Effects of Oral Restrictions (Tongue and Lip Ties) Oral restrictions can effect far more than the mouth. Effects can be far reaching due to bodily compensations, and the fact that the tongue and lips are not muscles that act in isolation. Furthermore, at different stages of an individual’s life, different effects may...
Mar 14

Why Nose Breathing is Important?

Monday, March 14, 2016
Why Nose Breathing is Important? Encouraging a normal volume of air to be breathed Nose breathing usually results in breathing a Minute Volume of air which is closer to the physiological norm. Mouth breathers tend to breath too much air for their level of activity. We should normally breathe around...