Mental permissions have a distinct impact on the vocal range you produce. The voice is a peculiar thing - our sense of identity is tied up in it. How do we expand our sense of what is possible? Releasing tension is a process of vocal training, often, but integration is a function of working with your mind.
Let's think about this: as a child, you could flatten a restaurant with one big howl. It took very little effort. As an adult, it takes BIG effort to project your voice so freely, and yet your muscles are technically stronger. What gets in the way of the voice being powerful and effortless as we age?
People having a hard time hearing a speaker even when they are using a microphone. Differentiating between projection, power, and volume.
Vocal Strain, how to solve it. Racing and speaking too quickly. Concerns for public speakers who are straining their voices repeatedly or who are hard to hear even with a microphone.
Men who shoot up rapidly ahead of their peers in their teens, often end up almost scaring themselves with their new, HUGE voice.
...Teddy Bears are often very kind people, who just really, didn't want to hurt their tiny little friends in their teens. The vocal habits of a Teddy Bear often include mumbling, being hard to hear, slurred speech, or timid speaking styles.
There is a way to embrace the full resonance of your voice, and your presence, and use your full height...