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Population:

Pediatric

Discipline:

SLP

Diagnosis:

ArticulationFeeding and Swallowing
Mouth-breathing is a maladaptive, compensatory behavior. Human facial anatomy was designed for breathing to occur through the nose. The nasal cavity filters the air we breathe, and allows airflow into the body for proper craniofacial development. The harmful effects of mouth-breathing in children are becoming more well-understood. This handout provides a brief overview of information […]
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