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Fix double chin

Double chin is a common problem that occurs when a layer of fat forms below the chin. It can be caused by various factors such as genetics, aging, poor posture, and weight gain. A double chin can affect anyone and may make you feel self-conscious. Fortunately, there are several exercises and tips that can help prevent or fix a double chin.

1. Mewing

Exercise one is the easiest, most efficient, and effective technique to prevent or fix double chin. It involves mirroring and sticking your tongue up or down to achieve immediate results. Don't just do it for pictures, do it all the time for a sharper jawline and normal double chin. This technique is called "Mewing."

2. Neck Exercise

Exercise two, is a neck stretch and training that is effective, but should be avoided if you have neck pain. Start by counting one, two, three and then slowly look up while keeping your shoulders down and chest open. Close your eyes to relax the forehead and stick out your tongue, aiming towards the ceiling for 10 seconds. Remember to stretch the back of the neck as well. Try doing this exercise at least once a day, ideally two to three times, but not too many times in one go. It's better to spread it out throughout the day, for example, at 9:00 AM, 3:00 PM, and 7:00 PM. This helps reset bad habits caused by gravity.

3. Stop doing bad face and body habit

Avoid bad body and face habits such as slouching in front of the computer, looking down at your phone, and always being in a state of gravity. These habits cause sagging and can lead to a double chin. To prevent this, adjust the height of your computer or phone so that you can keep your head above your spine and neck. Also, maintain proper tongue posture, keeping it up and straight in the middle of your body from the tongue tie to the vaginal area. Doing neck exercises can also produce quicker results compared to facial exercises, so it's worth incorporating them into your routine.


To improve your jawline and prevent double chin, try mewing by sticking your tongue up or down and do neck exercises, but avoid them if you have neck pain. Remember to maintain good body and face habits such as avoiding slouching and adjusting your computer or phone's height. Incorporating these techniques into your routine can lead to quicker results in improving your jawline.
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