The different types of LDP

LDP is the condition in which the ‘Larynx has moved and is in a deep position.’ LDP has become so common, as vocalization evolves most of the general population have this condition. The types of LDP can be characterized. There are four types.
General LDP is when the hyoid bone, the thyroid cartilage and the cricoid cartilage get in a deep position.I’ve investigated, and 92% of people have general LDP. However, there are two other types of LDP, each in which only one singular part gets in a deep position. I refer to the first singular type as, “Upper LDP.” With Upper LDP only the hyoid bone gets in a deepened position. The second singular type is “Middle LDP.” In which only the cricoid cartilage gets in a deepened position.
Additionally, there is a final type of LDP, which I have only seen within an older age group. I refer to this type as, “Pituitary LDP.” With this type of LDP the larynx gets in a deepened position and is accompanied by extreme muscle weakness due to aging.
LDP is a condition not a disease and I have been successful in treating and fixing this issue in many people. Although, I have discovered that even if I cure any of the 4 LDP types, upper LDP is the most difficult/stubborn. Only in the case of upper LDP I have found that even with treatment success some small issues still remain or the condition returns later. This is because it’s easy to flex the lower part as well as the middle part of the larynx, but the upper LDP position of the hyoid bone gets in extremely deep and does not move forward and stay easily. The middle constrictor contracts toward the cervical spine and includes a lot of connective woven fibers. The larynx is suspended by the suspensory function (stylopharyngeus muscle and stylohyoid muscle) assisting in the ability to resonant the voice.
Be advised as I have mentioned in previous studies: LDP is muscle habit not a disease – Please do not get wrong idea.