Oropharyngeal Exercises for Sleep Apnea?: Abstract and Introduction.
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No Chin?

No Chin?

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This is a great article describing how some very simple excerices (see video in the article) can not only improve Sleep Apnea but also reduce that excess tissue that hangs under your chin.  Oropharyngeal Exercises tighten muscles.  As the muscles tone up in the mouth and throat, they pull up that tissue.  The same thing happens as you exercise your body and your tighter stomach muscles pull your tummy in.

Read the article, watch the video and give it a try.  Taking a before and after picture would help.

Dr Lowrance is a
General Practice and Family Dentistry dentist
specializing in Cosmetic Dentistry, TMJ and Sleep Apnea Appliances
Corpus Christi, TX