Clover Valley Wellness

Clover Valley Wellness

We provide orofacial myofunctional therapy, integrative posture and breathing education for all ages . Giving you the tools to help yourself!

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Sleep-Disordered Breathing: The Hidden Sleep Problem Linked With ADHD and Even Orthodontics 19/11/2021

So thankful to see the word getting out about sleep and breathing. Myofunctional therapy and breathing re education are important parts of the team approach in addressing sleep breathing disorders. What a blessing to be a part of the solution and see transformative changes in both children and adults every week .

Sleep-Disordered Breathing: The Hidden Sleep Problem Linked With ADHD and Even Orthodontics If your kid still wakes up in the middle of the night or is irritable during the day, they may have an underlying breathing issue. Treatment can help them get the rest they need.

Use Your COMPASS to Overcome Sleep Apnea 29/10/2021

Myofunctional therapy and breathing education with children can really help with preventing this condition by promoting proper growth and development of the face and airway . It is never too late to make a positive change

Use Your COMPASS to Overcome Sleep Apnea One of the most common questions I get asked by patients is, “what’s the best treatment for sleep apnea.?” In my mind, it’s like asking “what’s the best type of car to get?” Ultimately, it depends. People prefer different cars for different reasons. In the same way, there are various w...

Your Swallow, Smile and Sleep are More Related Than You Think! — Michelle Veneziano, DO | Flow as Medicine 13/03/2021

Osteopathy has been so beneficial to my myofunctional therapy clients and my family. I love that they recognize the importance of proper tongue posture and function !

Your Swallow, Smile and Sleep are More Related Than You Think! — Michelle Veneziano, DO | Flow as Medicine By  Michelle Veneziano, DO This article is peer-reviewed Did you know that with one small intervention you can sleep more deeply, awaken refreshed, relieve neck, back and jaw pain, improve the symmetry of your face, avoid costly orthodontic interventions, and even heal your brain? Deca

The Science of Slow Deep Breathing 22/02/2021

The Science of Slow Deep Breathing Adults breathe at an average of 15 breaths per minute, but when you intentionally slow that down you allow more time for your body to self-regulate.

#29: Dr Jill interviews Beth O'Hara 03/01/2021

#29: Dr Jill interviews Beth O'Hara In Episode #29, Dr. Jill interviews Beth O’Hara founder of Mastcell360 on Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS) triggers, treatments and tips.View Beth's Site...

Instagram Photos 23/12/2020

Where is your tongue at rest?

When the lips are sealed and the tongue is pressed up against the palate, intraoral pressure dynamics will help support high tongue posture during natural resting condition. This helps improve nasal breathing, reduce mouth breathing and snoring, as well as improve tongue-base obstruction, and positional sleep apnea and/or UARS. ZaghiMD.com

Online Level 1 Training April 2021 | Franklin Method 23/12/2020

I recommend checking out the 2 hour webinar replays for 'relaxed shoulders' and 'flexible ribcage' if you want a deep dive into tools to support functional posture and healthy breathing 30% off until Jan 1 2021

Online Level 1 Training April 2021 | Franklin Method This course is open to everyone, no matter where you are in the world. It will be held on the online streaming platform Zoom.

23/11/2020

Amazing instructor -he will change the way you think about moving. If you want to change your body , you first have to change your mind!

Learn Franklin Method techniques to help melt away stress, release tension and improve your mood in our free webinar on December 8 taught by Eric Franklin.

Register now https://www.optp.com/eric-franklin-webinar

Functional Oral and Airway Health Summit 03/11/2020

What a great opportunity to learn about this life changing topic from some of my mentors, colleagues and leaders in the field. It is essential to learn to recognize root cause issues and options for solutions early for optimal growth and development, cognitive function, emotional regulation and so much more.

Functional Oral and Airway Health Summit Register for the new 2020 Functional Oral and Airway Health Summit. Top clinicians discuss discuss breathing, airway and sleep issues - especially as they affect children. Educate yourself and be your own health care advocate.

28/09/2020
Peter Beckwith to Host Webathon for Airway Health 28/09/2020

Poor health, chronic disease, inability to learn and perform well, anxiety and depression, memory loss and more can all be the results of poor breathing, non-restorative sleep and a restricted airway. The yearly toll in early death and altered lives far exceeds the cost of COVID. The good news—we do not need to wait for a safe vaccine to treat the airway pandemic! A growing list of effective treatments exist today. Join the Foundation for Airway Health's efforts to win the battle against the Airway Pandemic.The first ever Breathe-A-Thon, on Oct. 2, 2020 is a worldwide 12 hour live and recorded virtual event on Facebook Live. It will be broadcast 8:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m. PT, with presentations from experts, success stories, celebrities, entertainment, and loads of tips you can use for better breathing and sleeping.

Want to be sure you don’t miss it? Go to the Global Airway O2 Day website , claim your free virtual ticket and find out the spectacular line-up of guests. https://globalo2day.org

Peter Beckwith to Host Webathon for Airway Health Peter Beckwith has an important message for you in time for Global Airway Health Day. “Healthy breathing and healthy sleep are critical for a robust and healthy immune system,” says the board member of the Foundation for Airway Health in a video promoting the international day that is commemorat...

Photos from My Munch Bug - Melanie Potock's post 13/09/2020
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Did you know ?

Mouth breathing and effortful breathing are one of the earliest signs of sleep-disordered breathing and eventually sleep apnea.

Observation and awareness of sleep and breathing habits are key to early diagnosis.

Learn more
www.thebreatheinstitute.com
ZaghiMD.com

Setting a Sleep Routine for Back to School — SCREENAGERS 26/08/2020

Good sleep is critical for health and we know that how you are breathing impacts this. Light and electronic frequency exposure is another factor that is changing our circadian rhythms and influencing restorative sleep. It is alarming the number of messages come in on my daughters phone after midnight and awareness of this influence leads to the beginning of change

Setting a Sleep Routine for Back to School — SCREENAGERS Today I discuss powerful research regarding how sleep deficiency can impact brain development. Having a calm conversation about the latest science of sleep and brain development before even broaching the ideas of new sleep rules can be effective.

How to Breathe while Wearing Face Mask? 09/07/2020

Great tips for how to breathe while wearing a mask and the rationale and benefits of nasal breathing in general
https://youtu.be/uRzk-dilOdU

How to Breathe while Wearing Face Mask? Determine how well you breathe Reduce symptoms such as headache Nasal breathing for improved oxygen uptake in the blood Reduce viral load and duration Breath...

How The 'Lost Art' Of Breathing Can Impact Sleep And Resilience 30/05/2020

I am so thankful that the word is getting out about the importance of proper breathing. Sometimes the missing piece of the puzzle for optimal health. I coach in Buteyko breathing methods along with other techniques that address the biomechanics and psychological aspects of breathing. Lips closed, use your nose! https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2020/05/27/862963172/how-the-lost-art-of-breathing-can-impact-sleep-and-resilience

How The 'Lost Art' Of Breathing Can Impact Sleep And Resilience While researching his book, Breath, James Nestor participated in a study in which his nose was completely plugged for 10 days, forcing him to breathe solely through his mouth. "I felt awful," he says.

Face masks may lead to mouth breathing 29/05/2020

Wearing a mask? Make sure you breathe through your nose! Nitric oxide, produced in the nasal passages not only helps increase oxygenation to the body but it is a major part of the bodies defense system against bacterial and viral infections . Breathing through your mouth does not turn on your immune response like the nose . https://youtu.be/cnbxMrOk5aw

Face masks may lead to mouth breathing

Interview with Karyn Kasvin - Mouth Breathing Awareness 27/05/2020

Thank you Sarah Hornsby for giving me the opportunity to share our story. Natasha is amazing and certainly inspires me to help other children and adults move, breathe and function well!

Interview with Karyn Kasvin - Mouth Breathing Awareness May is Mouth Breathing Awareness Month! That means over the next month, I'll posting on social media every day, trying to spread the word, and I've asked my ...

06/05/2020

A tongue thrust isn't a diagnosis....it's a symptom of an underlying issue.
My job as a therapist is to help uncover the underlying cause so we can treat the problem at the source.

Maybe it's an airway issue that needs an Allergist or ENT's help.....

Maybe it's a tongue tie....

Maybe it's a former or current sucking habit....

but the tongue thrust isn't the problem....it's the symptom of a bigger problem!

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