. @DrStevenLin: mouth breathing – risk of #behaviour #ADHD ? #dental #health

. @DrStevenLin: mouth breathing – risk of #behaviour #ADHD ? #dental #health

Experts are uncovering the long-term health issues such as ADHD symptoms and sleep disorders that all relate to improper jaw and breathing patterns in growing children


Posted on June 28, 2016, in Notes. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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