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Laryngeal aging

Laryngeal aging

The human larynx undergoes morphological changes as we age and these changes affect both the mucosa, muscles and cartilage, resulting in acoustic perceptive vocal changes and reduced vocal ability. The effects of aging appear to be individual and depend on training and/or use of the voice.

In the literature it has been seen that especially above the age of 45 cervical problems such as reduction of mobility, pain, degeneration of osteo-cartilaginous structures, have an important impact on voice and vestibular processing. Some studies have found that the relationship between voice and neck symptoms is important in people over 50.

An Osteopath can help you go through this phase of life with better integration of systems and fewer symptoms.


Valentina Carlile - Osteopath expert in Osteopathy applied to voice and speech disorders since 2002. For information and reservations visit the page Contacts

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