Can you do this one simple thing: close your mouth?
Not just for a moment. But any time you’re not eating or speaking.
Because the truth is, our mouths are supposed to be closed. Our lips are supposed to be touching each other.
If you can’t keep your mouth closed, you’re in big trouble. No joke.
Well, one joke:
Did you hear the one about the kid who had food sensitivities?
He was so stuffy, he had to breathe through his mouth!
Of course not. It’s not funny. At all. But it is all too common. Just take a look around you. How many people do you see with their mouths open? Maybe you’re even realizing that your mouth is open. So what’s the problem?
Breathing through your mouth is wreaking havoc on your life.
And for many of us, mouth breathing starts when you’re a kid–and slowly steals your health.
Why do I care? Because I was that kid. If you had asked me, “Can you keep mouth closed?” I could…but only until I had to take the next breath. I simply could not breathe through my nose because I was so congested.
And now as an adult, I have spent the last TWO DECADES solving a cascade of “unrelated” problems that started in my 20s. The congestion, it turns out, was the trigger for a slew of “unrelated” problems:
- skin problems
- digestive problems
- increased food sensitivities
But I’ve reversed these problems! And now that I know the underlying problem: my o2.
And it all starts with mouth breathing.
Having lived it, I know the single most important thing you’ve got to do: keep your mouth closed. Watch this video:
So how do you get a someone to close his mouth?
You make sure he breathes through his nose. And if his nose is stuffy–just like mine was– you have to unblock that nose.
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