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vapingdaily.com/support/musicians-tobacco-use

Heart disease, stroke, COPD, and lung cancer are all known effects of smoking cigarettes. These risks affect all musicians. Smoking in venues exposes musicians to the dangers of second-hand smoke. This is especially true for singers. Many do not consider how smoking may affect their voices. Cigarette smoke can cause ...

www.livestrong.com/article/260447-how-is-smoking-bad-for-singers

If you are serious about your singing, smoking is one of the worst things you can do. Besides the cosmetic effects and health risks, smoking ... Laryngitis and bronchitis are also a common side effect of smoking and decrease air flow from the throat and lungs, affecting the voice range. Cancer of the mouth and larynx are also ...

music.stackexchange.com/questions/12584/in-what-ways-can-smoking-damage-your-vocal-cords-and-have-irrevocable-effects-on

Nov 2, 2013 ... After years of singing, many singers, even those who do not smoke, suffer from permanent, tiny lesions or scar tissue that grow on the vocal cords. These are called vocal nodes, and they make the voice sound rough and weak. They also make singing or speaking painful, and at their worst, they may cause ...

visihow.com/Clear_Your_Singing_Voice_After_Smoking

Do you experience acid reflux/heartburn on a regular basis? This can cause the phlegm and irritation to your voice. Also, if you use cough drops in excess this can cause more phlegm from irritation to the throat. There is no way to clear ...

tobaccofreelife.org/resources/smoking-singing

Smoking is dangerous for everybody, regardless of your job, but singers are particularly at-risk because of the impacts smoking has on your singing voice. ... Not only does this mean you can't get as much airflow through your vocal folds as a smoker, it also decreases your stamina and ability to hold a note for a long period ...

visihow.com/Can_i_recover_my_singing_voice_after_smoking_continuously_for_3_years

I am a 20 year singer. Known for my high pitched voice and falsetto notes, I've toured in an International Rock band for 10 years. I have been a 20 year ... I still use snuff which is tobacco, not sure if that affects it. I do smoke ...

www.sharecare.com/health/impact-nicotine-addiction-on-body/how-smoking-impact-my-voice

Not only that, but the tar and other irritants in the smoke cause swelling and other reactions on the cover of the cords. Repeated, long-term smoking of course causes tissue changes in the voice, also known as dysplasia or cancer. The first sign of glottic cancer (throat cancer) is a hoarse voice, not pain or coughing up blood.

www.quora.com/Does-smoking-affect-our-voice

Yes!!! Cigarette smoke can cause irreversible damage to the lungs and vocal cords, both of which are needed to speak or sing. It effect for your voice or vocal box- “ The Vocal Cord”. Smokers do not consider how smoking may affect their voices. Many singers who smoke likes the fact that smoking allows their voices to retain ...

voicesoaring.com/blog/2015/5/20/voice-soaring-studios-jeff-alani-stanfill

May 20, 2015 ... SINGERS AND E-CIGARETTES. A question comes up frequently from some of my students and fellow singers about e-cigarettes or "vaping". The question is this: "Do you think smoking with an e-cigarette or vaping will harm my voice?" Since I'm not an ENT I decided to do a little research, and low and ...