Voice fatigue syndrome

A clinical scenario that, when seen, almost always accompanies the [intlink id=”671″ type=”post”]vocal under doer syndrome[/intlink]. 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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