To swallow, a habit as constant as breathing, happens normally twice a minute. While it seems a universal trait would be uniformly performed, it can go wrong. How?
It seems that breast-feeding develops the tongue muscle to rest at the top of the mouth and allow for nasal breathing and to swallow from that same positioning.
Today’s lifestyle has taken more to bottles and pacifiers than breastfeeding and the position of the tongue then rests at the bottom of the month and creates issues that cause the symptoms tied to Sleep Disordered Breathing.
HealthyStart™️ can retrain the tongue if we can get started early in your child’s life. That is an important decision with long term consequences as the clock is ticking towards the adolescence that brings the opportunity to a halt.
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