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September 21, 2017

| Char Boshart

When switching from mouth breathing to nose breathing, it may not make sense to some.  “What different does it really make?  They both work, and besides, I can get more air through my mouth.”

Good points, but there are several important reasons that everyone needs...

September 21, 2017

| Char Boshart

Although swallowing and speaking are created with the same oral mechanism, they are vastly different.

From beginning to end, swallowing involves the careful coordination of several muscles.  It’s sometimes considered a somewhat automatic function, but can be consciously...

September 21, 2017

| Char Boshart

Everyone has an “oral resting posture.”  It’s where your lips, tongue, and jaw rest when you’re not eating, drinking, or talking.  The lips, tongue, and jaw automatically go to their resting locations and maintain those positions throughout the day.

Everyone’s oral...

September 2, 2017

| Char Boshart

Swallowing is one of three oral functions that we all do:  swallowing, chewing, and speaking.  They all use the mouth and the same mouth-parts, but they’re very different.  One swallow takes mere moments.  Chewing and speech takes longer.

First, although...

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