How To Find Your Voice
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Electronically and in person, our voice represents us. And yet few people know how the voice develops and what can be done to alter it. Here, an accessible guide to understanding voice and improving its performance.
The authors, grounded in medical science, describe the ways in which, as we mature, our voices change along with the rest of our body. As we grow, our voices reflect our physical development. Children all start with the same voice tones. As a boy grows toward manhood, his voice deepens as his body changes. A girl's voice too changes as her body does. Additionally, throughout life, our activities, our postures, and even our diet, may all contribute to the qualities of our voice. Psychological factors, too including relationships between an individual and parents, or, later in life with partners, can play a decisive role in voice quality. .
The authors suggest some simple exercises, and include pictures and illustrations, that can help develop the voice in connection with the body. As a complement, the authors recommend custom-made pills that they found may help to improve voice quality: a natural treatment called . "nutripuncture." Nutripuncture is thought to work on a cellular level to alter the same currents in the body influenced by acupuncture.
Patrick Véret - Cristina Cuomo : Patrick Veret, a medical doctor, has additional degrees in nutrition, psychosomatic medicine and phonetics. He is a developer of nutripuncture.
Cristina Cuomo has a degree in psychophysiology and sports psychopathology.