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  • muscles
  • Just as modern brain science recognizes our brain plasticity's ability to grow new brain cells at any age , given the right conditions, Dr. Belfor's work shows how the head, neck and facial bones and muscles (including the airway) symmetry can be improved (balanced) for more effective breathing, given the right conditions (i.e., his appliance therapy treatment, myofunctional therapy and breathing exercises. (sleep-disorders-gone.com)
  • changes
  • Effects of Changes in Blood Gas Tension and Carotid Sinus Pressure on Airway calibre of Dogs. (asahq.org)
  • indirect
  • Direct calculations of natural speech resistance values were compared with indirect estimates obtained during syllable train production. (naver.com)
  • significant
  • No significant alterations in airway reactivity were observed at one or seven days after exposure either in baseline values or following methacholine (MCh) inhalation challenge. (nih.gov)
  • normal
  • In deeper levels of sleep, especially during REM sleep, the normal protective layers of muscle tone that keeps your airway open during inspiration diminishes. (doctorstevenpark.com)
  • So, if your airway is normal to begin with and you take a deep breath in, a vacuum-like pressure is set up and the back of your tongue can fall back completely. (doctorstevenpark.com)