The bones in our bodies are much more dynamic than we think, so when it comes to our breathing and mouth posture this is a big deal to me.
People with myofunctional issues are more likely to have longer faces with flatter features. At the same time, they are more likely to have issues like TMJ pain and sleep apnea.
The good thing is, no matter how old you are, it's never too late to make changes to your breathing and tongue posture through myofunctional therapy.
The best time to have the greatest changes to facial structures is in growing children - we can literally guide the growth of their faces by helping them change their habits.
In adults, bone is regenerating and remodeling all the time too. This means that we can also guide these changes - it's just slower and subtler. Still, if you make changes when you are 30 it's better than when you are 40 or 50 years old.
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