Teachers Take Care Of Your Voice

Teachers: Take Care of Your Voice Some 7.5 million people, including many teachers, have diseases or disorders of the voice. It’s a lesson worth learning: Teachers who try to do the best possible job for their students need to take care and preserve what may be their most valuable teaching asset–their voice. Teachers are among those professionals who make great demands on their voices; they talk all day long in the classroom and have to project loud enough so that … read more >>

Taking Care Of Your Voice

Taking Care of Your Voice We rely on our voices to inform, persuade, and connect with other people. Your voice is as unique as your fingerprint. Many people you know use their voices all day long, day in and day out. Singers, teachers, doctors, lawyers, nurses, sales people, and public speakers are among those who make great demands on their voices. Unfortunately, these individuals are most prone to experiencing voice problems. It is believed that 7.5 million people have diseases … read more >>

Sound Ruler

Sound Ruler – What is too loud? Every day we hear a variety of sounds. Sounds that are too loud or loud sounds over a long time, can damage your hearing.The loudness of sounds is measured in decibels (dB). Learn the decibel levels for different soudns and know which noises can cause damage to your hearing. Protect your ears when you are involved in a loud activity. How loud is too loud? Decibel Level | What we hear 10 dB … read more >>

Singing With A Sore Throat

Singing With A Sore Throat by Vocal Coach Brett Manning Author of Singing Success Q: Is it OK for me to sing when I have a sore throat? A: Depending on what’s causing it, singing with a sore throat can be catastrophic. I tell my clients, "if it hurts to swallow, don’t sing!" Conversely, if it’s a mildly soar throat, consult your doctor (it’s a good idea to find a good ear, nose, throat specialist in your area and build … read more >>

Singers Saving Grace

Citrus & Honey Flavored Alcohol Free Singer’s Saving Grace Professional Strength Throat Spray Regular (Black Licorice) Flavored Alcohol Free Singer’s Saving Grace Professional Strength Throat Spray Singer’s® Saving Grace Throat Spray (Collinsonia/Jack-in-the-pulpit Complex)Ideal for sore throats, laryngitis, pharyngitis, hoarseness, cough, expectoration of thick mucus and a feeling of dryness in the throat. A blessing for singers, preachers, teachers or anybody with a sore throat from singing, screaming, cheering, shouting or talking loudly for a long period of time. Also for … read more >>

Singer’s Links

Useful Singer’s Links Here are some resources and other useful singer’s links: Get the THE MODERN VOCALIST.com – The #1 Community for Singers widget and many other great free widgets at Widgetbox! LINKS FOR SINGERS We support: Just Gotta Sing™ Online Store Dry Mouth Prevention – Dry Mouth Sprays & Lozenges Ear Training Entertainers Secret Throat Spray Learn to Sing Online – Instant Vocal Warmup and Training Downloads Pocket Tones – Perfect Pitch Electronic Pitch Pipes Singing Lessons – SingingLessons.com … read more >>

Salivary Glands


Salivary Glands Where Are Your Salivary Glands? The glands are found in and around your mouth and throat. We call the major salivary glands the parotid, submandibular, and sublingual glands. They all secrete saliva into your mouth, the parotid through tubes that drain saliva, called salivary ducts, near your upper teeth, submandibular under your tongue, and the sublingual through many ducts in the floor of your mouth. Besides these glands, there are many tiny glands called minor salivary glands located … read more >>