HOW TO UNBLOCK A STUFFY NOSE

STUFFY NOSE = MOUTH BREATHING

And what’s the problem with daytime mouth breathing? It sets you up with a slew of problems, including nighttime breathing problems. And when you have nighttime breathing problems, you can’t get the deep sleep you need to let your brain do its “housekeeping.”

Wow! Everything in your program surprised me. I will continue to study how to breathe for better sleep so I can help my son, too!
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And when your brain can’t do its housekeeping, you feel it in every way. So you look worse, you feel worse and you do worse.

But you can start to turn things around by unblocking your nose so you can breathe through your mouth.

Can you really unblock a stuffy nose??

Yes! Here’s how to unblock a stuffy nose in less than 2 minutes:

If you have neck pain and prefer not to nod your head, try this method:

You will look better, you will feel better, and you will do better! It will be noticeable to you and everyone you see. (Then take the next step. )

I have been using these simple yet powerful breathing exercises for years with excellent results.  I saw this updated version practiced by a group of children and adults when I was in Dublin to study with Patrick McKeown of the Buteyko Clinic International. Find out about the Buteyko Method here.

Are you ready to look better, feel better and do better? Get your action plan here.  Not sure if you’re dealing with a breathing problem? Take the quiz.

Do you have a baby who keeps his mouth open? Check out this guide to help your baby before mouth breathing leads to bigger problems for your baby. Get the DIY strategies just for babies and keep your precious baby happy and healthySIDS sleep apnea breathing problems crib death anxiety attention problems diabetes cancer healthy

Do have a child who keeps his mouth open? You’re probably seeing one or more of these:

  • behavior problems
  • learning problems
  • eating problems
  • dental cavities
  • ADHD
  • anxiety
  • depression

Find your happy and healthy child again! Use the DIY strategies in my new  new o2 TARA GUIDE–to be released on May 15, 2019!

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Or, if you’d like an excellent DIY resource for an adult, look no further than Patrick McKeown’s books:

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The information contained on this website is not intended to serve as a replacement for professional medical advice. Any use of the information in this book is at the reader’s discretion. The author specifically disclaims any and all liability arising directly and indirectly from the use or application of any information contained in this book. A health care professional should be consulted regarding your specific situation.

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