How to Release Tension from Your Throat | Singing Lessons

How to Release Tension from Your Throat | Singing Lessons

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  1. Thank you that was very helpful. Throat tension is my worst nightmare at the moment but I'm working on it. Thank you, that was very approachable and awesome.

  2. This was a helpful piece of advice. Thank you for sharing your knowledge. I was doing some research on this topic and I came across this video as one of the first resources.The last thing most singers need it pressure or tension in/on their throat while practicing or singing front of a crowd. Visualization can also help by picturing you are in some happy setting and calm in addition to the tips mentioned in this video. Best, Marvin Lee:-]

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  4. tomorrow is my singing competition if I get selected I'll go to the finals I'm so nervous my voice suddenly changed today while singing I'm very nervous for tomm anyone know what to do

  5. Hello Howcast, that was very interesting. I have a poster on my wife's wall in the nursing home I believe might help her. It says: "Sing every day for ten minutes, It helps to relieve stress, helps your breathing, lowers blood pressure andmight even help you live longer" Do you think this is true? One reason I am commenting on your video is because I really want my wife to live forever! Well, here is the problem: She has a problem swallowing and gets strangled easily. The doctor ordered rehab for her swallowing muscels and electrodes on her neck right on her throat near her epiglottis, larynx area. This is helping but very slowly. I would think if she would sing songs that would involve singing in different octives and singing loudly might help. I told her today to practice yodeling which she can't do very well but she tried…..What do you think?

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