What causes someone to lose their voice?
Developing laryngitis is the main reason why someone loses their voice. Several factors contribute to this condition. Having a cold or dealing with allergies can make a person lose their voice. In addition, yelling or shouting can temporarily damage the vocal chords and cause laryngitis.
a few causes can lose voice or effect voice while singing :- 1. psychological factors such as excitement, shyness or fear of something will go wrong with throat, can practically cause voice problems. 2. Singing in high pitch, or keeping saliva in mouth and inhaling it while singing can arrest the throat causing voice problem. Riz firstname.lastname@example.org
If you can sing but you don't sing that often and is shy to sing in front of people would you lose your singing voice?
scream very loud and shrilly (high-pitch) and do it for a long time. Yes, you can lose your voice permanently if you continue doing this. Another way to lose your voice is to not talk too anyone for years. Also don't talk to yourself. Not anybody. Not even in your mind. no where. This can make it hard to remember your words.
Speaking causes the air to vibrate. Your (or someone else's) ear 'translates' those vibrations into words again. So as long as there is any way for the air vibrations to travel to the other room, the other person can hear you. The vibration waves diminish over distance; that's why your voice over distance gets less audible.
No. I do not believe it is possible for someone's voice to "brake" (nor "break"). He would lose his voice. But no, he did not. Yes al boys voice breaks and they go lower. And you don't lose your voice. Like how old are you 8 years old coz if your 14 and at school you'd hear all the boys voice breaking. That's to the other person that answered the question ^