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My throat is not co-operating to sing without any reason

doctor , As im suffering from throat problem for the past 2 months im unable to sing. Basically im an orcherstra singer. I dont find pain, cough, infalamation or irritation. But my throat is not co-operating to sing Kindly help me and given some remedies to overcome this problem Rajalakshmi 98412 84499
Asked On : Mon, 10 Jan 2011
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welcome to healtcare magic
sometimes extra riyaz can cause stress on vocal cords and also damage to them your case you should take care for the vat and kaf dosha in your body as them have thier dominace in this place .
try folowing
. omkara jap in mild tone
. yashtimadhu (glyyceriza glabra) warm deotion gargles twice a day for 15 days
.if possible maun(being silent) sa much time possible
some other medicine or dit regime may be needed after assessing your body pattern
feel free to mail
Answered: Mon, 10 Jan 2011
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