We've said it before, but it bears repeating: You have to treat your voice like a fine instrument. The sooner you start to include vocal warm ups to your work flow, the better and longer the maintenance of your vocal quality will be.
The following article has plenty of great tried and true exercises to warm up your entire vocal apparatus. While these exercises were designed to help singers, they also do wonders for your speaking voice. Try them out for yourself to see which ones work best for you.
P.S.: for more in-depth study about maintaining vocal health and expanding your vocal range, check out our Vocal Empowerment courses, including Your Voice as an Instrument with Desiree Goyette later this month!
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