EXCLUSIVE: Snoring is frequent, irregular: the whole lot it’s worthwhile to learn about it, in keeping with the dentist

Have you ever watched your partner seemingly snore peacefully while they snore and felt irritated because they were ruining your sleep with their snoring? Would it make you feel better if I told you that you don’t sleep really well? Snoring has been misinterpreted as an indicator of healthy sleep, but it’s just the opposite.

Snoring or sleeping with your lips parted is a sign that you are not sleeping well.

Why am I not sleeping well?
When you sleep there are phases that you go through. From a NREM (No Rapid Eye Movement) phase, where your sleep is shallow, to a deep sleep phase, which eventually leads you to a REM (Rapid Eye Movement) phase. Snoring or sleeping with your lips parted may mean you’re not entering deep sleep, which is affecting the quality of your sleep.
It’s natural to assume that it is stress, your phone, or that one awkward moment you can’t forget that is keeping you up at night, but it is all related to your tongue. Snoring and mouth breathing is a result of your entire tongue, front, middle, and back not sitting where it’s supposed to be – on the roof of your mouth.
Your airway extends from your nose down to your lungs with your jaw, teeth, and tongue sitting right in front of it. Any disturbance of any of these elements can lead to a blockage of the airways. Due to a binding of the tongue or misalignment of your jaw and teeth, it may rest elsewhere in your mouth or not fully rest in the roof and clog your airways, causing you to not get enough oxygen while you sleep, causing you to breathe, snore, or mouth Sleep .
Your body makes up for this by breathing through your mouth instead of your nose, which leads to your snoring and ultimately a poor night’s sleep.

How do I know I am not sleeping well?
It’s difficult to judge the quality of your sleep by quantity alone. As mentioned earlier, getting 8 hours of sleep doesn’t necessarily mean a good night’s sleep. To help determine if you and your loved ones are sleeping well, here are some signs and symptoms to look out for.

Symptoms in Children

  • In children, unhealthy sleep can turn out to be
  • Difficulty concentrating / hyperactivity
  • Limited attention span with symptoms mimicking ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder)
  • wetting
  • Childhood obesity
  • Speech impairment
  • Sleeping with your mouth open (mouth breathing)
  • Frequent turning and turning in
  • Teeth grinding / teeth grinding
  • Frequent cold and cough
  • Eating for long hours / picky food
  • snoring

Symptoms in adults:

  • Constant fatigue
  • fear
  • diabetes
  • obesity
  • Teeth grinding / teeth grinding
  • Jaw pain
  • Neck and shoulder stiffness
  • snoring
  • Sleep with your mouth open
  • High blood pressure
  • Brain fog
  • Incapacity / concentration
  • Feeling sleepy all the time, even after sleeping a lot
  • are symptoms of inadequate sleep.

EXCLUSIVE: Snoring Is Frequent, Irregular: The Whole Lot It's Worthwhile To Learn About It, In Keeping With The Dentist

How do I sleep well?

  • To make sure you are sleeping well, you can first the quality of your sleep through a sleep test.
  • You can use sleeping devices made by Airway Focused Dentists.
  • You can try oral myofunctional therapy (tongue therapy / facial yoga).
  • Some fun exercises can help you establish nasal breathing and correct the posture of your tongue (and get a killer jaw too). Kourtney Kardashian is using therapy to improve her tongue skills, while Hollywood favorite couple John Legend and Chrissy Teigen have chosen myofunctional therapy for their child after tongue freedom !
  • You could try airway orthodontics: just align your teeth with airway orthodontics, which expands and brings your jaw forward to widen your airways and help you breathe better. If you breathe well, you will sleep well.

Adult snoring - EXCLUSIVE: Snoring Is Frequent, Irregular: The Whole Lot It's Worthwhile To Learn About It, In Keeping With The Dentist

Mantras that I follow:

  • Good quality of sleep
  • Inhale Breathe out through your nose
  • Move your body
  • Smile enough
  • Chew for nourishment

When they said a good night’s sleep was the cure for everything, they weren’t lying. Anthony Burgess, the writer, once said: “Laugh and the world laughs with you. Snore and you sleep alone. ”So that you and your loved ones can sleep well, the Tongue Tie & Sleep Institute is the only institute that offers such a holistic approach under one roof.

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About the Author: Author: Dr. Ankita Shah, Respiratory Dentist, Tongue Bandage Specialist, Myofunctional Therapist, India

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