Warming up your voice before singing is vital, and there are various exercises available for singers of all ages, vocal ranges, and experience levels. Always begin slowly and warm up your facial muscles before working out. The muscles in your lips and jaw can be relaxed by blowing through your lips, sticking out your tongue as far as it will go, stroking your face, and sighing softly. Don’t be afraid to make noise as you warm up. Allow the range of your voice to change. Then begin to hum or maybe give a few light lip rolls or tongue trills. Wait until you feel that your face, mouth, and voice are becoming more relaxed before singing actual notes. After your lesson, performance, or audition, take some time to unwind. Although lists of vocal-health advice usually omit cooling down, vocalists can maintain voice health with this relatively simple strategy. Sigh with a low-pitched sound. In order to release any tension that has been developing, yawn. Roll your lips lightly as you gently lower your voice once more. Allow five to ten minutes for your voice to recover its normal speaking range. If you’re unsure of what to drink to improve your singing, water is the obvious answer. Water is the finest libation for your singing voice, followed by herbal teas (but not too hot). Have a bottle of water available for classes and practices, and drink water all day long. Don’t think that drinking a few sips of water while you’re warming up will be sufficient either. To keep your voice folds well-lubricated and to enhance their effectiveness, keep your entire body moisturized.