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RE: NASAL BREATHING IS THE ULTIMATE KEY TO MEWING (MUST READ)!!!!!

Another benefit of consistent nasal breathing is that it increase simulation of the Vagus nerve and possibly increasing resting Vagal tone levels. Hav…

1 year ago
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RE: NASAL BREATHING IS THE ULTIMATE KEY TO MEWING (MUST READ)!!!!!

I agree with that statement, the airway is very large at its full capcity but most people suffer from small jaws and forward head posture. …

1 year ago
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RE: Crazy idea – How to breathe with recessed face.

You cannot breathe properly and mew at the same time with a recessed face. As your airway too small and tongue being pushed into when you correct head…

2 years ago
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RE: NASAL BREATHING IS THE ULTIMATE KEY TO MEWING (MUST READ)!!!!!

@wellwellwell I understand from that persecptive. But even then, people who got surgery and still got relapse is because of lacking tongue posture a…

2 years ago
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RE: NASAL BREATHING IS THE ULTIMATE KEY TO MEWING (MUST READ)!!!!!

@serbian No, it’s impossible to breathe through your mouth with your lips closed. I am referring to the mentalis muscle. That they are sealing their l…

2 years ago
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RE: NASAL BREATHING IS THE ULTIMATE KEY TO MEWING (MUST READ)!!!!!

Mouth breathing is hidden by the lip seal and head posture. If I saw someone nose breathing, I would have to see someone breathing by their diaphragm …

2 years ago
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RE: What Goes Wrong in Growth and How Can an Adult Fix it

I see, I do have a slight asymmetry of my jaw of my right being slightly higher than my left side. And I have my wisdom teeth erupting without any pai…

2 years ago
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RE: What Goes Wrong in Growth and How Can an Adult Fix it

@mafiagang I see, I still have a few issues on this, as my posterior 2nd molars( top and bottom) still don’t touch all the way down and have a cross…

2 years ago
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RE: What Goes Wrong in Growth and How Can an Adult Fix it

Well I have a class 2 bite with a deep bite in the back and a slight overbite in the front. Plus I have my wisdom teeth erupting. But I am quite reces…

2 years ago
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RE: What Goes Wrong in Growth and How Can an Adult Fix it

So you shouldn’t have teeth contact unless you good occlusion because I am doing teeth contact and I am wondering if this is bad while you are Mewing …

2 years ago
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RE: Clenching impacting the maxilla, causing the jaw to swing forward (Bill Hang)

Then it seems like these results that these people got from Mewing. Mostly came from of passive contraction of Mewing and overall posture 24/7 shaped …

2 years ago
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RE: looking for deep bite fix/tips

I have a good feeling that being recessed of the mandible limits the activation and action of the muscle like the massesters but also the temporal and…

2 years ago
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RE: Clenching impacting the maxilla, causing the jaw to swing forward (Bill Hang)

For me with a deep bite in the back of my molars and overbite in the front. How do I move my mandible backwards if I can’t. I can move it forward sinc…

2 years ago
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RE: Clenching impacting the maxilla, causing the jaw to swing forward (Bill Hang)

So how do I activate the temporal vector more than the Masseter vector posturally. I don’t know how to since I have an overbite which makes it very ha…

2 years ago
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RE: Clenching impacting the maxilla, causing the jaw to swing forward (Bill Hang)

This is me I am Mewing very with a strong vacuum. But you can clearly see that both my maxilla and mandible is recessed and I want forward growth …

2 years ago
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RE: Clenching impacting the maxilla, causing the jaw to swing forward (Bill Hang)

Do you think temporalis chewing and posture also encourages temporal bone movement forwards. Because I believe this is a side effect of moving the max…

2 years ago
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RE: Temporal bones with facepulling

I don’t know how unfortunately to roatate/ or move forward with the temporal bone to get mandibular growth/remodeling and have restructuring of the si…

2 years ago
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RE: Temporal bones with facepulling

I wonder which chewing pattern does that rotation of the temporal bones to decompress the tmj? I assume hard Mewing with the back 3rd of the tongue an…

2 years ago
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RE: How to “really” move maxilla up and foward?

Very amazing transformation by these 2. I wonder how long they been doing Mewing. But Achilles transformation is something to behold at. His eyes beca…

2 years ago
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RE: Strengthening tongue by injecting steroids to improve mewing results?

To a certain extent I agree with, but needing higher forces to split the sutures at an adult requires 900-4500 grams, which the tongue can produce at …

2 years ago
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RE: Strengthening tongue by injecting steroids to improve mewing results?

Definitely agree, People need to adopt 24/7 Mewing everyday to get real results and if you are under 21(better under 18) you can get significant impro…

2 years ago
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RE: Correct occlusion

Yeah I have really noticed that having a malocclusion with mewing to keep your teeth does nothing long term since your brain sensors still can miss th…

2 years ago
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RE: Mewing gave me a high-palate, don’t make this mistake.

So I am actually doing it wrong?, because when I try to get the back third of my tongue my head automatically swing back to be in proper head alignmen…

2 years ago
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RE: Maxiallry facepulling but with MAGNETS (IDEA ONLY)

Will you make video on this if this becomes successful?

2 years ago
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RE: Maxiallry facepulling but with MAGNETS (IDEA ONLY)

The problem with that is that if you don’t have enough space with your molars. Placing the tongue on the roof of your mouth is going to be very hard a…

2 years ago
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RE: How to find MSE providers?

Are they any MSE providers in the DC or East coast area

2 years ago
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RE: Maxiallry facepulling but with MAGNETS (IDEA ONLY)

Let’s say we need about 10-12 N to create the suture split with constant pressure for 4-8 hours and create the pressure of a stronger tongue with more…

2 years ago
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RE: Maxiallry facepulling but with MAGNETS (IDEA ONLY)

Totally agree for most mewers in this community. Even someone like me at 17, I would still try to do this as there not much time before the bones get …

2 years ago
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RE: Jaws: Masseter pattern vs Temporal pattern

Found this video that talks about these muscles and their function that may cause recession or protraction of the maxilla and mandible:/p>

2 years ago
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RE: Jaws: Masseter pattern vs Temporal pattern

In practice that would work as getting stronger and bigger muscles will remodel your bones to handle the stress you placed upon to that muscle. Howeve…

2 years ago
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RE: What causes browridge growth?

I believe what causes brow ridge growth is forward growth of the maxilla. Because I have a high T face but because my maxilla is recessed and lengthen…

2 years ago
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RE: Jaws: Masseter pattern vs Temporal pattern

That wouldn’t make sense that the Masseters would cause forward growth instead of temporalis. The Masseters are in the jaw in a closed position with n…

2 years ago
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RE: Male-pattern baldness and CFD

What I do notice from people who are balding and the ones who have hair is their neck posture. One thing that keeps intrigues me is that people who ha…

2 years ago
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RE: Is there a 4th mechanism of adult palate expansion (aside from teeth tipping, alveolar remodeling, and splitting the intermaxillary suture)?

So effective hard Mewing or with a tooth borne appliance can give you the same expansion as MSE or DOME without splitting the suture?(Albiet on much l…

2 years ago
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RE: Jaws: Masseter pattern vs Temporal pattern

@straightforward you probably have an imbalance of your masseter to temporalis muscle ratio. Overused masseter does lead to a longer face and your che…

2 years ago
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RE: Jaws: Masseter pattern vs Temporal pattern

This observation proves that chewing can reshape your whole skull of the outer U. However I have theory because I am a little bit recesssed on my maxi…

2 years ago
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RE: Jaws: Masseter pattern vs Temporal pattern

Either way,Chewing by itself works out both the masseter and Temporalis muscle at the same time anyway. However what I have realized from Mike Mew vid…

2 years ago
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RE: Jaws: Masseter pattern vs Temporal pattern

Well I’m class 2 with a recessed chin and short ramus and I’m trying to upswing my mid face and mandible forward since that’s my goal of mewing and po…

2 years ago
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RE: Jaws: Masseter pattern vs Temporal pattern

What I have noticed since reading this thread . Is that the Temporalis provides width to the upper portion of the skull, reduces facial height, levera…

2 years ago
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RE: Evidence of age-acquired craniofacial dystrophy

In that video, his whole maxilla and mandible went back. When he was young, he had a ramus abiet a short ramus and decent mandible length. By the time…

2 years ago
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RE: How do increase Brow projection?

Some people have reported changes to their height, bulid, body type, etc. By unlocking the Sphenoid bone and the glands to function better. They are s…

2 years ago
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RE: How do increase Brow projection?

Were they tooth-borne or bone-borne? And if bone was occurring in the brows did their hormones improve better as more brow projection equal the spheno…

2 years ago
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RE: Palate height

I have a high/vaulted palate and a IMW of 38mm. Yet I somewhat have a long face, however IMO high/vaulted palates come from a lack of forward growth a…

2 years ago
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RE: Jutting mandible forward – does anyone else do this?

Where’s is that thread you mentioned of progress alveolar ridge remodeling

2 years ago
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RE: Jutting mandible forward – does anyone else do this?

I have an overbite and I try to jut my mandible forward to get the teeth in contact, plus I do experience how PaperBag says just expect the grinding b…

3 years ago
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RE: What is the correct way to chew gum? – All factors

It’s not really the gonial width I’m looking for. I’m trying to lengthen my ramus while hypertrophy my masseters to create the hollow cheek look

3 years ago
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RE: What is the correct way to chew gum? – All factors

@auxiliarus So how do get Masseter hypertrophy without causing the side effects you mentioned. And you say tongue chewing is better than molar chewing…

3 years ago
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RE: Male-pattern baldness and CFD

At the very least a minimum of 3 years to see dramatic changes, but the changes are gradual and overtime. Mewing over 6 years will give you great chan…

3 years ago
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RE: Male-pattern baldness and CFD

Mewing is still effective even after 25. However you can get about 1 mn per year like what Mike Mew said in his channel. Restically I think it’s poss…

3 years ago
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RE: Mechanisms Behind Mandibular Expansion Following Maxilla Expansion

Wouldn’t tooth contact of your occlusion starting, over a few years would cause skeletal expansion since chewing and teeth contact your arch combined …

3 years ago
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RE: Male-pattern baldness and CFD

I still firmly stand on the fact that genetics still have a massive role on why men have hairloss or not. But Genetics are probably at best maybe 20-3…

3 years ago
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RE: Male-pattern baldness and CFD

What’s it’s even more crazy that I noticed from this article. Is that most celebrities with a square faces have essentially no hairloss or have a matu…

3 years ago
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RE: Male-pattern baldness and CFD

I have actually found an article where hair loss primarily comes from your skull shape that Progress says that an oval or round face shape causes hai…

3 years ago
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