Master Myofunctional Therapy for Better Sleep, Energy, Concentration, and More with Sarah Hornsby
Think of myofunctional therapy as physical therapy, but only focusing on mouth, tongue, and face muscles. Sarah Hornsby—a registered dental hygienist and orofacial myofunctional therapist—explains how muscular imbalances in these areas may result in breathing problems, which have a great impact on our sleep quality, cognitive function, joint health, and energy levels.
In the podcast, she offers a simple 30-second assessment you can do to determine if you’re sleeping efficiently throughout the night, along with tips on how to improve your breathing for better health. Listen in now.
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