Nasal breathing is able to dramatically alter the structure of your face.
And while nasal breathing alone can create a difference in how you look, tongue posture, biomechanics, diet, and overall posture will accelerate that process even more.
When we increase the circumference of our nasal airways, stimulate our tongue and jaw more (and better), eat more micronutrient-dense food — including less foods that are soft by nature — as well as enhance the way we sit, stand, walk, and do physical activity, the structure of our faces begin to change.
Cheek muscles become less overstimulated from the absence of mouth breathing resulting in jaw muscles becoming more defined. This also results in the widening of the jaw, and a chin beginning to move forward.
As posture improves, our vision plane changes to become more aligned. This alone can prevent vision issues, including vision-related headaches, which enhances our appearance from looking “lazy” to looking alert.