Become Healthy As A Horse Again With Innovative And Alternative Voice Therapy!



A lot of people, especially with speaking voice problems, who are coming to me for my services, are absolutely sure that the only problem they have is their voice problem.
Little do they know!

Evidently, they don’t perceive that the voice is the essential part of their anatomy and it is interconnected to their whole emotional, physical and mental being.

Sometimes, the problem with the speaking voice could be an indication of something else happening in the physical body and their voice problem actually has been emotionally induced. Let’s take, for example, spasmodic dysphonia.

This particular voice disorder has very little to do with the nasty symptoms like uncontrollable spasms of the voice and loss of control of the vocal box, as the problem, in this instance, is not in the voice. The problem has neurological nature which was most likely induced by highly emotional stress and then it manifested in the physical body. The symptoms of spasmodic dysphonia, coupled with high blood pressure and highly emotional stress, could be the warning symptoms of the future stroke.

If we are talking about muscle tension dysphonia, it mostly has to do with the improper conduct of one’s voice. However, these people who suffer from this nasty voice disorder are usually quite highly unbalanced, hyperactive, loud and controlling. While embarking on fixing their voice, these individuals should look closely at their behavior on an everyday bases.They should reassess their communication and habitation with the people they come into contact with regularly or otherwise.

These types of people are usually very opinionated and like to prove their point with everything they’ve got, so to speak. While doing that they sometimes become very loud. They actually are not noticing that they are pushing their voices to the absolute heights and limits, until they reach the point that they cannot push anymore. Now, their so called ‘power’ has been taken away from them and now they feel helpless.
So, as we see, the voice problem has very deep roots. The character of the person, the physical and emotional make-up of the person has a lot to do with why their voice injury occurs.

Maybe, in a way, it is a blessing for those people who were on the loud side all their lives and never thought that they could, perhaps, adjust their behavior and their lifestyle to the point of the absolute balance, so that neither the voice issue, nor any other health issues, would possess their being. And of course, there are “simple cases” which usually happen to singers and simply being induced by them not knowing how to conduct their speaking and singing voice. For them, once they recover their voice, the sky is the limit. Now, they acquire a proper vocal technique, which applies to speaking and singing and they are very well on their way to stardom.

Yes, of course, their vocal injury also, understandably, plays with their mind and their emotions, but the roots of their vocal injury, usually are not as deep, as for people who just injured their speaking voice. The psychology of the voice/vocal injury for both categories has completely different roots and has to be approached somewhat differently. The main thing for both categories, of course, is to regain the full health and full balance and realize that the voice loss is just a symptom of something bigger and greater which has been happening to them for some time.

Nevertheless, the innovative and alternative voice therapy suggests to treat the person as a whole, holistically and naturally.

Comments

  1. Well, I accidentally deleted my comment...but I feel its worth doing again.... I just had a wonderful discussion with Ms. Diana Yampolsky. It was very enlightening to discuss the relation of health and voice with her....like most people I have taken my voice for granted and never considered it as part of the whole of my well-being. This article made me think how over the years my voice has become lower, which I believe has caused people to have a hard time hearing me. I have developed a habit of actually forcing my voice in order to be heard to the point where it is a habit. Sometimes I have realized afterwards I had more or less shouted unnecessarily. (Embarrassing). Life goes on and I have developed a great deal of upper respiratory issues and I also have gained weight which my doctors tell me is the reason I need to use a CPAP machine at night. Meanwhile my voice has gotten even lower. Last year I had surgery and the tube that the anesthesiologist inserted in my throat while under has caused even more damage. I now have a very low, raspy voice that is at times so bad that I can hardy speak and I have to push even harder just to speak. Lately my throat has been swollen and irritated and it even totally closed up on me one night. I truly hope that I can raise funds somehow to experience the health that can be obtained by proper care and use of something so essential to ones self.....my voice.

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