It seems like my throat makes it hard to speak. I cant speak loudly — can you help me?
You have to see a doctor to determine what is causing the blockage. The first thing is to determine whether it is allergies, stress, hereditary, a malformation of the cords or something else. You might have to take medication, change your diet, give up your pet or whatever other external changes can be made. If you smoke you absolutely must quit. You can also try using saline rinse for the nose and sinuses. You can gargle with a very lightly salted water. You can also try steaming and yoga cleansing breath exercises. Vocal exercises that use nasal sounds and work the high part of the range can be good to clear the sinuses and nasal passages.
Once you know the physical problem you can determine what part of your healing requires medical intervention and what part requires voice therapy. You can try to get more resonance in your chest and in the front of the face. Put your hand on your chest and make an “o” sound, like in the word “coat.” Expand you ribs as though you are grunting(but don’t make the grunt in your throat) and fill yourself with this “o” sound. Next, use a nasty “a” sound, like in the word “cat” and feel the vibrations in your nose and the top of your mouth. When you speak, focus less on trying to be forceful and more on feeling the vibrations in your chest, nose and mouth and you should have more volume.