¤ The structure inside of your nose are designed to properly warm, humidify, and clean the air you breathe before it goes into your lungs. The structures in your mouth are not. Breathe in and out of your nose.
¤ The mouth is designed for talking, eating, and drinking. Mouth-breathers tend to over-breathe and suffer some symptoms of hyperventilation. They donít sleep well and have amped-up sympathetic nervous systems, always on alert. They tend to develop bags under their eyes and more cavities.
¤ A sign of good health is a moist nose. Dry nose is a sign of dehydration.
¤ A partially blocked nose is common. Every 3-4 hours the clear nostril will become partially blocked. This is a natural rhythm that gives your nose a rest.
¤ The Sphenoid Osseous Shift (SOS) helps to open your nasal passage so that you can breathe better.
Clean Your Nose Every Day!
You must breathe through your nose every 5 seconds for every minute of every hour of your life. If you donít breathe though your nose, you are wasting valuable energy.
The Importance of Nasal Breathing