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Re: Chewing with Incisors
« Reply #30 on: June 27, 2016, 12:44:34 pm »
Good luck buddy! Remember not to hurt yourself. Listen to your body, not how much time you think you need to be pulling.

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Re: Chewing with Incisors
« Reply #31 on: June 27, 2016, 06:54:06 pm »
just keep on going, keep mewing hard and smiling hard with proper head posture throughout the day, chew hard foods and chewing gum and do Jaw exercises to build muscle tone and strength to keep your mouth closed while you sleep, And keep doing the ordinary face pulling and belt face pulling and you should have enough space for your tounge in no time,
And thats when you'll really shine and your results will skyrocket
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Re: Chewing with Incisors
« Reply #32 on: June 28, 2016, 01:21:31 am »
Thank you both!  Feeling more positive already :)

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Re: Chewing with Incisors
« Reply #33 on: June 28, 2016, 07:12:30 am »
@W

It could also be that your scleras are showing more simply because your body posture has gotten better, but your maxilla hasn't.





With poor head forwards posture, the head is often rotated slightly upwards in order to compensate the recessed maxilla. But when the whole head is held in an angle in order to artificially move maxilla to a more optimal position, it inevitably results in the upper half of your face being tilted upwards, causing your irises to stay closer to the bottom eye lid when looking towards the horizon. This helps the bottom eyelids to hide the scleras, although not in a good way biologically.


People with good maxillary positions can set their heads directly towards the horizon line (with chin tucked in) and have no scleras show, because their bone structure gives enough support for the eyelids. Even though in reality their forehead and eyes are angled more downwards than those of someone who is compensating for maxilla. Good faces are almost convex-like whereas recessive faces are concaves (or the other way around, however it goes).


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Re: Chewing with Incisors
« Reply #34 on: June 28, 2016, 11:50:12 am »
@nobody.  Thank you for your reply and diagram.


I get what you're saying...Over the past year, I think my back posture has become a bit straighter because I've been 'barefoot' exercising and wearing shoes, less.  This has resulted in strengthened ankles and straighter/more spaced out toes. (I believe Dr. Mew is currently doing research on the form /function of the feet, and body/oral posture, so that will be interesting...) Now, if I stand up straight and look straight ahead in the mirror, the sclera does show a tiny bit.

I think you're right that my posture is changing, but my maxilla hasn't swung upwards/forwards yet.. (Actually, the sclera probably isn't as bad as I imagine...It's not really noticeable unless looking close up. It also seems to go through periods of improving and regressing, which is things adjusting, perhaps)  Come to think of it, I've always had a 'tilted upwards' head and I guess my features just adapted to that, even though it wasn't optimal...

However, my side cheekbones came out a bit since I've been mewing.  However, I have a tongue-between-teeth thing happening on the right side of my dental arch, so I doubt my maxilla can properly go up/forwards, until that's sorted.  Can't for the life of me expand it with my tongue though.




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Re: Chewing with Incisors
« Reply #35 on: July 10, 2016, 12:10:33 pm »
HI everyone!

I just wanted to say that I appreciate the effort you are putting into finding out the best way to facepull and putting up informational links like the one for face pulling with a belt!

I am with you on that journey.

Regards and keep up the good research :)

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Re: Chewing with Incisors
« Reply #36 on: December 09, 2017, 11:21:33 am »
can someone explain how the belt face pulling is done ? all the threads regarding the procedure are deleted ...
and btw any updates ? especially from jamo716 ? mayb some side b side comparison ?