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Even professional singers who appear to have naturally lovely voices must put in a lot of effort and practice frequently to keep their skills sharp. You can improve as a singer by using a variety of methods and tools, including taking expert instruction, working out your body and voice, and just adopting the right breathing and postural habits. To get the finest sound, most singing instructors advise standing rather than sitting. Sitting causes your muscles to constrict and can make it difficult for you to breathe properly. Maintain a straight line between your shoulders and your head. Think of your spine as a line that passes through the top of your head. Let your jaw to droop while maintaining a relaxed tongue position in the front of your mouth. Let your shoulders drop. As if you were going to yawn, raise the roof of your mouth in the back. More air can enter the lungs as a result of the neck becoming more open. While you are standing properly and you notice yourself tensing up, try moving so that your head, shoulders, and back are resting against a wall. Becoming a better vocalist requires learning good breathing techniques. Before singing a line, be careful to take a deep breath to ensure that you have enough oxygen to fully enunciate each word. Inhale through your belly rather than your chest. Your voice will sound better as a result, and you will have more control over it. Put your hand on your stomach and try to push it out as you inhale to make sure you are breathing properly. Spend a few minutes every day practicing belly breathing. Either lying down or standing up is OK for this. Once more, make sure your tummy is rising with each deep breath.