The laryngea node, also known as Adam’s apple, is a prominent area in the front of the neck, due to the emergence of the thyroid cartilage, the largest cartilage in it.
Adam’s apple is different in size from one person to another according to a number of factors, and the following signs of the emergence of noticeable in some men:
1) Sound roughness
Laryngeal node helps in breathing and chewing and issuing sounds as it causes increased roughness of voice in some men.
The chamber knot affects the vocal tendons, increasing its thickness and thickening its tone.