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Armin Arad Shares His Challenges in The Path of Becoming a Professional Singer

One of the many challenges every singer confronts in his life is food restrictions.

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One of the many challenges every singer confronts in his life is food restrictions. As a singer, you can’t eat spicy foods or any kind of food with too much spice in it. Also, some fruits can affect your vocal cords, like grapes or melons. No matter how much you like these foods, they are forbidden for you because they can change your vocal cords and misshape your voice. You should quit drinking cold water or it will cause unreturnable damage to the larynx. Excess in alcoholic drinks can cause trouble in this career.

Like any other part of the human body, the vocal cords need to rest every day. Sleeping is a time during the day that vocal cords regain their power. So, lack of sleep causes a lack of energy to breathe properly which causes strain to sing and you come up with hoarseness. So set a bedtime routine to sleep enough and on time if you want a healthy vocal tract.

To protect your vocal tract don’t talk too much! Especially when you have a performance or you head to a recording studio. Talking too much and straining to sing could make your voice tired.

Lung and oral health are very crucial for a singer. Smoking irritates the larynx and ignoring your dental problems can affect the way your voice is heard. A healthy lifestyle helps your career. Exercising regularly and being in shape, leads to better breathing, thus better singing! When you choose singing as your goal profession, you should be updated in the music industry. Professionally playing an instrument is not enough, you suppose to know music theory.

Have a healthy lifestyle doesn’t restrict to body care. Your mental health is of more importance. As an artist, a singer is better not befriended toxic people. Remove those from your life and you’ll see how this soothes your nerves! At last, you might do all the hard work to be a good singer but you don’t get what you’ve paid for! That’s why patience is an inseparable part of becoming a singer. Every three years on average, your vocal tract is renewed. So, if you don’t achieve what you were aiming for, consider that it is just a matter of time.

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