KXAN reports on myofunctional therapy, which trains snorers who breath through their mouth to instead breath through their nose, as a way to ease ADHD symptoms.
Myofunctional Therapy trains snorers who breath through their mouth to instead breath through their nose. The idea is better sleep by night and better focus by day.
“When children get tired they are bouncing off the walls. When adults get tired they become basket cases,” said Dr. Martin Denbar, a general dentist and diplomate to the American Board of Sleep Medicine. “So this is what we’re looking for, how to maintain an open airway for those children.”