What would a game be like without enthusiastic fans? So it's not surprising that many of these fanatics can lose their voices after a rousing sporting event but now doctors are finding they could be seriously injuring their vocal cords in the process.
How do you know if you've damaged your vocal cords?
Y ou'll start to hear your voice crack a bit or get a little bit raspy, and that should be your clue that something is wrong here.
W hat can you do to save them?
P hysicians recommend you keep quiet. Give the cords a rest.
D rink water to keep the cords moist , and i f you must cheer warm up your cords before the game.
D octors recommend once you warm up, yell with one blast, not with a lot of words