Children Snoring, Grinding and Sleep Apnoea

Snoring, Sleep Apnoea, Teeth Grinding and Jaw Joint Problems

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Watch this incredible story and how sleep apnea, snoring and other sleep issues can affect a child. Finding Connor Deegan video.

Grinding

A “normal“ airway is about 11mm; 20+mm is optimal. Many operate with less than a 6mm airway – about the size of a straw. Grinding or bruxing can be the body’s response to open the airway, by subconsciously moving the lower jaw and tongue forward at the expense of the teeth

Good References:

http://www.mouthmattersbook.com/
http://claimingpower.com/tongue-posture/
Tips and Exercises to Correct the Position of Tongue by Prof John Mew. Youtube.

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