Shirley-Myotape

  Shirley Gutkowski explains why nose breathing is pretty important. Don’t be shy about suggesting mouth taping to help someone achieve healthy breathing. Shirley Gutkowski, BSDH, RDH     Try something as you read this article—breathe only through your nose. If that seems challenging to remember, place a sticky note on your mouth (mouth taping)…

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Sleeping Positions

Do you snore or your partner? It’s really disturbing & annoying whoever snore in night during sleep. It’s time to change your sleeping posture if you consider the reason of your snoring is your sleeping position. Wait a minute! Do you think you can change your deep-seated habit by just reading this article?It’s not that…

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Adverse affects of snoring on health Snoring is strange scaring sounds when air cannot flow freely pass through the airway as you breathe in and out during sleep. Davis et al estimated that at least 30% of the adult population snore. This problem increases with age, and over the age of 60 it affects over…

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Friday Feast

Shirley suggested honey & Xylitol as an antidote to sugar in this interview with Blog Talk Radio.  She tells how food industry is scamming people since 1970s. Food industry adds lots of sweetener to enhance the flavor of product. She also ponder her views on tooth decay, obesity. Listen this informative Podcast to explore how…

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Buteyko Breathing Method is proving to be most of all important in preventive medicine. Issues affecting the airway, starting in infancy, can be prevented or treated by using orofacial myofunctional techniques (OMT). In adults, a combination of OMT and breathing retraining can improve many health markers.

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With Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy (OMT) our job is to get the tongue to the roof of the mouth as a natural landing spot and teach it to stay there. Children who snore turn adults who snore. The problem with snorers is that they do not get enough sleep neither their partner get. In children, the…

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primal air videos

The practice of dental hygiene is very much like nursing was decades ago. As research outside of dental hygiene continues to push clean teeth into the news, is dental hygiene keeping up? What are the holes in dental hygiene research? Let’s explore! Cross Link Radio, health from the eye teeth on down. I’m here to…

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If you know someone who breathes, or you rely on breath yourself, then this podcast if for you. Shirley is an accomplished dental hygienist, oral myofunctional therapist, blogger, podcaster, speaker, writer, envelope pusher, clinical agitator, and entrepreneur. Her newest venture Primal Air OMT and Breathing retraining will open in 2016 where she will focus on…

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