Addressing Vocal Strain: Treatment Recommendations for Dubbing Artists

Addressing Vocal Strain: Treatment Recommendations for Dubbing Artists
Published on, 15 April, 2024. Answered by Dr. Vidit Rohit Shah and Verified by Dr.Galen Team
Patient Question

Hello Doctor,


As a voice dubbing artist, I experienced severe throat pain after a recording session, and even drinking water didn't provide relief. What steps can I take to alleviate this discomfort?


Thank you for reaching out to Dr. Galen. Please find the below response to your query.


Musicians, singers, teachers, and other professionals often experience throat pain due to vocal straining, which is common in your line of work. To alleviate discomfort, give your voice rest and vocalize in a low tone after working hours. Stay hydrated, avoid spicy and oily foods, as well as tea and coffee. Opt for warm beverages instead of cold ones. Steam inhalation thrice a week can also provide relief. For treatment, consider Tab Zerodol SP or Vetory SP twice a day for 3 days after meals, Tab Levosiz M or Levocet M once at night for 10 days after dinner, and Cap Pepcia-D twice a day for 15 days before meals.



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