Snoring can Kill you

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Your Breathing Patterns can Affect

Your Dental Health

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Proper breathing is crucial to your health; the way you breath has an impact on everything you do. No-one ever taught you to breathe; as a baby you just did it. The bad breathing habits started to develop as you grew older but you’re unlikely to have noticed them.
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The proper function of your airways is vital for proper development of the teeth and jaws. Therefore the roof of your mouth – which is the floor of your nose -should be wide and low arched.

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If it is narrow and high arched the nasal cavity will be small and often causes a deviated septum hence reducing the airway for the air to pass through when you are breathing.

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By improving your breathing you can reduce minor problems that can affect your physiology. These include responses to allergens, androgen functioning, structure and strength.

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Snoring Can Kill you

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Breathing problems affect sleeping patterns. This has a profound influence on the human body because breathing problems are a form of stress that interferes with the body’s ability to handle other physiological and psychological stresses in life.
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If you cannot breathe properly

you cannot think properly.

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Snoring isn´t just a social problem; it is also a health issue for the snorer. The problem snorer’s face is that when they sleep, their body is resting and regenerating and therefore needs sufficient supply of oxygen. But with snoring the supply of oxygen is reduced, impacting that rest and regeneration.

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Sleep apnoea is when your breathing stops for a few seconds. This can be extremely dangerous and occasionally fatal if not addressed correctly.

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