Premenstrual Syndrome and its Effects on Laryngeal Functionality: An Approach for Singers and Pedagogues

by Erin Oberlander
An exploration of Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) and Premenstrual Voice Syndrome (PMVS) that details the ways in which singers may be physically and emotionally affected. Based on a number of medical studies of the phenomenon, the author provides strategies for students and teachers to address this highly personal subject sensitively and effectively. [pp. 27-34]

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Though this content and references are covered in other articles, implications for the voice teacher are more fully approached in this article.
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