Hi everyone! I've been playing trumpet for a little over half a year now, and a month or two ago, I realized that when I switch from note to note(no matter slurring or tounguing, but more pronounced when tounguing)my throat or the adam's apple tend to move, my new teacher realized that also and she said she has no idea why that might be and she'd ask some of her colleagues. I thought that it could be because of the fact that I might be stopping the air flow with my throat, but I don't think I do, cause when I slurr I feel like the air flow is constant. When I go a little higher than the notes I usually play like say E between the fourth and fifth lines in the staff, I dont' really feel like there's tension in my throat, but it keeps moving in a strange way. Have you encountered any trumpet player who'd be doing this and do you have any idea why that might be? The reason I'm asking is because its very unusual I think, and since I'm still at this early stage of my playing it can be very detrimental to developing my skills later. Thanks!