Myofunctional Therapy and Viruses

Myofunctional Therapy and Viruses Our bodies are designed to fend off viruses and nasal breathing helps defend against the coronavirus (COVID-19). Our nose filters, warms, and adds moisture to the air we inhale. Its natural filtration system works with nitric oxide to kills bad bacteria and fight infection to keep you healthier, even during [...]

Myofunctional Therapy and Viruses2020-03-19T22:48:17+00:00

Myofunctional Therapy Can Help Sleep Apnea

Sleep Apnea Research & Myofunctional Therapy A 2015 study titled Myofunctional Therapy to Treat Obstructive Sleep Apnea: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis looked at a number of previous studies and concluded: “Current literature demonstrates that myofunctional therapy decreases apnea-hypopnea index by approximately 50% in adults and 62% in children. Lowest oxygen saturations, snoring, and sleepiness [...]

Myofunctional Therapy Can Help Sleep Apnea2020-03-19T20:42:36+00:00

Mouth Breathing

What is Mouth Breathing? Mouths are designed for eating, chewing, ingestion, and communication whereas the nose is meant for breathing. When we can’t get enough air through the nose, the mouth begins to take over. This in turn forces us to breathe through the mouth out of necessity and if not corrected can [...]

Mouth Breathing2020-03-19T20:41:35+00:00
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