For vocalists, we occasionally reach a point when we are physically unable to produce sound. The reasons can vary such as: upper respiratory infections, GERD or acid reflux, vocal misuse, and vocal hemorrhage*. Attempting to sing with vocal loss can be dangerous and exacerbate damage to the vocal cords. Recovery time can take days to weeks, depending on the severity of the issue.
My recovery range after vocal loss is usually between 1-2 weeks. It doesn’t occur often, but when it does, it always is at an…Read more