Hypophonia is soft speech, especially resulting from a lack of coordination in the vocal musculature. This condition is a common presentation in Parkinson's disease. This condition is generally treated with voice training programs, use of shorter sentences, breathing exercises, and muscle training exercises for vocal cords.
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