When you're physically tired, your voice may feel tired too. All of our physical systems are interrelated, so it makes sense that low energy will produce a low energy voice.
If you use your voice for your profession; i.e. you're a teacher, salesperson, work on the phone etc., pay particular attention to how you feel physically.
When you're fatigued, make sure that you are breathing consciously and filling up with enough air to support your voice.
You'll also find that attention to your breath, and using low, slow and full breaths
will not only powerfully support your voice, but will energize you in the process!
From Beth Lawrence
If you're serious about singing then you've got to take care of your voice. Here are some healthy ways to do that!
Beth Lawrence, Award-winning singer, songwriter and author of "From Shower To Stage...7 Easy Steps for Singing Like A Pro!"