There are a number of adverse impacts of mouth Breathing:
Impaired Air Filtration :
In the absence of nasal mucosa filtration, airborne dirt and impurities can easily enter and be absorbed into the respiratory tract.
Mouth breathing can cause dryness in the mouth and throat, resulting in inadequate saliva production. This can potentially harm the oral mucosa and lead to an increase in oral inflammation.
Risk of Sleep Apnea:
Breathing through your mouth at night can potentially result in airway obstruction and an increased risk of sleep apnea.
Mouth breathing can lead to a reduction in saliva production, causing acidic erosion of teeth and increasing the risk of tooth decay and tooth-borne infections.
Long-term mouth breathing can have a negative impact on the facial aesthetics, particularly the side profile.
iBreath is designed to prevent mouth breathing.
To use iBreath, simply place it in your mouth and swallow it to create a "self-suction" effect. The oral negative pressure generated by iBreath helps slightly fixate the tongue in the upper jaw. Regular use of iBreath will assist in developing the correct and natural method of nasal breathing.