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MeltedFace

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Re: how to fix asymmetrical cheekbones
« on: March 11, 2017, 09:00:12 am »


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You know the face is full of muscle, and we know that impacts the shape of bones in the skull. It makes sense that change should occur, but for myself I will have to wait and see. I've noticed some lifting since beginning all this stuff at the turn of the year, but I changed:

- swallowing : buccinators are hopefully now in atrophy
- tongue: I work on having it up and back all day
- chewing: my foods tend to be softer, so I chew mastic gum
-sleep: My chin is helped shut by using my hand with knuckles to shut jaw
- face exercises: these happen each day in the Facerobics series - still on Level 1, Series 1
- body posture : I try to keep it good, but I have a spinal weakened. I've revelry gotten a saddle chair and am able to sit on it now. This month I'm hoping to work on it with upright healthy alignment and good head posture

So some I'm doing good, others need more work. I'm starting with no jaw line, and oddly my husband says he sees definition coming in. I'd say what I'm doing isn't making me look any worse, and is helping my health. I'll be reporting any major changes, but probably need more months to see what happens since all of this naturally is slow going.