and mouth disease

These are the tips to stop Mouth Breathing

Healthy people use their nasal passages for breathing but in case of a blocked nose, allergies, or physical exhaustion, they tend to breathe with their mouth. In some cases, people develop mouth breathing over a period of time or are born as mouth breathers and it needs to be treated.      Mouth breathing can lead These are the tips to stop Mouth Breathing


Mouth ulcers are small, painful lesions developed in the mouth, usually at the base of your gums. These are also known as canker sores that cause discomfort in eating, chewing, speaking and drinking. Mouth sores are small but uncomfortable lesions on the lips, cheeks, tongue, esophagus and the floor of the mouth. Mouth ulcers range in size MOUTH ULCERS