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Attractive Face or Not? It depends on Tongue Posture



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Skull anatomy images provided by Kenhub. To learn more about the anatomy of the human body, check out their awesome learning materials: https://bit.ly/2Rz3SZl

If you’re interested in this topic and how to properly “mew” (practice good oral posture and other habits that encourage good facial development), check out the Orthotropics channel: https://bit.ly/2DciWp0

One thing missing from this discussion is the health impacts of having good oral posture. Considering the airway is at the back of the face, having a receded chin or maxilla could hinder your airway, having big implications for sleep apnea.

Clarification on the title: I of course don’t mean to suggest that attractiveness depends *only* on tongue posture. Nutrition of the mother and nutrition of the person during formative years surely play a very large role in how the face develops. In fact, the book Nutrition and Physical Degeneration would suggest that; fat soluble vitamins being very important for fertility and proper development of young, with grains & sugar (“modern foods”) being very detrimental for development and oral health especially.
Oral posture would be another piece of the puzzle.

NOTE ON SUTURE FUSION: I wish I had used the phrasing “these sutures are not *completely* fused together,” or “sutures are not *completely closed* …” It’s understood that after birth, the sutures of the skull “fuse” together by age 2 or so. One study found that complete closure of certain sutures does not occur until as late as 70 years old. Another found that “The human frontozygomatic suture undergoes synostosis during the eigth decade of life, but does not completely fuse by the age of 95 years” based on 61 human cadavers aged 20 to 95.

This topic with a focus on facial development’s affect on respiration and sleep apnea is discussed in Dr. Felix Liao’s “Six Foot Tiger, Three Foot Cage” – https://amzn.to/2WMpPGk

Another great book not mentioned in the video is “Jaws: The Story of a Hidden Epidemic” – https://amzn.to/2HVJoIR

Weston Price’s “Nutrition and Physical Degeneration” – https://amzn.to/2HZTB7f

PDF of the transcript with links to sources: https://www.patreon.com/posts/24534404

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  1. Clarification on the title : I of course don't mean to suggest that attractiveness depends only on tongue posture. Nutrition of the mother and nutrition of the person during formative years surely play a very large role in how the face develops. In fact, the book Nutrition and Physical Degeneration would suggest that; fat soluble vitamins being very important for fertility and proper development of young, with grains & sugar ("modern foods") being very detrimental for development and oral health especially. Oral posture would be another piece of the puzzle.
    On that note, Francis Pottenger's experiment with cats found that cats on a poor diet developed deteriorated facial structure by the third generation.

    NOTE ON SUTURE FUSION: I wish I had used the phrasing "these sutures are not completely fused together," or "sutures are not completely closed …" It's understood that after birth, the sutures of the skull "fuse" together by age 2 or so. One study found that complete closure of certain sutures does not occur until as late as 70 years old. Another found that “The human frontozygomatic suture undergoes synostosis during the eigth decade of life, but does not completely fuse by the age of 95 years," based on 61 human cadavers aged 20 to 95.
    -See the linked PDF in the description for more details/links

  2. My tongue naturally rests on the roof of my mouth anyway. Yet, I still look like a troll. Wtf.

  3. So then could language impact face shape by means of differing mouth postures?

  4. Holding my tounge up makes me yawn sfor some reason lol

  5. Better be careful! Apparently oral posture can enhance your breast size and fill you lips! You might want to avoid that if you're a guy. Just saying…

  6. Coming back to this comment in 1 year.

  7. 10:27 stop video, run to fridge, grab carrots, return to computer, watch and munch.

  8. I thought all people rest their tongue on the top of the mouth, I guess not, I've been doing this all my life and I think that's why I have lots of girl that are attractive to me.

    I'm not bragging.

  9. how should my teeth sit if i have an overbite??

  10. these youtube recommendations, man XD

  11. Starting from today (7 october 2019) im going to post updates here every 3 months for 2 years (till 2021, 7 october)..
    7 october 2019 – started

  12. And that's when I saw neville

  13. Cue incels citing this video as to why they can't get girls. "The C H A D tongue"

  14. 8:58 one on the right kinda looks like jake Paul

  15. my child will eat raw meat since the first day xD. I know I gonna be arrested but he'll thank me for it

  16. Wonder if there's a correlation between gum chewing and sharp jaw line.
    I'm an avid gum chewer and someone told me that's why my jaw line is so defined-maybe true

  17. By now I have lost all hope😞

  18. Who else is forcing that tongue up as they're watching this? lol

  19. wait, i always rest my tongue like that…

  20. Your voice is very relaxing

  21. Wait people don’t have their tongues on the roof of their mouths at all times? I’ve always done that. I thought that was normal. Where else do you put your tongue?

  22. thank you, now i can be the Chad i knew i was all this time

  23. I’m trying to figure out how I’m going to do this in my sleep 😴

  24. The first boy got that extra weight because he ate what he ate 👌🏾 but that doesn’t means it’s permanent he’s a good looking guy 👀🔥🔥🔥🔥

  25. i thought it was normal to put your tongue like that oOF

  26. My tongue has changed tongue posture gradually over the years of 6-11 to resting on the roof of my tonuge because as my milk teeth came out my 'big' teeth grew there was basically no room for them so my teeth became squashed resulting in my teeth being on different levels and my molars didn't touch each other because my front teeth did and they were on the highest level (sorry for the bad explanation) I use to have these really thin lips which i was always insecure of now I have much fuller lips and before I use to think I had a glow up naturally but now I know it was my tongue posture my jaw line is also slowly becoming more defined but much more slower and I can still see a change . I have braces now so perhaps it's going to stop now. 🙁 but anyway very interesting video.

    Thanks for reading all the way through ッ* I never post comments*

  27. ATTRACTIVENESS is inborn, you cannot achieve by that, it is a gift from GOD i believe 🙂

  28. I'm bout to be a skinny legend

  29. I’ve been doing those exercises for 3 minutes, And already feel that my tongue is missing something.

  30. Finally I know why my upper arch is so wide, and my face is so broad… sigh 😔

  31. Just don’t be fuckin mouth breather lmao

  32. Watching this while my tongue is touching the roof of my mouth

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