Honey as The Voice Artist’s Dirty Secret

Honey as The Voice Artist’s Dirty Secret

Honey is a sweet, thick liquid made by honeybees. In Africa, so much importance is attached to honey, it is used at naming ceremonies, weddings, birthdays and so many other wonderful occasions to depict how sweet and beautiful the lives of the celebrants will be.

In as much as it is used to represent so much sweetness, it is also very medicinal as it is rich in antioxidants and has antibacterial properties which help fight bacterial infections in the throat. It soothes your throat, taking away pressure from your vocal cords allowing them to recover.

Honey is a natural superfood, but it’s also a form of medicine. Since the Ancient times of Africans, honey hailed as a natural aid to good health and longevity, it was used in curing different ailments.

It helps boost his Vocal cords as it contains Hydrogen Peroxide and Sugar which helps reduce the growth of bacteria in the throat when you are suffering from a Cold or Virus.

Just as the Strength of a Car is its Engine, the Strength of a Voiceover Artist is in his voice, the car needs the Engine oil to keep the Engine functioning, the voice also needs oil to keep fueling it to function properly. Honey is like the Engine oil the voice needs to do better as it always prevents unnecessary pressure on the Vocal cords.

Honey is so amazing as it can help you recover faster from a strained, sore, or lost voice. And note, it’s not only a remedy but can be used to prevent vocal problems. Honey’s thick, smooth, consistent coats lubricate the throat, providing relief to the vocal cords and voice after a strenuous performance.

Honey will coat your throat, make your voice Sound Smoother. It improves the roughness of your voice especially when you record, your voice comes out just the way you will love to sound. Honey is a thick, sweet liquid that contains antioxidants. These include Organic Acids and Phenolic Compounds like Flavonoids.

Antioxidants have been linked to reducing the risk of heart attack, strokes and some types of cancer. They may also promote eye health. As a Voiceover Artist, your cholesterol intake shouldn’t be too much, it doesn’t help improve your voice. Apart from that, there is a high risk of heart attack, so you stand a lot of benefits using honey as a Voice Artist. You don’t want to have a heart attack during a voiceover recording you know!

Honey can be used in lots of ways to soothe your Voice.

  • You can boil some water and allow it to cool slightly. Boil 1-2 teaspoon of honey and drink it while warm.
  • You can have some Ginger tea Sweetened with honey. Add a teaspoon of honey to a cup of warm water and gargle with it to soothe your throat.
  • Gargling with Honey. Add a teaspoon of honey to a cup of warm water and gargle with it to soothe your throat. You can drink the honey water afterwards for the double healing power 
  • Honey and lemon tea will also not be a bad combination. Add lemon and honey to warm water to create your anti-oxidizing tea with the benefits of both honey and lemon.

Doing all this, you are about to be the best Voice Over Artist in town. Taking care of your Voice as a voiceover artist should be paramount to you than anything else. It’s imperative because you can’t afford your voice to break down for any reason.

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