Any tips regarding singing with asthma?
I think you should think about some good and trusted ways to treat it. For example, take a look at the prescription asthma medications from there. I am pretty sure that you will find it interesting and working to you. Make sure that you talk to your doctor before taking any meds. Good luck!
A. There are no special considerations for singing with this condition, other than taking all precautions you can to reduce what triggers your asthma and making sure your breaths are diaphragmatic. The vocal folds are very small membranes and require next to no air pressure to drive them. People usually over compensate for vocal tensions by taking too big an inhale. I would bet you are in this category. I have worked with quite a few singers with asthma and found great success by focusing on the efficiency of the breathing mechanism. There is an entire section dedicated to breathing in my book, “The Rock-N-Roll Singers Survival Manual,” which is available through my web site or at book stores everywhere.Your practice routines should be focused on getting the most from a smaller inhale rather than competing with your condition for a bigger breath.Q. I’m 32 and have been singing since I was about 16.I have been losing my voice after a couple songs for the past few weeks at practice,which
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