LDP and a high-pitched voice

If you can not let out a high register voice even though you have flexibility around your throat, then your cricothyroid articulation might be not able to move properly…
People who have stiff muscles around their throat due to (Larynx Deep Position) LDP, commonly have problems with the movement of their larynx and difficulty letting out a high register voice. This is because the vocal cords’ muscles contract.
If you have this problem for a long time then the joints are extremely stiff and cannot move well, even after taking voice care treatment.
Therefore, even if you seek and take treatment fix your LDP, you still have to wait for 3 – 6 months prior to the treatments until you can get a beautiful high register voice.
People usually accept and notice more when someone compliments or tells them that their voice has improved, rather than realizing by on their own.
Vocalization is based on the shape of larynx and muscles relevant to vocalizing. An echoing sound is made in the resonance chamber and the pharyngeal cavity.
Flexibility and soft tissues are also necessary for moving these muscles well. My research and intentions revolve around the fact I would like you to use your larynx and breathing to your best ability and let out an attractive voice.

Note:People who have LDP, have a really thin cricothyroid muscle, mainly because they don’t use it often. Conversely, people who are good at making a high register voice have a really thick cricothyroid muscle.