Naked Scientist explains why your voice get shaky when you grow older
Have you ever wondered why your voice gets slower and shaky when you get older?
Could be the effects of old age or there is some scientific explanation?
Well, Dr Chris Smith popularly known as the Naked Scientist says as you age, all other parts of your body also age including your vocal cords.
Not everything improves with age.Dr Chris Smith, Naked Scientist
As we get older, we all become a bit saggier, a bit more wrinkly and a bit shakier. As you get older you may find that the muscles you use to control your vocal cords weaken a bit. The nerve supply to them weakens a bit so they are not as easily controllable as they once were.Dr Chris Smith, Naked Scientist
As you age, you might spend less talking.Dr Chris Smith, Naked Scientist
The Naked Scientist also answered various questions from dark matter to why the earth is named the earth...
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