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Why you shouldn't consciously raise the back of the tongue

auxiliary
(@auxiliarus)
500+ Forum Posts

If you're recessed, your palate will be angled downwards, then there's no way to raise the back of your tongue without sacrificing the front tongue's pressure. The result is that you will only worsen your maxilla angle if you mew with the back of the tongue raised, another result is that your tongue will become narrower at the front.

 

The correct way to mew for recessed individuals is to just focus on the front while keeping the tongue relaxed and expanded, and trying to keep the back of the tongue low. Eventually, when the palate angle shortens, so will the back of the tongue move upwards.

 

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There's no need to consciously raise the back of the tongue, if your palate angle is not recessed your back of the tongue will automatically rise. If your palate is angle downwards, the front palate will prevent the tongue from raising too much, if you still raise it then you're removing the only force you have to provide upwards force at the front.

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Topic starter Posted : 11/09/2021 2:14 pm
Adam
 Adam
(@adam)
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Half true, u should mew With front of the tongue some of the time, and With back some of the time to expand palate in all directions; putting pressure only in the front would not be productive

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