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5 Causes of Vocal Abuse

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- speaking/singing too high/low

- strange noises/impressions lol

- too many hours singing/talking

- singing while hoarse

- overuse of glottal onsets

- speaking/singing w pressed sound

- yelling/screaming/shouting

- hyperfunctional breath/support/phonation

- smoking/drinking/drugs

- dehydration

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Vocal edema- what is it? cause?

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- buiildup of fluid in lamina propria (unilateral or bilateral)

- results from misuse, infection, inflammation, or as reaction to drugs/allergies

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Vocal fold hemorrhage: what is it? what causes it?

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- rupture of one or more blood vessels

- generally caused by trauma

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Polyp? What is it? What causes it?

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I think she means nodules, bc internet says polyps are the same as edemas.

- nodules may form when edemas go unchecked and continue to impact during phonation

- becomes bilateral callous

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Teacher's role in remediation of pathological voice

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Limited! Illegal to provide therapy without being licensed by ASHA. Send them to laryngologist, SLP, or SVS.

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Rigid vs. Flexible Laryngoscope?

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- rigid works like a periscope. It's a hard stick that they poke to the back of ur throat. Points down to take pics etc.

- Flexible goes up ur nose and down the nasopharynx. Nice bc doc doesn't have to pull out ur tongue and u can speak and sing normally

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Laryngologist vs ENT, why they're important

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- Laryngologist specializes in the larynx, ENT is more vague (Ear Nose Throat) and don't deal w singers as much

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What's up w a baseline laryngologist visit

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- should include interview/discussion of general medical history

- observations in mirror

- laryngoscopy (pics and videos taken, discussed after)

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Vocal fold issues that require u to see a doctor? What are the signs

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- increased effort

- loss of endurance

- loss of high notes

- breathiness

- day to day variability

- diplophonia

- hoarseness/raspiness

- lack of clarity or resonance

- unstable vibrato

- compensatory behaviors

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Causes of stage fright and how to fight it

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- generalized biological or psychological vulnerabilities to anxiety (could be from early experiences or environmental stimuli)

- accept and understand fears, have courage and dedication to overcome

- release physical tension

- commit to text and meaning of music

- have realistic expectations

- be generous

- eliminate excuses and self-destructive behavior

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What is CCM

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Contemporary Commercial Music

Anything but classical basically

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5 Elements of Good Vocal Hygiene

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- hydration

- eat well

- sleep/rest

- exercise

- avoid irritants

- avoid abuse

- limit caffeine and alcohol

- quell emotional stress

- remediate allergies, asthma, acid reflux

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Q:

5 Causes of Vocal Abuse

A:

- speaking/singing too high/low

- strange noises/impressions lol

- too many hours singing/talking

- singing while hoarse

- overuse of glottal onsets

- speaking/singing w pressed sound

- yelling/screaming/shouting

- hyperfunctional breath/support/phonation

- smoking/drinking/drugs

- dehydration

Q:

Vocal edema- what is it? cause?

A:

- buiildup of fluid in lamina propria (unilateral or bilateral)

- results from misuse, infection, inflammation, or as reaction to drugs/allergies

Q:

Vocal fold hemorrhage: what is it? what causes it?

A:

- rupture of one or more blood vessels

- generally caused by trauma

Q:

Polyp? What is it? What causes it?

A:

I think she means nodules, bc internet says polyps are the same as edemas.

- nodules may form when edemas go unchecked and continue to impact during phonation

- becomes bilateral callous

Q:

Teacher's role in remediation of pathological voice

A:

Limited! Illegal to provide therapy without being licensed by ASHA. Send them to laryngologist, SLP, or SVS.

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Q:

Rigid vs. Flexible Laryngoscope?

A:

- rigid works like a periscope. It's a hard stick that they poke to the back of ur throat. Points down to take pics etc.

- Flexible goes up ur nose and down the nasopharynx. Nice bc doc doesn't have to pull out ur tongue and u can speak and sing normally

Q:

Laryngologist vs ENT, why they're important

A:

- Laryngologist specializes in the larynx, ENT is more vague (Ear Nose Throat) and don't deal w singers as much

Q:

What's up w a baseline laryngologist visit

A:

- should include interview/discussion of general medical history

- observations in mirror

- laryngoscopy (pics and videos taken, discussed after)

Q:

Vocal fold issues that require u to see a doctor? What are the signs

A:

- increased effort

- loss of endurance

- loss of high notes

- breathiness

- day to day variability

- diplophonia

- hoarseness/raspiness

- lack of clarity or resonance

- unstable vibrato

- compensatory behaviors

Q:

Causes of stage fright and how to fight it

A:

- generalized biological or psychological vulnerabilities to anxiety (could be from early experiences or environmental stimuli)

- accept and understand fears, have courage and dedication to overcome

- release physical tension

- commit to text and meaning of music

- have realistic expectations

- be generous

- eliminate excuses and self-destructive behavior

Q:

What is CCM

A:

Contemporary Commercial Music

Anything but classical basically

Q:

5 Elements of Good Vocal Hygiene

A:

- hydration

- eat well

- sleep/rest

- exercise

- avoid irritants

- avoid abuse

- limit caffeine and alcohol

- quell emotional stress

- remediate allergies, asthma, acid reflux

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