salespeople, Public Speakers, Professional Voiceover Artists, Radio & TV Personalities and Singers.

Due to their chosen professions, they often ruin their voices because they have no knowledge of any sort with respect of how to use their voices properly or how to preserve their voices for a prolonged period of time.

Majority of times, these people tend to speak without any knowledge of how to lift their voices off of their vocal boxes and vocal cords in particular, and rather, instead, put their voices in use employing a different set of muscles (facial muscles); thus providing a very much needed rest for their vocal anatomy overall.

On the contrary, they are pulling and pushing their vocal chords, squeezing and twisting their larynx and, moreover, engaging the muscles in their necks and chest cavities while using their voices – even sometimes developing muscle tension and fibromyalgia on top of their vocal problems.

In my amazing discovery of over 34 years of practice, I have created a methodology which can actually save and protect your vocal chords and practically your entire vocal box.  By lifting the voice off of the vocal chords and restructuring it into the set of your facial muscles, they will begin to function as a natural amplifier/resonator. And while the facial muscles begin to work in full conjunction and coordination with the abdominal muscles, the use of the throat, larynx and the vocal chords will be practically eliminated.

But since people are not aware of what could happen to them if they continue to use and abuse their voices, the damage will come to them as a surprise and they will start sounding hoarse and raspy and won’t even know why. Often, these people will need to clear their throats at any given time, thus, causing more irritation and dryness inside of their vocal box.

All of that can lead to any kind of growth like nodules, nodes, polyps, etc...

Our device is:  Work smart, not hard... and with the minimum effort, achieve the maximum result while using your voice with structure in mind... and by design.


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