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RE: teeth together at rest

@roflcopters I’m not talking about hard mewing. I agree that hard mewing is bad and counterproductive. And it isn’t clenching, as like I said, t…

2 years ago
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RE: teeth together at rest

@sinned I disagree, with proper strong suction hold your teeth should be making contact without the contraction of masticatory muscles.

2 years ago
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RE: Does mewing make your nose bigger?

It’s also good to remember mewing isn’t purely cosmetic, but also something that if she hadn’t started doing it then she would suffer from a lot of pr…

2 years ago
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RE: Chin tuck vs Head rotation (key to effective mewing ?)

@progress Recently came across a spine reconstruction of a neanderthal. I noticed it seemed to exhibit ideal posture, with a perfectly balanced skul…

2 years ago
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RE: Cranial changes by Functional Patterns doers without mewing

Literally all of these are perfect examples of how NOT to take progress pics lol

2 years ago
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RE: I think Mike Mew is wrong about hard vs light forces

Short high forces and muscle mass on a bone change it’s density/size, long light forces change a bones position/shape. For example, in a professiona…

2 years ago
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RE: Is focusing on “the suture” looking at a tree and missing the forest? (alternate title: There is no such thing as a “non-growing” adult)

Isn’t the skeleton unaffected by body fat? But you might be right as your skeleton changes a lot as you age. CFD usually worsens, mandible shape…

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

@noises Interesting, I do wonder though how exactly this works when masseter development causes ramus lengthening. If it’s true (like someone said i…

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

But how exactly does a muscle apply enough force to remodel bone without active contraction? And how is that force affected by development/hypertrophy…

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

While it’s probably very likely that you will experience some CFD as you age, especially if you’re not actively making sure you have good posture, I d…

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

@eddiemoney I don’t know, he does have very long ramus, and is obviously very forward grown. But it’s harder to say because there have been no (kn…

3 years ago
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RE: Buteyko and snore mewing

@shaku I’ve tried, but it’s difficult to do both because it can be hard to see due to quality, and it’s hard to find a shot that’s focused on one …

3 years ago
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RE: Buteyko and snore mewing

You’re probably right, but I saw people talking about how using devices such as homemade ‘noseplugs’ helped them a lot in increasing their CP when the…

3 years ago
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RE: Buteyko and snore mewing

@sinned You’re right, there are definitely some outrageous claims. However, I do think there is some logic to it. I definitely don’t think that …

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

Sorry about my previous post, I reread the thread and completely missed the part that answered my question. I deleted it, but I will link this v…

3 years ago
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RE: Evidence that buccinators doesn’t affect hollow cheeks

I think the diaphragm being used instead of the buccinators, as you’re inhaling and exhaling. Buccinator is responsible for sucking, like how babies s…

3 years ago

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