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How Mouth Breathing Affects One’s Dental Condition

26th May 2011
Breathing means life; inhaling oxygen and exhaling carbon dioxide happen so naturally without any need for conscious decision-making. In human physiology, there are two body parts used in breathing. These respiratory parts are the nose and mouth. Normally... Read >
Author: timothymclaney

Benefits of Buteyko Mouth Taping Technique for Night Sleep and Better Wellbeing

24th May 2011
Buteyko Mouth Taping Technique is a part of the Buteyko breathing technique. When Dr. Konstantin Buteyko taught his first patients (mostly hospitalized people with severe asthma and heart diseases), they all discovered that sleep produces a profound adver... Read >
Author: Dr Artour Rakhimov

How Allergies Effect Sleep--3 Ways Your Allergies Can Prevent Sleep

04th February 2011
Allergy symptoms can be tough to deal with during the day, but even tougher at night. Here are 3 ways allergies can interfere with sleep and solutions that will make sleep possible. Stuffy Nose-When allergens are inhaled, the soft tissues inside the no... Read >
Author: Debbie

Abnormal Breathing Is the Cause of Nasal Congestion

19th January 2011
Up to 10-15% of world's population suffer from chronic problems with nasal congestion. Overcounter medication and creams do not provide an efficient relief from this problem. What is the mechanism and cause of sinusitis and related conditions? Nasal c... Read >
Author: Dr Artour Rakhimov

Benefits of Nose Breathing

21st July 2010
Is it possible the reason you feel stressed is not your job but the fact that you are an "obligate mouth breather"? Many patients with a deviated septum or valve collapse may be obligate mouth breathers, which means that they are patients who can only bre... Read >
Author: ronaldagador

Infant Noisy Breathing, and Its Treatment, Effects, Causes, Prevention

13th July 2010
The normal breathing rate in infants can be up to two to four times greater than in adults. Nevertheless, noisy breathing in infants is definitely a mark of low body CO2 reserves. This chemical is essential for hundreds of body physiological processes and... Read >
Author: Dr Artour Rakhimov

Mouth breathing evils in toddlers, infants, babies and children: and what is normal and healthy

13th July 2010
The article discusses the most important discoveries in this area and answers such questions as, "Should I worry about my 5 year old breathing through his mouth?" "How to make children to breathe through their nose?" "What are the causes for breathing t... Read >
Author: Dr Artour Rakhimov

Correct Breathing Problems with Rhinoplasty

05th May 2010
Rhinoplasty, also called a nose job, is a surgical procedure done to change the size or shape of the nose. While generally considered a cosmetic procedure rhinoplasty is also done to correct breathing problems. When breathing through the nose is restricte... Read >
Author: Penelope Stone

Inver Grove Heights Invisalign Provider Discusses Facial Asymmetry Treatment

31st March 2010
Skeletal asymmetry of the jaw is one of the most visible facial malformations. Often, the preferred treatment is orthognathic surgery, but many facial asymmetry issues in children can be corrected or vastly improved with various non-surgical orthodont... Read >
Author: Dr. Esenhuth

Attention All Mouth Breathers - 5 Important Health Reasons to Breathe Through Your Nose

16th July 2009
If you are a chronic mouth breather because of a stuffy nose, you're not alone. Do you feel like you can never get enough oxygen into your longs? Do you feel tired all day no matter how much sleep you get? Have you tried various home remedies, over-the-co... Read >
Author: Dr. Steven Y. Park

A Guide to Snoring Aids

18th November 2008
We all know people who snore, many people reading this are suffers themselves, I am my wife believes she's deaf in one ear due to my snoring ( I'm not sure about that - slight exertion I feel) but certainly its a frustrating and annoying condition and can... Read >
Author: jerico12

Nasal Strips

06th July 2008
Nasal strips, nose drops and sprays aid in proper functioning of the respiratory system by clearing the passage of air. Aromatherepy also claims to help breathe better. Nasal strip is an adhesive pad embedded with plastic bands. When the pad is placed acr... Read >
Author: Rene Moller
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