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Any advice on how I should mew with my unsymmetrical face?
My face from the screening point of view on the left side is more up than my right side. I was wondering how my neck position should be if I do the chin tuck cause I can feel it not even when I do the chin tuck. I also need help on positioning my tongue when I push it upward against my palette, should my tongue lean more to the left for right from my picture point of view?
your face doesn't look that unsymmetrical did you make a photo with your front camera or with Snapchat?
Your head is tilted. Once rotated to a neutral tilt, it becomes evident that your eyes and ears are in decent horizontal alignment. Instead, the asymmetry expresses itself in your lower third and lower middle third. Try to keep your teeth and tongue in balanced contact on both sides while also striving to balance the head on top of your clavicles and shoulders in its correct tilt. You can temporarily focus on each side in isolation in order to improve the mind-muscle connection, but doing this all the time may cause new kinds of postural and structural asymmetries.