Good, functional breathing in childhood helps to create foundations for life-long health and correct structural development. A large number of children have breathing issues or dysfunctions that are often overlooked or dismissed as unimportant.

The good news is that once the causes of a child’s breathing issues are addressed, poor breathing habits and incorrect muscle function can often be corrected through breathing exercises and functional retraining of orofacial muscles and posture.

Signs that a child’s breathing may need attention:

  • Mouth breathing
  • Frequent colds
  • Pale face, dark circles under the eyes
  • Past or present asthma
  • Lots of blocked and runny noses
  • Snoring or sleep apnea
  • Restless or difficult sleep
  • Tooth grinding at night
  • Bedwetting
  • Unusual breathing patterns with irregular breathing
  • Unexplained breathlessness
  • Narrow palate, crooked teeth, poor jaw development

 

Join us 6.30-8pm on Wednesday 17 July when Rosalba presents this talk at Genbiome, 2 / 2 New McLean St, Edgecliff

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