Sound system is formed from lungs, respiratory tract, larynx, nose and mouth. When breathing, the air from the lungs (larynx) vibrates the voice wires in our throat to form the voice. Raw sound forms in the throat, nose and mouth cavities, creating the voice and tone that is unique to every human being. This original sound becomes a speech voice thanks to our oral organs (tongue, teeth, lips, palate, soft palate).
The throat is a tissue that contains voice tapes and vocalisations are often seen in problems related to the throat.
Reasons for aphonia:
There are various methods and stages about aphonia. The most common treatment for aphonia related to voice over use is “voice rest”. The other methods used are five steps in total.