Learn doing a presentation with a cold
Sometimes we have an important presentation or speech, but we don’t have a soft voice, or we caught a cold. In this article, you learn doing a presentation with a cold can be easy.
What not to do when you sneeze and have a runny nose and a crackling sound?
Do not drink caffeine. Coffee is harmful to your sore throat and voice.
What to do?
1- Warm up your voice
There are some practices to warm up your voice. So remember to do so the day or some hours before you start your presentation.
After warming up your voice, there are some ways to make you feel better, which you can easily use if they are convenient. Such as:
2- Eat foods with vitamin C
Lemon has vitamin C. it’s a good idea to eat vitamin C the night before starting the presentation. You can even eat lemon some hours before then. Another fruit is orange, which is full of vitamin C and will be helpful. If you don’t have access to these fruits, you can use vitamin C pills which you can mix with water or eat the chewing kind.
3- Use Rutarin powder
It’s an herbaceous powder that has an organic medical use. You can mix it with water and drink every half an hour. It can warm up your voice quickly.
4- Vicks inhaler
A Vicks inhaler can open up your nasal canal, so you breathe easily and don’t suffer from a runny nose.
As you can see, having some simple stuff with you is going to decrease the disadvantages of catching a cold when you have a presentation and teach you ways of doing a presentation with a cold.