Voice fatigue syndrome

A clinical scenario that, when seen, almost always accompanies the vocal under doer syndrome. Typically such individuals report that with any significant amount of voice use, the voice seems effortful and tight; they may also complain of paralaryngeal discomfort. Most often seen in vocal under doers whose job requirements for voice use have increased due to a promotion to a management level.

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