How Does Nose Breathing Differ from Mouth Breathing?

The benefits of nasal breathing are plentiful

Nose breathing

Your nose is designed to help you breathe safely, and efficiently, and keep you healthy.

The benefits of nasal breathing are plentiful. Some of the benefits are:

How can mouth breathing affect you?

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  • Mouth breathing
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