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Asymmetrical Mewing Causes Asymmetrical Face

The topic I would like to discuss today is asymmetrical mewing.

1. Tongue Muscle Massage

Tongue muscle massage can help balance the non-dominant side and make it easier to lift up, resulting in a more symmetrical mewing posture. This technique can be combined with tongue exercises and facial chiropractic™ for better results. Massaging around the area with a fist or thumb can help alleviate tightness and create a more even pressure against the roof of the mouth.

2. Stretch the Tongue Muscle

Stretch the tongue muscle on the non-dominant side. You can do this by tilting your head 45 degrees and looking up while tucking your chin in. Be careful not to strain your neck if you have neck pain. Once in position, use your hand to hook onto the tongue bone and stretch the muscle. Experiment with different ways to stretch it and find what works best for you.

3. Tongue Slide

To do this, place your tongue on your palate and slowly slide it back while applying light pressure for a symmetrical view. You can slide it over the soft palate and then the hard palate. Another way is to start with the tip of your tongue on the sweet spot behind your upper teeth and slide it back while maintaining equal pressure on both sides.


These tips can improve tongue posture, reduce asymmetry, and create a more attractive appearance. By massaging, stretching, and practicing tongue sliding, you can achieve a symmetrical look. Experiment with techniques and take care not to strain your neck. Make them a part of your daily routine for a more balanced and confident appearance.

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