In this interview, I want to offer you ten tips that you can use to keep your voice healthy in the cold season and various diseases, and do not let your concerts and performances be canceled. I hope this method helps you to keep your voice healthy throughout the year and never lose its quality. A healthy voice is the most important element for a singer. 1- Moisturizing: The doctor told me that if people drank enough water every day (at least 8 glasses), probably no one would come to his office anymore for voice problems. I think this sentence in itself conveys the whole point. You should always keep your voice moist to stay healthy. Dryness of the voice can cause a sore throat, loss of voice, loss of sound range and various other problems. 2- Sound care and hygiene: Your acoustic instrument needs care! Using warm salt water and spooling it, using massage for vocal cords is one of the best ways to take care of the sound during a performance or workout. 3- Warming the sound: If you want to have a healthy voice, you should always warm up before exercising. There are great exercises to warm up and let go of the sound, which you can use to warm up your voice well and prevent many sound problems. 4- Cooling the sound after the performance: Cooling the sound is one of the biggest secrets in the industry that allows many singers to keep their voices healthy. Sometimes very bad inflammations are caused by heavy performance in the voice, and these cooling exercises on a regular basis after the performance, will keep your voice healthy and will not be eroded. 5- Sound care outside of performance tours: In order to have a strong and healthy voice, you should always practice your voice when you can. You need to use strong training systems to increase the power and strength of your voice. These exercises can help you improve your singing techniques. 6- Suitable diet for sound: Your food has a huge impact on your voice and there are certain foods that you should not use during the performance or recording because they have a very bad effect on your voice. I recommend you avoid these foods: fried foods, acidic foods such as sugar and dairy, vinegar, orange juice, tomato sauce, spices and chocolate, which causes gastric reflux. You should try to use fresh salads, vegetables and high-fiber foods that keep your body hydrated and oxygenated and also low in protein – you can use soy, whole grains and nuts (fish and Chicken is not bad either, but it is known as an acidic food, so it is better to use it infrequently). 7- Ready to run: Sound stability is one of the most important issues in the field of performance. Ready to play helps your voice to be at its best. Acoustic techniques, proper diet and sound moisturizing, warming up properly will pave the way for your success. 8- Save the sound: There are times in the life of all singers when their voices no longer offer their capacity. When your voice is abnormally tired, eroded, or unable to play the notes properly – this is when you need to save your voice. This usually requires a visit to a doctor (ENT) to be able to fix the problems in your vocal cords and provide you with an accurate treatment plan. Burnout and loss of high notes are usually the first signs of problems and inflammation in the voice, and of course other problems may have caused these symptoms. Sometimes gastroesophageal reflux alone can cause serious problems with your voice. 9- Supplements for readers: Singers, like athletes, need special nutritional supplements to perform at their best. These supplements are one of the best ways to ensure you get the nutrients you need. During various runs and tours, I recommend that you use daily B12 pills for more energy. Running causes B vitamins to burn in your body very quickly. As a result, I suggest that you use a B-complex vitamin. You can get all kinds of these nutritional supplements at pharmacies. There are also medications and supplements that prevent inflammation of the voice. 10- Natural treatments for readers There are various natural remedies that can help you solve many of your problems. For example, you can spin natural anti-inflammatory ingredients to eliminate phlegm in your throat; Or you can take 2 drops of eucalyptus eight minutes before the performance to keep your voice moist.