Traditional voice therapy consists of two primary avenues: vocal hygiene and voice therapy. Vocal hygiene is a daily regimen to achieve and maintain a healthy voice. Vocal hygiene includes maintaining adequate hydration, at least six to eight glasses of water per day, minimizing exposure to noxious chemicals, no smoking of cigarettes or anything, and avoiding excessive shouting, screaming, or other loud voice use. Voice therapy is a behavioral intervention technique that makes use of vocal exercises, speaker awareness and proper postures, and alignment when using the voice.
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