If you want to breathe better, the most important thing is this:


I was surprised to learn that we need to breathe in/out through the nose–NOT the mouth. I was not educated on any of this before–I learned a lot!
Mackenzie McMahon, OsteoStrong Northeast
Tara, your talk was very well done, and I was surprised to learn how many symptoms are actually signs of nighttime breathing problems. I am going to try to make sure my mouth is closed!”
Coleen Snow

But what if you can’t because you are congested? Try this exercise.

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