With the changeable weather and changing of the seasons, what better than to podcast about looking after your voice.
Going from hot weather, to cool damp windy weather; an air conditioned room to a warmer temperature outside, could result in a cough or cold – risking strain on your voice. Add in high pollen counts, and this could be an additional risk to your voice short term.
In the latest Superstar Communicator Podcast I share top tips to avoiding damage to your voice when you have a cold or cough.
My top tips include:
- Avoiding using your voice when your voice is ‘husky’ or tired.
- Being aware of when your voice is tired and when to stop using it.
- Ensuring you are hydrated.
- The specific challenge of ‘Acid Reflux’ if you voice is husky in the morning and how to minimise the symptoms on your voice.
- Avoiding straining your voice through shouting.
My audio training course “Make an Impact with your Voice” is a very cost effective training option if you are wishing to improve your speaking skills.