Breathing is an essential part of life, and when it comes to mewing, mastering the art of breathing correctly is crucial for achieving the desired results.
This comprehensive guide will explore the importance of proper breathing while mewing and provide actionable steps to ensure you do it correctly.
To breathe correctly, breathe deeply with your nose while having your tongue far back enough but not enough to block your airways, and avoid the common issues that cause breathing issues while mewing.
Breathing While Mewing
Mewing requires maintaining proper tongue posture, which involves nasal breathing.
Breathing through your nose is vital for achieving the desired results, as it allows you to maintain the correct tongue position without obstructing your airways.
Nasal breathing has numerous health benefits, promoting better sleep, reducing stress, and improving respiratory health.
How to Breathe Properly While Mewing
Keep Your Lips Closed
The proper mewing technique requires you to gently keep your lips and teeth closed.
This promotes nasal breathing and ensures the correct tongue placement for effective mewing. Be mindful not to clench your teeth, as excessive force can cause discomfort and dental issues.
Say the Word “Sing”
A helpful tip for achieving the correct tongue position while mewing is to say the word “sing.” As you pronounce the “ng” sound, the back of your tongue will naturally lift against your soft palate.
If you struggle with this, you may be applying too much pressure on your soft palate, obstructing your airways and nasal breathing.
Maintain a Good Body Posture
Proper body posture is crucial for effective mewing and breathing. Slouching or maintaining an uncomfortable position can make focusing on nasal breathing and engaging the correct facial muscles difficult.
Sit or stand with your back straight to ensure maximum success and maintain proper body alignment.
Can’t Breathe While Mewing?
If you can’t breathe while mewing, its probably because your tongue is too far back to the point where its blocking the airways.
Most mewing guides tell you to put your tongue into the back of your mouth, which is true to an extent but there is a limit.
Have your tongue far enough back so that the back of the palate is engaged but don’t put it too far back to where it causes discomfort or obstructs breathing.
Once you move your tongue forward, your breathing should come back.
Breathing while mewing is essential for achieving the desired results and ensuring your overall comfort and success in this facial exercise.
You can effectively improve your facial structure, jawline, and overall appearance by focusing on proper tongue posture, nasal breathing, and maintaining good overall health.
Remember to consult a professional for guidance and be consistent with your mewing practice to achieve the best results.