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Re: spasmodic dysphonia

Posted by Noa on December 22, 1999, at 5:04:03

In reply to Re: spasmodic dysphonia, posted by Rick on December 21, 1999, at 23:19:06

Rick, that is an interesting thought--the vicious circle. I don't have dysphonia, but I know that in certain situations, like public speaking or performing, when I get anxious, my voice does start to shake. The thing is, once I NOTICE the shaking, that is when I get REALLY ANXIOUS, which, in turn, causes more shaking, etc. It would be an interesting research project to look at whether social phobia is more prevalent in people who have physiological symptoms such as shaky voice, or fair skin that blushes easily, etc.




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