From sculpting your jawline, improving your facial profile, and helping you fix your asymmetrical face, the compelling benefits of mewing go on and on. They are enough to keep you motivated to mew all day long.
You might already know how long you should be mewing a day, but about the time you’re sound asleep?
Is it even possible to mew while sleeping?
While it might seem like a challenge, but it's totally possible to mew even while sleeping. How so? If you pay more attention to your lip position since you can’t force your tongue to stay actively flattened against your palate when you’re unconscious.
So, how to mew while sleeping? By the end of this article, you'll find out:
Let’s get right into it!
You probably already know what mewing is.
Key principles of practicing correct mewing technique tick the following points:
But can you mew even while you're fast asleep?
The answer is a straight yes! You can.
Since mewing is all about having the right oral posture, you can actually maintain that during unconscious moments when you're snoozing away. However, it might not be the same for everyone.
You know when you sleep, your muscles tend to relax, including the ones in your face and mouth. It's just your body's way of getting that much-needed rest. So, it could be a bit trickier to keep up the picture-perfect mewing position while you're in deep slumber.
What you can try doing is – focusing on one of the key elements of the orthotropic premise: your lip positioning.
When it comes to mewing while sleeping, the position of your lips actually takes the spotlight over your tongue. It's super important to keep those lips sealed and breathe through your nose while you sleep.
But don't worry, you don’t have to force that upon yourself.
Luckily, there are a few simple strategies you can try to help you keep your mouth closed at night until it becomes second nature. The best part is they're totally doable! We'll walk you through them step by step. So, stick with us to learn all the details.
“Why do I need to mew at night too, when I’m already mewing during the daytime”?
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It’s one question that many of you might ask after going through a beginner’s mewing tutorial.
So, why do you need to mew while sleeping? Is it even necessary?
When you mew during sleep, you keep a consistent pressure on your bones, which helps promote bone remodeling. And let's remember, it's the duration of mewing that really counts, not just how hard you push.
Now, if you want to extend your mewing hours each day, sleeping while mewing easily adds extra time to your mewing routine.
However, mewing during sleep isn't only about pushing your palate. It's also about maintaining the right tongue posture and steering clear of being a mouth breather, even when you’re asleep.
What’s more – Mewing comes with a bundle of health benefits, especially for sleep. When you keep your mouth closed and your tongue in the right place during sleep, you can say goodbye to snoring and help sleep apnea. Plus, it helps reduce stress by breathing through your nose.
Studies show that people with obstructive sleep apnea tend to breathe through their mouth or both mouth and nose.
Now, mewing while you sleep might not come naturally at first. As we mentioned earlier, if you're new to mewing, it could be a bit tricky to do it in your sleep.
Make sure you mew more often during the day and follow the tips below. With time and effort, you should be able to nail the correct tongue posture even while you're sleeping.
Another reason you might find it tough to mew in your sleep is if you have a narrow palate. If your palate is on the narrower side, you might already struggle or feel like it's impossible to mew when you're awake.
But fear not, consider getting a palate expander. This nifty device will widen your palate, giving your tongue more space to comfortably mew. Once you've used the palate expander, you can practice mewing during sleep once it's removed.
Once you have a thorough and solid mewing guide right before your eyes, it’s easy to master the correct mewing principles.
Mewing can be rewarding to those who won’t give up within a week or so. Not only does it potentially save you from invasive surgeries, but the best part is, it's something you can do completely free!
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Now comes the biggest question, “How do I mew while I am asleep”?
As we discussed earlier, if you only consider mewing as pressing your tongue on the roof of your mouth, then mewing at night might seem challenging. However, Mike Mew states that if you've got a solid mewing routine going. There's hope that your resting tongue posture will gradually improve, even during those precious sleep hours.
Woman with a mouth-breather face at night
Now, here's a little twist: If you broaden your understanding of mewing to include all the strategies Dr. Mew recommends for enhancing your facial structure, then you can indeed mew at night.
How? By simply keeping your lips sealed.
Before you dive into mewing at night, it’s important to figure out whether you're a mouth breather or a nose breather during the night.
Here's a simple way to tell: If you snore, chances are you sleep with your mouth wide open. Also, waking up with a sore throat or a dry mouth might indicate that your mouth remains open while you sleep. If you catch yourself frequently opening your mouth during the day, chances are you're doing the same thing at night – you have an open mouth posture.
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Here are some simple and easily-to-do ways to mew at night.
To ensure consistency with proper mewing oral posture techniques – which include tongue, teeth, and lips posture – you'll be able to avoid becoming a mouth breather. Remember, this is the essential and primary practice: mew throughout the day so that your posture becomes second nature.
Mewing App’s oral posture reminders help to a great extent with that!
Make sure to pay attention to whether your lips tend to stay open naturally during the night.
To minimize the chances of mouth breathing while you sleep, make a conscious effort to focus on your lips before you drift off to sleep.
There's a connection between sleep apnea and mewing, which means the mewing technique might assist with your sleep apnea. And as we mentioned earlier, the key lies in your lips. Here's what you can do: stretch your lip(s) by pulling them down and holding them in position for about 10 to 20 seconds. This will help you achieve the right lip posture while you sleep.
Now, stretching alone won't cut it – you also need to strengthen your lips to mew effectively throughout the night. Try this exercise: purse your lips, grab a toothpick, and hold it in place for about a minute. You can also try out several other facial exercises for the jawline that include lip positioning.
You can also opt for mouth tapes if you require hard practice to mew at night. It's a simple technique that ensures you won't mouth-breathe while you snooze. Here's how to do it:
Did you know that sleeping on your side can actually help correct your tongue posture? Sleeping on your back, especially with multiple pillows or an uneven surface, might pull your tongue backward.
If you are concerned about potential facial asymmetry from sleeping on one side of your face, here's a handy tip. Try switching sides every night or even when you wake up during the night. This simple change can help maintain an even balance on your face and potentially prevent facial asymmetry.
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Mewing has tons of benefits for an attractive facial profile and good oral health. And that is why you want to know how to mew while sleeping. The key is to practice mewing by following proper techniques – especially your lips position.
Remember, you shouldn't be mouth-breathing in the first place. So let's get used to it and get used to nasal breathing for maximum mewing results.
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