Over the years I have noticed an increasing tendency for children to show evidence of chronic or habitual mouth breathing. This has a negative effect not only on the development of the jaws the shape of the developing cranium and the occlusion but also on the general health of the child.
I have been trying to help children develop nasal breathing for over twenty years. I have discovered more
ways that don’t work than ways that do! I use several different techniques either separately or together.