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Why You Should Check Your Tongue for Scallops We've all heard the expression "bite your tongue," but what does it mean when you unconsciously are? Teeth marks on the edges of your tongue are a sign that you are literally biting...
Irregular tense breathing makes the nervous system tense and fails to oxygenate the blood adequately. Instead, practice slow, deep, smooth breathing.
Sudden onset of shortness of breath is a medical emergency and could indicate: A clot in the lungs (pulmonary embolism) Aspiration of a foreign body Heart attack Shortness of breath, even when mild,...
Chest breathing means that you are expanding the chest on the breath, as opposed to just the belly.
Belly breathing means when the belly expands on the breath due to the bering down of the diaphragm. Belly breathing is essential for a full deep breath.
Tension in the jaw area is a sign of struggle. Attempts to "toughen up" or "grin & bear it" tend to cause tension and soreness in the jaw. Pain in this area may also indicate infection and abscess of a tooth. This condition should be checked by a...
A popping or clicking jaw is generally related to stress making the jaw tense, poor alignment of the neck and spine. The jaw is related to the throat chakra issue - responsible for filtering as well as integrating thoughts, desires and moral...
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