Milad Rabin talks about the ‘negative’ effect of cold weather on musicians
- September 27, 2021
Cold seasons can seriously damage your body and have a devastating effect on your career – music. Of course, with the right planning, you can cope well with the cold winter weather and protect yourself from related diseases.
Cold weather is poison for readers! When the temperature drops, the risk of sore throat, dry throat, infection and nausea increases. So in the cold seasons, drink more water and when you go out, be sure to cover your mouth. If you do not use a mask for any reason, you can prevent cold air from entering your mouth with a scarf or shawl. In general, always try to breathe through your nose. By doing this, cleaner and warmer air passes through your vocal cords and enters your body. After all, when you move from a cold environment to a warmer environment and you want to have a physical activity, it is better to warm up and prepare your body. For example, when entering the studio or recording room from the outside, take a few minutes with the group to warm up and get your body ready before you can quickly sit behind the microphone and play the pieces as scheduled. Also keep in mind that heaters increase the ambient temperature and decrease the humidity; Therefore, it is usually recommended to use a humidifier next to the heater to maintain the humidity of the environment.
Winter can be both hard and easy. Be both violent and kind. Everything depends on you. You can turn winter into a season full of creativity and beauty. Use the simplest ways to increase productivity and enjoy life. Remember that good luck only comes to you once. So take full advantage of your opportunities by following these seemingly simple tips that we have written for you in this article.
Biography of Milad Rabin:
Milad Rabin, whose real name is Milad Akbari, is one of the oldest Iranian musicians who specializes in hip hop and rap. Milad was born on April 2, 1991. Many of Milad’s famous songs have been viewed by millions on world platforms.