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Can Mouth Breathing Affect Facial Structure?

How Mouth Breathing Changes Your Face

Mouth breathing is not the body’s natural or default way of breathing. The correct, natural way to breathe is through the nose. Every once in a while, you may breathe through your mouth when you are sick, have allergies, or otherwise suffer from decongestion. Breathing...
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My Child is Snoring!

Your Child May Have Pediatric Sleep Apnea

Does your child snore? If so, do not write it off as a quirky habit they have developed or seemed to have inherited from one of their parents. Snoring, especially in children, is not normal and should be addressed. If your child is snoring,...
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Why You Shouldn't Be Mouth Breathing

Mouth Breathing: Why Is It So Bad?

When you have a stuffy nose, are feeling sick, are experiencing allergies, or are in the middle of a strenuous workout, you likely have caught yourself breathing through your mouth. These are all normal and necessary reasons to be breathing through your mouth in...
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Top Misconceptions About Sleep Apnea

Here Are 4 Misconceptions About Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is a harmful condition that most people are unaware they suffer from. It can cause plenty of symptoms throughout the day (and night) that can interfere with everyday life. If you feel as if you or your partner is suffering from sleep...
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My Child Is Snoring: Is It Pediatric Sleep Apnea?

My Child Is Snoring: Is It Pediatric Sleep Apnea?

As parents, we love watching our children sleep. We also tend to catch on to their strange habits, especially if something is going on with their sleep. If you are noticing some strange behavior in your child’s sleep, such as pauses in...
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Pediatric Sleep Apnea: Everything You Should Know

Pediatric Sleep Apnea: Everything You Should Know

When you think of sleep apnea, a child likely is not the first picture that comes to mind. Sleep apnea is prevalent in adults, but not many people know it is also a condition that can affect children. According to the American Academy of...
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