How Does Nose Breathing Differ from Mouth Breathing?
Your nose is designed to help you breathe safely, and efficiently, and keep you healthy.
The benefits of nasal breathing are plentiful. Some of the benefits are:
- reduce exposure to foreign substances
- humidify and warm inhaled air
- increase air flow to arteries, veins, and nerves
- increase oxygen uptake and circulation
- improves athletic performance
- improves posture
- lower your risk for diseases such as high blood pressure
- reduces anxiety
- aid your immune system
- lower your risk of snoring and sleep apnea
- support the correct formation of teeth and mouth
How can mouth breathing affect you?
If you suffer from any of these, give us a call.
- Panic attacks
- High Blood Pressure
- ADD / ADHD
- Sleep Apnea
- Chronic Fatigue
- Mouth breathing
- Want to improve athletic ability
- Want to feel better