Children's Breathing

Helping children to breathe healthy.

Children's Breathing Matters

Have you ever considered the importance of how your children are breathing?

Would you like to have more information about how to know if your children are breathing well and the role this plays in their health and well-being?

How Children Breathe

In my 20 years of experience teaching in primary schools I have observed a noticeable pattern – Children who breathe through their mouths as a habit tend to have more challenges and issues with learning and concentration.

How is this possible? 

Well, quite simply by breathing through their mouths as a habit each day the children are receiving less oxygen uptake to their brains and muscles and this is limiting their potential in school. How our children are breathing all day and night is very important to their health and development.

Helping children breathe in a healthy way

There are many negative consequences of mouth breathing in children.

Children who breathe through their mouths are more likely to have crooked teeth.

How our children breathe affects the growth and development of their jaws. Good breathing is always through the nose as a habit. Nose breathing encourages lip-seal and a healthy resting posture for the tongue inside the child’s mouth.

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Free call to talk about your needs for 20 minutes. No charge and no commitment! Just a conversation about breathing.

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