Aids Against Extremely Cold - Colds, Flu bugs, Runny Noses and More!

If you are very sick or have a fever then you probably need to cancel your singing event. If you only have a common cold, runny nose, or minor sore throat, there are ways to help your voice and combat these problems. With a runny nose, use nasal spray before singing to clear out any extra mucous.

With a sore throat, use honey and lemon mixtures to help soothe your throat before performing. If possible, take the mixture with you to the event and take a break to use the solution half way through the performance when singing multiple songs. In case of an emergency, find some soothing cough drops with honey and lemon. If your throat is severely sore and it hurts to swallow, try postponing your singing event until it feels better.

With a stuffy nose, use a humidifier the night before near your bed. There are also medicines to help clear the nasal passages such as Vicks (TM) vapor rub.

These tips about singing and the weather will do one of two things. It will either reinforce what you may already know about singing and the weather or it will teach you some new voice tricks. Both are good for your singing voice.

Source : http://www.largemart.com/singing/singing-blues-bad-weather.htm