Why is Mouth Breathing Bad For You?

He's a familiar face to the podcast where he introduced us to Oral Fitness, and Dr David Cowhig is back in this episode to delve deeper into mouth breathing. Did you know that it's been documented that mouth breathing adults are more likely to experience sleep disordered breathing, fatigue, decreased productivity and poorer quality of life than those who nasal-breathe, and in children, the harmful effects of mouth breathing are far greater. David walks us through the negative consequences between mouth breathing and its impact on the quality of your sleep and general health, as well as what you should do if you believe you are a mouth breather yourself.


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