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Vocal cord paralysis, for a patient, can be uncomfortable. Patient’s who experience this may have difficulty projecting their voice, vocal cord fatigue, and hoarseness.
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There is a growing consensus that there are many causes that influence stuttering. The currently accepted theory is that stuttering is related to both genetic and environmental influences.
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If you are one of the many people who rely on their voice for their occupation, learning how to ease the tension in your vocal cords can be very helpful and relaxing.