There are a few reasons you might be snoring. The most common is that your tongue is sliding back and blocking your throat. When this happens, a person may revert to mouth breathing, or start snoring through the nose. For those with sleep apnea, this would...

Do you have trouble sleeping? Do you have seasonal allergies? You might want to tape your mouth at bedtime. Are you nervous about taping your mouth at night? I get it.  I was very uncomfortable about it in the beginning. After I experienced the many benefits, I was sold...

  There can be many contributors to neck pain. The more you understand your habits, the more you can adjust yourself during the day and in the end, decrease neck tension. This applies to breathing habits. If you have chronic neck issues you could be: Raising your shoulders while...

Does the idea of wearing masks make you feel irritated? Maybe a bit grrrr inside? Do you find it frustrating, hot, uncomfortable? Does it bug you so much that you are avoiding your favorite stores? Are you getting pulled in 2 directions; some saying it makes no difference...

To start here are some symptoms of chronic mouth breathing: 1. Often out of breath and fatigued 2. Increased anxiety 3. Prone to asthma and exercise induced asthma 4. Dry mouth in the morning 5. Getting sick easily 6. Sinus issues, stuffy nose 7. Frequent coughing or throat clearing 8.  Feeling of oxygen...

This is a fascinating and vital read if you are interested in health and endurance. "Oxygen Advantage" by Patrick McKeown is available as a audiobook as well as paperback. The book and it's research makes the case that we tend to over-breath. That we get rid...