Term Category: Anatomy

Presbyphonia refers to the age-related changes in the voice that occur as individuals grow older. It can affect a vocalist's ability to maintain the vocal quality and range they had in their younger years. These changes can include reduced vocal flexibility, decreased vocal endurance, and alterations in pitch and timbre. Singers experiencing presbyphonia often need to adjust their vocal techniques and practice regular vocal exercises to mitigate the impact of aging on their singing abilities.

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