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robmandu's avatar

How to recover a lost voice?

Asked by robmandu (21242points) April 22nd, 2008

Had to talk all day today. And will have to again tomorrow. Right now, I sound like Barry White ate a frog. What do you recommend to restore my voice back to its previous dulcet tone glory?

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judochop's avatar

decaf tea and honey and rest

robmandu's avatar

tea makes me nauseous. (wish I liked tea, dangit!)

maybe I’ll just eat the honey…

judochop's avatar

honey and hot water

0o_Niques_o0's avatar

^ honey is a good suggestion… never tried it myself but i heard that honey and lemon juice helps

rowenaz's avatar

Polish Remedy: VODKA, butter, and honey (all warmed up, of course)!

kapuerajam's avatar

drink iced coffee and have a cough drop

judochop's avatar

cold drinks and caffine are a bad idea.

richardhenry's avatar

Cough drops aren’t what you need for a ‘talked out’ throat. Warm drinks and honey. Good stuff.

LauratheRockStar's avatar

A really good short term remedy is to gargle warm apple cider vinegar and water. That’ll make your voice sound like normal for about a half hour. That’s what I use when I record and I have no voice at all. Works like magic!

robmandu's avatar

would you believe I have some apple cider vinegar that’s Organic, Raw, Unfiltered, with the ‘Mother’… but it’s at home.

And I’m not.

nocountry2's avatar

Sip on hot water with lots of honey and lemon – honey was recently proven to be more effective than cough syrup at alleviating children’s symptoms

robmandu's avatar

And just b/c it’s worth saying, no honey for widdle kids under 1 y.o.

Thx all!

Antoinette8's avatar

of course honey is the best remedy

laurisle's avatar

warm drinks, extra creamy and or sugary, and dont talk until you have to.

ItsAHabit's avatar

Whiskey, lemon juice and honey is a traditional home remedy.

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