- Nasal Breathing 92% 92%
- Restorative Sleep 85% 85%
- Increase energy 87% 87%
- Better Performance 90% 90%
The Functional Activator for Children
“Sleeping like a baby” is how we describe a perfect night’s sleep — restful and restorative. For children, sleep is a time for growth and brain development.
But many newborns and children aren’t sleeping well and, as a result, are missing out on that restorative sleep that lets them grow and develop to their genetic potentials.
Snoring, mouth breathing, and grinding or clenching of the teeth are all signs of sleep-disordered breathing or obstructive sleep apnea in children.
How Does Mouth Breathing Hurt My Child?
While it may seem harmless, mouth breathing affects how your child develops, your child’s behavior and personality, as well as the adult that your child grows up to be.
Most healthcare professionals, including your doctor, might tell you not to worry about mouth breathing and insist that your child will “grow out of it.”
But the truth is, mouth breathing can have devastating effects on the development of the face and airway.
How Mouth Breathing Changes Facial and Oral Development
When nasal breathing is blocked, facial and dental development become abnormal.
In both human and animal studies, when nasal breathing is blocked, untreated mouth breathing leads to development of long, narrow faces with crooked teeth, receded jaw, and future TMD and headache issues.