Oral Respiration Leads To Illness

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dry mouth and sleep apnea

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Problems caused by Oral Respiration

Do you snore while sleeping? Do you wake up with a dry mouth? Do you have bad breath? If yes, then you are breathing through your mouth! According to studies, approximately 50% of adults and 80% of children breathe using their mouths (also known as oral respiraton). Oral respiration is not the natural mode of respiration for our bodies leading to many problems.

 

Oral respiration is known to cause snoring, bad breath, dry mouth and sleep apnea. Oral respiration is the process when air is inhaled through the mouth. This increases the evaporation of saliva in the oral cavity causing bad breath. Saliva is responsible for the breakdown of food and also has an anti-bacterial function to limit and prevent the colonization of bacteria in the mouth. When we breathe through our mouths we are essentially removing this protective layer, which then results in bad breath. Whereas breathing through our nose (or nasal respiration) is the correct and natural mode of respiration for our bodies. Nasal respiration has many beneficial qualities not encountered during oral respiration.

 

 

Nasal respiration allows filteration of the inhaled air to remove microbes and dust while also regulating temperature and humidity before entering the body. It also prevents inflammation caused by oral respiration. (The swollen trachea is eventually relieved once the filtered air enters the body.

 

 

The air that we inhale is filled with dust, microbes and other harmful materials, but nasal respiration has the ability to purify inhaled air. This function alone prevents bad breath and snoring because the mucosa inside our nose is able to filter up 80% of micro particles that is present in the inhaled air. During nasal breathing, the temperature and humidity of the inhaled air are also being regulated. This system prevents the drying of our trachea and colonization of microorganisms. If our lung becomes too dry or temperature is too low, it becomes difficult for the mucosa to effectively process the inhaled air and as a result affects the oxygen uptake efficiency.

 

If we use nasal respiration, the increase in humidity and temperature of the inhaled air prevents the decrease of oxygen uptake even in colder seasons or climates. When using oral respiration, harmful microbes enter directly through our mouths into the trachea and lungs. This allows the microbes to easily affect surrounding tissues which also leads to a decrease in oxygen uptake.

 

During sleep, most of the muscles in our body are relaxed including our facial muscles. If oral respiration occurs, the oral tissue surrounding our thorax collapses which results in the obstruction of the airways. This not only causes snoring but also obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS). Therefore, it is vital for our health to switch to breathing through our nose (or nasal respiration).

 

It has also been found that many people snore after drinking excessive alcohol. The large quantities of alcohol cause the mucosa to swell which leads to breathing difficulties and involuntary oral respiration. However, compared to nasal respiration oral respiration does have the same oxygen uptake efficiency and the level of dissolved oxygen in blood cells is also lower. People who often consume alcohol or have nasal allergies are more likely to suffer from a heart attack. One of the main causes is decreased dissolved oxygen levels due to oral respiration.

 

So how do we switch from oral respiration to nasal respiration? How do we stop snoring, bad breath, dry mouth and sleep apnea? The answer is simple, use Lip trainer: Patakara to strengthen your facial muscles. When we strengthen the facial muscles around the mouth and throat regions, the tongue rises and touches the pallet in the oral cavity. When this occurs, our mouth is naturally closed. As a result, our body switches over nasal respiration. Therefore, this will stop snoring, prevent bad breath, avoid dry mouth in the morning and stop sleep apnea from occuring.

 

Most people today are conscious about their health and dedicate a long period of time and money to exercise the body. However, facial exercise and health is often overlooked, even when our brain and the largest muscle are situated in our head. Our product Lip trainer: Patakara is an oral device, which stimulates and strengthens the entire facial muscles. At the same time, it also promotes and increases blood circulation in the face resulting in increased brain function and prevents diseases. The device is non-invasive and only requires 5-15 minutes of training a day and significant health improvements can be observed as early as 3-8 weeks with daily training. Use Lip trainer: Patakara to stop snoring, sleep apnea, avoid bad breath and dry mouth in the mornings!

 

Oral respiration does not filter the inhaled air therefore microorganisms colonizes on the trachea which can lead to inflammation.

 

Nasal respiration is what is actually normal. When we nasal breathe, most of the dirty things, bacteria and viruses in the air will be filtered in the nasal cavity first. The dry and cold air is also heated and humidified first via the nasal cavity. Following that is carrying out final cleaning and removal via the pharynx lymphoid to allow clean and cozy air to enter the body.

 

However, when people's lip strength decline, it will unconsciously cause oral respiration. When you oral breathe, the dirty things, bacteria and viruses will directly enter your body without going through the strict filtering procedure. A large number of external harmful substances will cause the tonsils, which is bacteria resistant and maintains physical function not being able to cope. Coupled with the stimulation of dry and cold air, it causes the frequent inflammation of the pharynx lymphoid not being able to exert its immune function, the immune function of the body reduces and will naturally suffer from the invasion of diseases.

 

 

When long-term inflammation of the pharynx lymphoid is occupied long-term by bacteria and viruses, the lymphocyte produced here gets immediately infected. Lymphocyte containing bacteria and viruses will flow up to the whole body with blood. Via the dermis to epidermis, it creates dry skin and becomes atopic dermatitis.

 

When people oral breathe, this represents that the oral cavity muscle is loose and powerless, which will cause the tongue not being able to withstand up to the palate at all times. After falling asleep, the tension of human muscles reduces evidently causing the root of the tongue to sink, which affects the smooth flow of the respiratory tract. When air passes the narrow upper respiratory tract, the acceleration of wind power and the sound produced by vibration of the mucosal is the sound of snoring. Apart from rumbling snoring sound, it even causes temporary respiratory arrest, which becomes the so-called obstructive sleep apnea. Snoring and obstructive sleep apnea is one system with two sides. Almost all people with obstructive sleep apnea syndrome snore. And some people who snore also suffer from sleep apnea.

 

When the bronchiole of small tracheas befalls stenosis, inflammation and blocked by the mucus, it affects the smooth flow of respiration. When external air reduces and is unable to cope with the body's demand for air, physiologically, it naturally produces rapid inhalation reaction and absorbs more oxygen to satisfy the body's needs, and causes the phenomenon of asthma. When asthma occurs, this type of bronchial obstruction phenomenon will cause respiration problems and produces inconvenience to personal life. When oral breathing, the inhaled dry and cold air causes the saliva evaporation inside the oral cavity to become dry, and saliva not being able to exert its sterilisation, cleaning and bacteria resistant functions. Instead, it becomes the environment most suitable for breeding bacteria resulting in considerable breeding inside the oral cavity and lymphoid, which gradually damages the tissue inside the oral cavity until the formation of symptoms and affects our health.

 

The use of Patakara can increase oral and throat muscle strength. The facial muscles of humans overlap and are intertwined, and linked to the orbicularis oris muscle. Therefore, apart from pulling the facial muscles when using Patakara, the tongue will also rise and move the tissues around the hyoid and throat upwards. Apart from the surface muscles, by doing so, it also performs comprehensive muscle strength training from the deep muscle group. When oral muscle strength increases, the respiration method will recover to nasal respiration. After this occurs, it can naturally improve the symptoms caused by oral respiration. Therefore, the continuous use of Patakara for at least 4 times every day for 5 minutes each time can naturally improve your current problems.

 

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