A lot of scientific works have been written about mutational voice changes in boys, although this phenomenon is quite common. A change in the timbre of the voice occurs during the growth of the vocal apparatus. The larynx initially significantly increases in size, while the thyroid cartilage leans forward. The vocal folds lengthen, and the larynx lowers. In this regard, an anatomical change in the organs of voice formation occurs. If we talk about voice mutations in boys, then unlike girls, everything goes more pronounced for them. MECHANISM OF BREAKING VOICES IN BOYS As mentioned earlier, voice changes occur through an increase in the larynx during growth.
However, in the puberty period, the larynx in young men increases by 70%, unlike girls, the voice tube, which only doubles. The process of breaking voice in boys includes three main stages: The pre-mutation period. This stage is manifested as the preparation of the body for the restructuring of the vocal apparatus. If we talk about a spoken voice, then there may be a breakdown of the voice, hoarseness, cough, an unpleasant “tickle”. The singing voice is more informative in this case: voice breakdowns when taking extreme notes of a young man’s range, discomfort in the larynx during vocal lessons, “dirty” intonation, and loss of voice also occurs. At the very first calls, it is worth stopping classes, since this period requires a rest of the voice apparatus. Mutation. This stage is characterized by laryngeal edema, as well as excessive or insufficient secretion of mucus. Continue reading