If you’re in the list of chronic mouth breathers because of a stuffy nose, you’re not alone.
As the weather chills and allergies and colds abound, and nasal congestion becomes a common trend, mouth breathing inevitably follows-especially when you’re sleeping.
I’m sure you’ve seen many passengers asleep on the subways and trains, head and pitched back, mouth wide open, and snoring louder than a diesel engine.
Mouth breathing can surely ruin your social image, but that’s nothing compared to the havoc it can wreak on your health.
Click to read the article from Dr. Steven Y. Park
Dr. Steven Y. Park is an author and surgeon who helps people who are always sick or tired to once again reclaim their health and energy.
His passion is to identify and empower people to overcome sleep-related breathing problems, which most people don’t realize is the real reason for many of their common medical ailments.