Is vocal fry bad for your voice? Does it hurt your chances of getting a job?
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What is ‘vocal fry,’ and is it harmful to your voice?
“Vocal fry is a type of vocalization characterized by a low, creaky voice. Ramon Franco, director of laryngology at Massachusetts Eye and Ear, explains that when you speak, air pushing upward from your lungs causes the vocal folds — two folds of tissue on either side of the voice box — to draw together and quickly slap back and forth.”
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