Adopt the correct posture and breath through the nose to improve your breathing and raise energy levels.
Drs. John and Mike Mew have shown that the first step to improving airway obstruction involves maintaining the correct “oral posture” and breathing slowly through the nose into the abdomen. This entails holding the lips together with teeth lightly touching and the tongue on the roof of the mouth. The head should be perpendicular to the body with the spine perfectly straight until it reaches the small of the back, where it naturally curves outward. Our bodies and airways are designed to work best in this posture. Start today! You will breathe more easily, and your energy levels will increase.
- Hold the lips together, teeth lightly touching, with your tongue on the roof of the mouth.
- Hold the head up perpendicular to the body.
Make sure you don’t kink the neck or extend it outwards.
- When sitting or standing, the spine should form a J-shape.
The spine should be perfectly straight until it reaches the small of the back, where it naturally curves outward.
- While maintaining this posture, we should always breathe slowly through the nose into the abdomen.
Our bodies and airways are designed to work best in this posture.
No insights yet
Our site saves small pieces of text information (cookies) on your device in order to deliver better content and for statistical purposes. You can disable the usage of cookies by changing the settings of your browser. By browsing our website without changing the browser settings you grant us permission to store that information on your device.