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Your vocal health isn’t just about being able to communicate – it’s also about being able to function as you want in your home, work, school or community.

Changes in your voice, such as hoarseness or breathiness, can result from vocal strain, vocal nodules, polyps or even cancer. In addition, vocal cord dysfunction or shortness of breath can be caused by overbreathing, mouth breathing, asthma, allergies, anxiety and other health problems.

Dysfunctional breathing patterns may cause a significant loss of carbon dioxide in the body, which can result in constricted muscles and a lack of oxygen traveling to the brain and other major organs.