Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) said …
"There's no counterfeit air. The air is pressurized into us as an incoming process.
"We have two hours and forty minutes of incoming breath during meditation — two hours to breathe and forty minutes to crap."
George Catlin (Shut Your Mouth and Save ... Read More
According to Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) …
"Yawning is a suction, siphoning out the gas. Then you can breathe more through your nostrils."
And nasal breathing helps preserve your teeth.
George Catlin (Shut Your Mouth and Save Your Life, Ninth Edition, 1891) wrote ...
"If Civilized m... Read More
Native Americans commonly called white settlers "pale faces."
They also called them "black mouths."
Mouth breathing (as opposed to nasal breathing) is responsible for numerous diseases, not just dental and facial ones.
George Catlin (Shut Your Mouth and Save Your Life, Ninth Edition, 1891) ... Read More
Excessive swallowing is a cause of tooth decay, over-strengthening the muscles that contract the jaws.
Adenoids often cause rhinitis (runny nose) and post-nasal drainage, leading to excessive swallowing.
Anxiety can also lead to over-salivation and chronic swallowing.
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We're told to "chew like a caveman for good teeth" by pundits who don't have a clue about it.
These "experts" — including Pf. Jimmy Steele, head of the School of Dental Sciences at Newcastle University, and Dr. Nigel Carter, of the British Dental Health Association — obviously don't know the ... Read More