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Cranial Restructuring / Build a better jaw with a new product on the market!
« Last post by Jaw Breaker on December 05, 2017, 09:17:07 am »
Hi Guys, not sure if anyone has already posted this but theres a new product on the market called Jawzrsize, it builds stronger jaws and wider faces in just 30mins a day!
 
check it out

https://youtu.be/9e4MaSZGxoc

couple this with Mewing and I'm sure you'll get awesome results.
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Cranial Restructuring / 2 months of wierd tongue posture, something to worry about?
« Last post by catalino on December 04, 2017, 07:53:50 pm »
I've been obsessed about my tongue posture for months but I started obsessing heavily somewhere around early October, around mid October I was constantly playing around with my tongue inside my mouth to find the "perfect" oral posture and by October 27th ish I developed a weird slight lower jaw jut in my sleep where I would wake up with my lower jaw close to an edge to edge bite position (I assume this was because I slept with my head tucked down into my chest, causing my lower jaw to slide out slightly when relaxed/sleeping) this continued on for about 3 weeks. and for another 2-3 weeks (early dec to late dec) I didn't have such a great tongue posture because I worried too much and played around with it too much, my tongue was curling up on my palate and caused the underside of it to push against my lower teeth (If you move your tongue tip too far back it will curl and collapse on itself bringing the underside forward, mine isn't as extreme as I just described, but still) . EDIT: Also, if it means anything, in early dec and late dec for some reason my jaw felt like it ached as if it wanted to move forward and I could feel my lower teeth on my upper teeth, thankfully this only lasted a short time and went away, I assume this was from the underside of my tongue pushing forward on the lower teeth.

So basically 1.5-2 months of a weak tongue posture.
 
I know it probably sounds silly, in fact typing it out here made me realize that it's probably not as bad as i'm playing it out in my mind. But intuitively, do you feel this is something to worry about? I feel like I'm alot uglier now, but maybe I'm just being delusional and overly worry prone because the people I've asked said they haven't noticed any change in my face in terms of bone prominence or shape.
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Cranial Restructuring / Re: Help, my back teeth are tipping when I expand
« Last post by TheNo0n3 on December 04, 2017, 04:10:52 pm »
I've started to notice that my back teeth are tipping outwards.
What do you mean by that? Can you show on picture/drawing?
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Cranial Restructuring / Re: We Mew Or We Die
« Last post by TheNo0n3 on December 04, 2017, 04:10:09 pm »
Is this jamo716? Is your method still the same? Could you post side view?
Really looks like him, especially the username, but why scramble the face when the original pictures are pretty well-known. Anyway, mewing doesnt really involve belt facepulling and thats what got you the most results and they are amazing, no lie about it.
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Cranial Restructuring / Re: We Mew Or We Die
« Last post by Progress on December 04, 2017, 09:03:03 am »
Is this jamo716? Is your method still the same? Could you post side view?
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Cranial Restructuring / We Mew Or We Die
« Last post by returningfornow on December 03, 2017, 03:16:07 pm »




It's simple!
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Cranial Restructuring / Help, my back teeth are tipping when I expand
« Last post by Thefire on November 30, 2017, 05:35:57 pm »
I've started to notice that my back teeth are tipping outwards. It's been 1 month since I started to expand my palate. I chew alot of gum every day to prevent this. Should I stop expanding? Or do you have any other advice?
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Cranial Restructuring / Re: Tongue too far back?
« Last post by catalino on November 28, 2017, 08:38:26 pm »
This clears up everything! Thanks! Stupidly, I was going strong with the oral posture until late October I worried too much about the tongue being far back and ended up with a tongue thrust in the last 3 weeks. I'm still 17 so I really, really, really hope there's enough time to fix the mild backwards progress I've made in the last month or so.
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Cranial Restructuring / Re: Tongue too far back?
« Last post by Progress on November 28, 2017, 07:02:26 pm »
Ah, well yes. Considering how posterior tongue touches not just the palate, but the lower wings of the sphenoid too, that may have some practical validity:



And in addition, the anterior part of the palate truly is separated by another suture:



In the end, proper tongue posture leads to pressure being generated against both the anterior and posterior palate/sphenoid, so the most useful thing would be to simply focus on achieveing as wholesome tongue posture as possible.
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Cranial Restructuring / Re: Tongue too far back?
« Last post by catalino on November 28, 2017, 05:13:25 pm »
Thanks for the information, I was worrying about this for a month, constantly fiddling around with my tongue trying to find the right position, but hearing this from you makes me less anxious.
A user on the site Lookism by the name of Donsjohns stated that the further back the pressure is applied on the hard palate, the more influence it will have higher up on the face (Posterior part of palate influences the middle third, while the more the pressure is located towards the anterior part of the palate, the more the lower third of the face will be influenced)
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