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VIDEO: How Mouth Breathing Can Lead to ADHD, Sleep Apnea, Teeth Crowding and more

Jul 28, 2020 05:18PM ● By Kris Urquhart
Airway Development is not something we normally associate with visiting the dentist, however, Dr. Claire Stagg of Health Connections Dentistry in Indian Harbour Beach FL sheds light on how important it is to breathe through the nose. She shares that when you don’t breathe through your nose, it sets off a cascade of events. These events may include forward head posture, neck and joint problems, and a narrowing arch or palette inside the airway. A narrowing arch leads to less room for teeth. Find out how to avoid having teeth removed by addressing this root cause. Symptoms that can result from a narrowed airway include snoring, sleep apnea, facial lengthening and more. Sleep apnea can be a root issue that leads to cardiovascular dysfunction, hypertension, diabetes, ADHD, polycystic ovarian syndrome, brain fog as a result of too little sleep, depression and even bedwetting. Discover how developing the archway can help patients avoid medications, CPAP, and more. Plus, we cover the power of ozone to get rid of bacteria safely during dental procedures.

Link for Finding Conner Video that Dr. Stagg refers to in her interview.

Health Connections Dentistry - Indian Harbour Beach FL

Health Connections Dentistry - Indian Harbour Beach, FL

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