Baby Liptrainer | Bottle Liptrainer

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Recovering Process
Inventor Message
Check Your Health
Instructions (How to exercise Lip & Face)
Lip Closure Strength
Adenoids
Anti-aging
Bad Breath (Halitosis)
Blocked Nose (Sinus)
Common Cold (Flu)
Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis)
Face Slimming
Mouth Breathing
Menopause
Nose Breathing
Snoring
Sleep Apnea (Disorder)
Temporomandibular (TMJ)
Rehabilitation
Alzheimer & Dementia
Stroke
Saliva
Bell's palsy (paralysis)
Aspiration Pneumonia
Down Syndrome
Other Effects
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Video Explanation
Testimonials

Mouth Breathing causes various chronic diseases

Approx. within 20 days or earlier, you can stop mouth breathing and change into nose breathing during sleep naturally and your symptom start improving. It's beyond your expectation.


When sleeping, the unnoticeable oral respiration is a troublesome problem.
The reason for this is because the oral muscles has become weak and aging. In order to revitalize the muscles to its original state, It is strongly recommended that you used Patakara - Lip Trainer to strengthen the oral muscles and maintain your health.

Mouth breathing is damaging your health.

The weakening of oral muscles leads to oral respiration. The dry air will stimulate throat direct while oral respiration, and the mucous membrane inside throat, which to prevent bacterium intruded, will be destroyed. Then causing the immunity weakening which result in a variety of health problem. Try Patakara - Lip Trainer to exercise the oral muscles to help us to induce nasal respiration. This will let the dry cold air be filtered through the nose, enter the body and heal the many problems.

 

Upper jaw
1. People who when relaxed have their tongue situated behind the upper jaw

For people who notice that their tongue is behind the upper jaw, nasal respiration when sleeping because their mouth is closed. If you used the Patakara - Lip Trainer, it will strengthen the oral muscles and thus improving the physical health.

Lower Front Teeth
2. People who when relaxed have their tongue situated behind the lower jaw

For people who notice that their tongue is behind the lower jaw, oral respiration when sleeping since their mouth is open. This habit can easily cause Periodontosis, bad breath, oral ulcer and snoring.

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