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Can Doing a Lot of Drugs Effect My Singing Abilities?

Question by Penny C: can doing a lot of drugs effect my singing abilities?
I’ve been into the whole ‘drug scene’ for a while now and have noticed my lack of motivation, and also my voice has weakened. I can’t hit certain pitches like I used to. Though, I really haven’t been stretching my voice either. I rarely practice any more. My question is: If I quit the drugs (or keep them as a rarity) and practice singing more will my voice strengthen?

Best answer:

Answer by Kira Chan
I think u should drop drugs period,
No drugs at all.
Itll keep u alive,perhaps help the voice.

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