Learn to breathe using your diaphragm.

Learn to breathe using your diaphragm.1-Diaphragm

There are several ways to maintain your voice in great condition and breathing using the diaphragm is one of them.

Learn to breathe using your diaphragm.

Breathing using the thoracic diaphragm is one of the ways to greatly improve your voice because it cleans your blood by getting more oxygen and removing the carbon dioxide in the alveoli of the lungs which is called as gas exchange. There are numerous side effects of shallow chest breathing, also called as clavicular breathing, lobar breathing. With shallow chest breathing you won’t be able to hold your breath long as with diaphragmatic breathing. With chest breathing your shoulders go up, chest becomes larger and tenser. The neck and the head also get stiffer and tenser and breathing sounds get louder and noisier.

Learn to breathe using your diaphragm.2-Singer on a white stage

By using the thoracic diaphragm the breathing becomes easier and quieter and you’ll feel more relaxed and calmer. This can improve your performance on a stage making you feel more centered and comfortable in front of crowds. Deep diaphragmatic breathing relaxes the airway of larynx and nasal passages with making you breathe easy &and natural. It also prevents your throat from tightening up and other vocal injuries.

Next time when you sing on a stage or sing for others, put one hand on your belly where the diaphragm is, and you'll notice you feel more relaxed & calmer including your larynx in the throat!

In the next article you'll be learning '11 benefits of Diaphragmatic Breathing'! :)

Learn to breathe using your diaphragm.

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