Pros and Cons Part 20: Roller Coaster

Many people have opposing opinions about how a roller coaster can relate to and influence an individual’s vocalization.
I’ll scientifically and unilaterally explain this.
I have 22 categories that influence breathing and vocalization. Let’s try to figure out who is right.(20)

Part1:gargle
Part2:humidifier
Part3:aspirator
Part4:sports
Part5:alcohol
Part6:sex
Part7:bicycle
Part8:dance
Part9:gum
Part10:cigarettes
Part11:plane
Part12:boat
Part13:turtleneck
Part14:tie
Part15:yawning
Part16:humming
Part17:whispering
Part18:nap
Part19:pillow
Part20:roller coaster
Part21:karaoke
Part22:XXX

Part 20 is “Roller coaster”
My friend asked me, “I’ve heard that your voice gets better if you get on roller coaster. Is that true?”.
You usually see roller coasters in amusement parks.
Can you let out a high-pitch voice easily if you vocalize while riding a roller caster?
If I have to answer, I would say, “You can, but do not expect a big effect to your high pitched range.”
If it affects your high-pitch, these are the reasons why:
1.The gravity is reduced when the roller coaster swoops down.
2:The limbs are strained by fear or panic, and the larynx can ease up.

However, it is absolutely not normal or common to practice high pitched vocalizing on the roller coaster.
This might be not pros and cons, just cons. So, if you do shout on a roller coaster, you could get a dry throat or fine internal bleeding around the vocal cords. Please be careful!

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