Have you ever discovered that when you open your mouth to speak, the result is a voice that shakes or trembles? We often attribute the trembling voice to the elderly; however, a shaky voice can also be found in young people. It can be caused by nervousness or simply be a symptom of your voice when speaking. The good news is that you can remove the quiver quickly and effectively.

A tremor in the voice is the result of undue stress on the vocal cords (vocal cords). However, by changing the location of your voice, you will stop this irritating problem. While there are 5 resonators responsible for the sonic sound, most people rely heavily on their throat (pharynx) and the larynx (larynx) does most of the work. Age, nervousness, or simply talking continuously can strain the vocal cords and cause a shaky quality.

However, if you can change the location of your voice, you will immediately notice a difference in this regard. Changing the location of your voice means using your fifth resonator, the largest of the five, to enhance and amplify the speaking voice. (The other 2 resonators are the oral cavity and the nasal passages).

Good voice quality depends on the use of all 5 resonators. If you speak excessively nasally, for example, you are pushing your voice through your nasal cavities; if you push hard with your throat when you speak, you will notice a guttural sound. However, when you allow your chest cavity to do more work speaking, you will discover a richer, warmer and deeper voice that will not shake.

Because most people do not use their chest cavity in this way, most people have higher pitched, finer quality voices, possibly nasal, weak, weak, shrill, shrill, too soft or too loud . Actually, the list of features is much longer than that, but suffice it to say that the voice driven by the thoracic cavity does not have any of those features because the sound quality becomes warm and resonant, something that is not possible when you are using only your other 4 resonators.

You can get rid of the quiver or booming voice, even if it’s only noticeable when you’re nervous. Change the location and not only will you end up with the shakes, but you will discover a more mature and authoritative sound in the process.

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