Parenting - Teens | 10-15 yrs

Your Son's Changing Voice



Your Child's Changing Voice

It's the larynx (or voice box) that's causing all that noise. As the body goes through puberty, the larynx grows larger and thicker. It happens in both boys and girls, but the change is more evident in boys. Girls' voices only deepen by a couple o...

When Will My Son's Voice Begin To Change?

Voice change is a normal stage of puberty for boys , but it can be a bit of a mystery when it happens. The reason your son's voice occasionally cracks or sounds squeaky is due to the growth of the voice box, or larynx.

Voice Changes During Puberty

During puberty, the larynx (the "voice box") gets larger and the vocal cords get longer and thicker - all thanks to testosterone. It's air passing over these bigger vocal cords that make a voice - and make a voice deeper. Girls also experience a d...

How Parents Can Help

It's one of the embarrassing signs of puberty in boys. Why exactly is it happening? And how can parents help their teen kids cope? Read on...

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