There are quite a few people who usually ask this question: What should I eat to make my voice hoarse? Well, if you have a high-pitched, squeaky voice that you think is affecting the way you live your life, then maybe you should change it. And while your diet may not have much to do with it, you can always do some deep voice training techniques/exercises that will help you with that goal.
But since this article is about what you can eat to make your voice hoarse and deep, I’ll start by giving you some pointers on how to do it. If you want a deep, raspy voice, make sure to always drink water. You should eat foods that create mucus in your throat, such as milk or chocolate. Eating lots of beef can also help, as beef contains testosterone, which also contributes to voice quality.
There isn’t that much food you can eat to make your voice deep or hoarse. Nonetheless, there are effective low voice training exercises that you can use to change your vocal tone and make it really strong and harsh. Here are some of these exercises that you can try at home, but before you do them I would advise that you always give it time to work. Deep vocal training isn’t something you’ll see overnight, so be patient and hopefully your vocal tone will be good sooner or later.
1- First, a soft, deep baritone voice can be achieved by humming. I should have said A LOT of hum if you really want these exercises to work.
2- Another low voice exercise you could do is to croak (not sing) a very low pitch for a moment or two and then speak. Do this a few times a day and try to track your vocal improvements
3- It has also been proven that the muscle relaxant effects of large amounts of alcohol deepen the voice. This is not such a recommended tip for deep voice training, but people use it to get the tone and quality of voice they want.
4- To get a hoarse voice, you should also do regular neck exercises to strengthen your neck muscles.
As said above, there really is no effective diet that can give you a deep hoarse voice, but with the few tips above, you can lower your vocal tone and get the quality you’ve always wanted. There are many more deep voice training tips to try.
Thanks to Sean Harrod