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Shut your mouth and save your life
|Statement||by George Catlin ; with 29 illustrations from drawings by the author.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 102 p. :|
|Number of Pages||102|
Your stomach juices not only contain acid, but also bile, bacteria and digestive enzymes. Catlin was fascinated by the Indians and their looks and culture. By the simple measure of elevating the head to an angle where nasal congestion does not occur and the mouth can be kept shut, snoring and sleep apnea in many cases can be prevented. Catlin loved people, their faces, and to paint faces expressing feelings. Take a moment to view his introductory video.
Nitric oxide is secreted into the nasal passages and is inhaled through the nose. Moreover, there were no deformities in their children, and no child deaths from disease. Sleeping with an open mouth is far from natural. So why is mouth breathing bad for you? He worked as a lawyer and then at the age of 34 in began his travels in the Western United States.
The risk here is that the child will open its mouth to breathe more and expel some of the heat through exhalation. Let me tell you the story of George Catlin to open your eyes of the importance of nose breathing while sleeping. She has written thirteen books including Let. This creates a fertile environment for bacterial growth and the result could be pneumonia. His testimony also carries with it the fundamental key to what true health is based upon. Catlin began his life amongst modern for that time Americans but moved out west living amongst the American Indians after the Civil War.
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He admired the Native American peoples for their traditions and distinctive appearance, and took to painting them - his marked talent led to their respect for his gifts, and they duly welcomed him with friendship.
Within just a few days, he decided to make it his life mission to paint and document the Indians and their culture and history. Catlin was fascinated by the Indians and their looks and culture.
This edition contains all of the original illustrations the author made. The purpose of this book was to convince Americans back home how to make the same changes he did and to inform them that many of the hard parts of life are not necessary. Things like the common cold, allergies and stuffy noses cause us to breathe through our mouths and over extended periods of time continuing in that pattern, facial development changes.
On the right is the same person with her mouth closed. Mouth breathing at rest relentlessly means that we are hyperventilating, which leads to oxygen deficiency. So why is mouth breathing bad for you?
It is similar to when a dog pants over-breathes after physical activity because it does not have the ability to sweat. Here are 5 reasons: 1. He surmised that it is important for teeth, while they are forming, to meet and constantly feel each other and are thus reminded of their relative, natural positions in the mouth.
You see evidence of this in our current society, such as in children with ADHD, who are often mouth breathers. The Indians had fantastic health Catlin noted that those Indian tribes that had not been influenced by the western lifestyle had zero infant mortality.
This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations. Within just a few days, he decided to make it his life mission to paint and document Indian culture and history.
He probably considered himself average amongst those living and felt lucky to be alive not dead. What to say and how to say it. Like so many other early observers, Catlin was struck by the beauty of their teeth. A mouth breather, he often woke up with inflamed and bleeding lungs and his sleep was miserable.
I am compelled to believe, and feel authorized to assert, that a great proportion of the diseases prematurely fatal to human life, as well as mental and physical deformities, and destruction of the teeth, are caused by the abuse of the lungs, in the Mal-respiration of Sleep : and also, that the pernicious habit, though contracted in infancy or childhood, or manhood, may generally be corrected by a steady and determined perseverance [sic], based upon a conviction of its baneful and fatal results.
It requires no more than common sense to perceive that Mankind, like all of the Brute creations, should close their mouths when they close their eyes in sleep, and breathe through their nostrils. In order to give a child the best possible start in life, it is important to make sure from the first day of its existence that its mouth is closed when sleeping.
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In his book entitled “Shut Your Mouth & Save Your Life” written in he details his assertions that the bad habit of modern man of mouth breathing was the cause of much of his disease and disfigurement.
This was based on his close observation and questioning of thousands of. The importance of breathing properly, through your nose, maximizes the oxygenation of your brain, heart and other working muscles.
Patrick McKeown, the author of The Oxygen Advantage states in his book, “It is a common misconception that breathing in a larger volume of air increases the oxygenation of the blood. However, it is physiologically.
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Shut your mouth and save your life by George Catlin; 7 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Health and hygiene, Health promotion, Indians of North America, Mouth breathing, Respiration, Sleep, Social life .