How to Sing Without Straining: Start with Silent Inhalation

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How to Sing Without Straining? Start with silent inhalation!

Silent inhalation is the only way to breathe and sing efficiently without creating extra movements and tension. In this video, I am going to explain how to stop straining while singing and how to sing without strain.

It all starts even before you sing. It starts with inhalation. Naturally, you want to know how to sing without tension and how to sing without straining your voice because strain and tension can lead to voice damage in the long run. This video will shed some light on the inhalation phase of your breathing.

Find out if you are breathing silently or audibly and how to avoid straining when singing. If you inhale with tension, you are most likely going to sing with tension. So, the answer to how to sing without tension in throat starts with inhalation. More specifically silent inhalation.

Watch this video and learn how to avoid vocal strain right from the first breath you take and how to sing without straining your throat. Once you know that you are creating tension even before you start singing, you can start changing this bad habit and you will be able to stop straining while singing.

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16 thoughts on “How to Sing Without Straining: Start with Silent Inhalation

  1. Katarina H. says:

    Thank you for checking out my video. What do you think about audible inhalations? Are they distracting? Let me know in the comments below.

  2. James Schultz, Ph.D. says:

    I’ve always wondered this…how great singers make it look so effortless, when it’s a lot of work to sing. I guess it’s no different than anything else.

    1. Katarina H. says:

      Yes, it is a lot of work. Not hard work but more doing the right thing, which may take some time for singers to discover. The process is a lot of fun though. Thanks for stopping by!

  3. PrayerLights says:

    very interesting. I know I was taught in high school and college not to inhale audibly but not sure if I still do that. Ill definitely pay attention now.

    1. Katarina H. says:

      Being aware is the first step! And great to hear that you actually learned this in school!

  4. Kay's Kreations says:

    Great video !!! Kay has been playing piano now for 3 years and is just now wanting to learn to sing. Glad to see your videos.👍😊

  5. Professor Heather Austin says:

    Katarina, I loved these tips about how to sing without straining. Staring with silent inhalation. This is so good.

  6. Yoga with Christina Joy says:

    great video on how to use your silent inhalation to sing without strain! :))

    1. Katarina H. says:

      Thank you for checking out my video.

  7. Heather Gerhardt says:

    This is so helpful. I just had an ENT exam and have small nodules. Gotta learn how to sing better!

    1. Katarina H. says:

      Oh! That is not good. I bet you wanted to hear something else. But the good news is that it is all fixable!

  8. Pauline Newman says:

    Thank goodness I am not guilty of it but I do need more practice breathing. Thank you for this helpful video.

  9. Heather Terveen says:

    Katarina – I had no idea all the different breathing factors involved with singing. Great insights into how to avoid straining! Thanks for sharing!

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