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RE: To get an idea of how messed up your face is:

Yeah, once your tongue defaults to upright posture (as mine has), simply trying to relax and breathe will pull your head into chin tuck. Doing so has …

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

@sinned Lazy gif, sorry, but the difference between his update from a year ago and this most recent pic seemed so drastic that I decided to see how …

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

Here’s a demo to give a quick idea of what some of the techniques look like. They’re intended to engage entire muscular chains at a time, whereas conv…

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

@lawnmewer Well yeah, masseter hypertrophy seems to affect ramus length by increasing bone mass in the gonion. I found this picture: What we’re se…

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

@lawnmewer Exercising the muscles will increase resting muscle tone which is passive contraction. It might be too hyperbolic to condemn active contr…

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

I found this site that features depictions of skeletal changes related to bruxism which caught my eye. Here’s compression of the masseter axis and con…

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

The loss of jawline seems to mostly originate from the hyoid position dropping due to his natural tongue posture progressively worsening over time. Th…

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

I just remembered this time-lapse project of a guy aging for 20 years and you can see how his face drops down a bit. Not very dramatic but still usefu…

2 years ago
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RE: Male-pattern baldness and CFD

Apparently YouTuber Connor Murphy who usually makes videos about taking his shirt off in front of young women on the street claims to have got visible…

3 years ago
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RE: John Mew saying mewing won’t work after 25

@Azrael All of the above to a subtle degree at least. Check your PMs for more info

3 years ago
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RE: John Mew saying mewing won’t work after 25

@Azrael All over the skull really… Also I changed my mind about sharing those particular pics, sorry about that. My progress will be properly s…

3 years ago
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RE: John Mew saying mewing won’t work after 25

@Loliboly It’s hard to explain. First you should find your proper head posture, I often do this by trying to execute a subconscious “throat swallow”…

3 years ago
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RE: John Mew saying mewing won’t work after 25

@Loliboly I weigh a bit more now. I was probably around 64 kg in the first pic and around 68 now at 179 cm. I haven’t measured my intermolar width i…

3 years ago
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RE: Male-pattern baldness and CFD

The Rock is pretty far from pitch-perfect craniofacial development. Compare his skull to that of his father who was less affected by hair loss, it’s m…

3 years ago
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RE: Male-pattern baldness and CFD

@PolHolmes Did you even look at the article? They did a stress simulation on a galea model that accurately mimics the kind of tension CFD would indu…

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

Well, when all components are functioning as intended, my theory was that the suction generated at the posterior tongue would be a part of a balanced …

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

Perhaps, his situation resembles that of old people who have lost all their teeth and experience bone loss due to lack of mechanical stimulation, I ju…

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

Well, I’d still like to know what’s happening here

3 years ago
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RE: Alternative Dental Hygiene and Remineralizing Teeth

Something I’ve been wondering for a while is whether hard chewing could accelerate tooth remineralization. As far as evolutionary needs for reminerali…

3 years ago
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RE: Extreme white skin ,sign of craniofacial dystrophy?

I never had extreme pale skin but it does seem like my complexion got darker after mewing. My skin looks more coarse too, even at 24 it was still some…

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

Yes but they both have wide intermolar width and narrow intercanine width as opposed to a consistently wide arch. Why does that happen? Do they both h…

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

I believe one of the people depicted as having temporalis-dominant (or balanced) masticatory muscle activation is Henry Cavill. I recently took notice…

3 years ago
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RE: 2 years of “mewing” and my intermolar width went from 37mm to 36.1mm

Am I the only one? I pretty much can’t lower my tongue anymore, the only way for me not to mew is by sticking my tongue out or mouth breathing. I neve…

3 years ago
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RE: 2 years of “mewing” and my intermolar width went from 37mm to 36.1mm

I wonder if the posterior tongue defaulting to an upright position is a good benchmark for whether or not one has been doing it right. I can’t NOT mew…

3 years ago
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RE: Tongue posture as a pulling force rather than a pushing one

By the way, here’s what a collapsed neurocranium looks like, happened to find this by accident. Not too healthy for the cervical spine it seems. Haha,…

3 years ago
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RE: Tongue posture as a pulling force rather than a pushing one

Now that I’ve allowed myself to use real life examples, let’s look at Quentin Tarantino. His type of case is super interesting. The way I see it, all …

3 years ago
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RE: Tongue posture as a pulling force rather than a pushing one

By the way, I felt reluctant to do this but here are live examples: Anterior palatal contact without suction (Timothée Chalamet) Too much suction (Je…

3 years ago
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RE: Suction does not rotate the maxilla imo

It’s only a rudimentary theory at this point but you could look up the concept of tensegrity. The skeleton is constantly held together by a tensile eq…

3 years ago
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RE: Suction does not rotate the maxilla imo

It torques the entire cranium forwards and the suboccipital muscles pull it down. There’s your balance.

3 years ago
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RE: Tongue posture as a pulling force rather than a pushing one

I’ve reproduced my ”before”-pictures, taken with a DSLR by using identical settings and carefully positioning my head the same way in the frame by usi…

3 years ago
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RE: Tongue posture as a pulling force rather than a pushing one

I wouldn’t call a change in posture a change in form… that’s only when the bones move relative to one another. Of course the frontal bone can move o…

3 years ago
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RE: Tongue posture as a pulling force rather than a pushing one

See how the vomer bone is shaped antagonistically to the CCW torque I proposed. This bone will prevent excessive rotation of both the neurocranium and…

3 years ago
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RE: Tongue posture as a pulling force rather than a pushing one

I updated the OP a bit. @EddieMoney You know, that got me thinking. Check this out, what if concave profiles (certain ones anyway) are the result of t…

3 years ago
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RE: Tongue posture as a pulling force rather than a pushing one

Oh I think I slightly misunderstood your post but still made relevant points since the premise is so simple. The way this lever system pulls the skull…

3 years ago
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RE: Tongue posture as a pulling force rather than a pushing one

The neurocranium doesn’t necessarily change much, the idea is that in a properly developed skull this tension is at an equilibrium and nothing moves. …

3 years ago
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RE: Tongue posture as a pulling force rather than a pushing one

To illustrate my point a bit further, here’s a video (somewhat NSFW) I’ve posted before. Check out from about 3:00 onward how the posterior tongue att…

3 years ago
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RE: Tongue posture as a pulling force rather than a pushing one

Thanks for the article. I think there’s still the question of whether the positive pressure actually creates upwards force or just a strong connection…

3 years ago
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RE: Problem with excess saliva build up when mewing.

I had this problem in the beginning but don’t notice it anymore, been mewing for 15 months.

3 years ago
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RE: Great results found on reddit!!

The chin was the focal point here, the rest of my illustration is rather irrelevant. The remodeling that I suggested is barely inconsistent with these…

3 years ago
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RE: Great results found on reddit!!

Yes, but the brain is pretty adept at differentiating between actual changes and camera rotation, especially with the transitions between pictures. Th…

3 years ago
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RE: Great results found on reddit!!

I aligned the gifs @skinnyboiii posted. Seems pretty apparent to me that what I described is happening here.

3 years ago
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RE: Mewing is giving me LSD/Mushroom flashbacks

Well, at least I mentioned this. Never once taken psychedelics. It only happened one time really and a couple of times to a much lesser degree. The ni…

3 years ago
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RE: Great results found on reddit!!

I thought maybe I should elaborate on my suggestion about chin projection increasing without additional bone growth. Lots of people have a downturned …

3 years ago
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RE: Great results found on reddit!!

Most of his chin could have already been there but it was downturned and mewing straightened it out

4 years ago
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RE: CBD oil and bone growth

Looks like his post can be found here. I’ll give it a try, cheers. I thought I should provide a few more details to my story because my suggestion tha…

4 years ago
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RE: CBD oil and bone growth

@darkindigo I was 24. What I mean by “giving in” is that because I had a narrow palate (unfortunately I hadn’t measured it), my efforts to fit the ton…

4 years ago
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RE: CBD oil and bone growth

This is very interesting because I’ve had radical experiences with mewing and cannabis. I even asked for permission to share them here ages ago but it…

4 years ago
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RE: All traits of a good maxilla

I don’t think that’s entirely responsible for what I’m seeing but it could enhance the effect. The fact of the matter is that I’m just doing this for …

4 years ago
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RE: All traits of a good maxilla

I thought maybe I should paraphrase… previously I knew that CW rotation as the maxilla swings down and back was a thing. However there seems to be s…

4 years ago
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RE: All traits of a good maxilla

This dynamic is very evident in cases like Adrien Brody. I don’t know about you guys but I was too caught up in the mantra about “moving the maxilla u…

4 years ago
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RE: All traits of a good maxilla

I know this might be common knowledge to some users but he’s more recessed than I previously thought, the convexity of his profile and obtuse nasolabi…

4 years ago
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RE: great post found on Reddit!

It seems that while masseters could determine the length of ramus, the medial pterygoids could determine facial height and mandibular length. Essentia…

4 years ago
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RE: Progress of Progress (Updated 1/2019)

@Progress Do you think this is a matter of late vs. early onset CFD, as in existing structure collapsing vs. misguided growth? I think in the latter c…

4 years ago
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RE: Progress of Progress (Updated 1/2019)

Wouldn’t that cause bimaxillary protrusion? Timothee Chalamet seems to have this pattern of recession too. I wonder if it’s because the backwards-tilt…

4 years ago
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