How To Eat | Move Facial Muscles Properly For Reducing Tension In The Chin And Lifting Up The Skin

How To Eat | Move Facial Muscles Properly For Reducing Tension In The Chin And Lifting Up The Skin

Ah, and using so much tension and muscle here. Hmm. Like this.


Hi everyone. Today. I'm going to talk about how to eat something by moving your facial muscles properly for anti-aging purpose. If you haven't watched my previous one, how to drink water, doesn't have to be drink water, but how to drink something by using the facial muscles correctly, please check that before watching this video, because this is like, yeah, that's more like a basic version and this is a little bit more of the past. Did you learn how to eat or how to drink or those things when you are younger? No one learns that. Very few people learn that. I think so. And this one is kind of a, I kind of developed that. So I don't think many people know about this yet unless they take my class. Um, but anyway, lots of people eat something in not really thinking about anything about the facial muscles. and I think those are not good if you're want to be beautiful. So let me talk about that.

There are five steps. Number one, when you eat something that's smaller pieces, instead of trying to eat everything. But if you eat big stuff and you have to open your mouth, you're going to stretch the skin and the using the show, not show Jaw chin muscle. It's like a chin and a jaw combined in the. That's why every time you eat big stuff, you're using this overworking muscle down. Then you got to get more developed the work, the muscle. So I'm actually, I'm a big fan of Mukbang. Mukbang is a big eater. They eat a lot of the stuff, food in a lot, watching them, but I'm sometimes worried about their chin and jawline. But anyway, when you eat something, don't try to eat everything out, ah, big stuff. And you're gonna develop that working muscle, then stretch the skin. When you close, when you close your mouth, that straight skin as show as gel align. Right? So try to get the smaller pieces. So if this one smaller piece, and then don't try to like, if it's a big piece, sorry, if it's a big piece, you might try to do like the same as drinking version a and a bath or shirt. And then this is going to be the stick. Uh, Nope. Tuck your chin a little bit inside. Not so, but the point is that try to do, um, smaller pieces. That's the number one tip. And I love using chopstick because I'm Japanese and it's easy for me, but chopsticks is a little bit easier to get the smaller pieces. But if you like a hamburger or something, you have to, ah, the big piece, ah, and using so much tension and muscle here. Think that your chin is that.

Number two when you eat something [inaudible] and then distribute the food broken pieces of the food to both sides.[inaudible].So I asked what I teach to my client. I asked them to eat in front of me so that I can tell which one, which one is more dominant. So if you're concerned about the asymmetrical face, this is very, very, very important, very important to get the stuff distributed, both, ideally, break down the pieces and distribute the same amount. I mean, it's impossible to make it the same amount, but similar amount to both sides back of the teeth. That's number, number two. And this is very important for if you're concerned about asymmetrical face.

Number three when you think that immersion that you are chewing with cheeks like this. So regular eating is my cheek not moving the space. You're gonna lift up eating system is[inaudible]by doing so. We are developing the chick muscle, which is sleeping right now. So we need to wake up. And by also reducing the tension. I know that I talk about tension so many times countless times because it's so important and it's better to, I used to teach without food because they didn't have food. But now I started asking my clients to bring some food, real food. Cause that makes a difference. So if you have food, please try it. Even if you don't have it right now when you eat dinner or something, please tonight. Try it tonight. Hmm. So that's number three.

When you eat something like that, all the, I feel like radar eating is like, um, so if I exaggerate, it's like two-step. So up, down, up, down, up, down when it's down, it's really putting it down here. This area is like really pulling down, down, down, down. If you do the regular, regular chewing, do you feel it? Please try it. Its something. And then it's like eat and pulling down. So when it's down, I feel more muscle here. Not much about that. When it's up to, down to, down to down to the June, something like that. I hope you get it. I don't know. Maybe the way I'm explaining. It's not good yet, but I'm getting there. So anyway, when you regular chewing, you read, pulling down, down, down, down down. I feel no, no, no, no, no. It's not good. So try, really try to utilize, utilize, use the chin muscle, please.

Number four, time the movement. This is a game. Very important. If you're concerned about asymmetrical face. So when you're chewing inside the mouth, it shouldn't be like out in art, in art, in, out in, out in. So let's use, this is your upper teeth.

This is your upper palate. So Tanya, should it be like in, at, in, out, in, out, in, out in out when you're chewing, it shouldn't be. But I realize that everyone has a symmetrical face. Everyone has a dominant side and a non-dominant side. That's normal. So my case wasn't like that, its more like this way, this way more, this side, like creating around the motion, circle, circular motion in, out in, out in, out in, or maybe this one [inaudible] in this one, the correct one for symmetrical face is in out no in-out, eat out, eat out. When you are chewing, when you're biting number five, this is the last month. So when you chew, uh, and this wallow same as drinking thing, but time is sucking up. False is up. The tongue falls up. When you swallow, then you do that. You're automatically unconsciously doing next toning exercise. O M G.

There are so many things that you have to think about when you eat that's a lot. That's a lot, but you will get used to trusting me little by little. You don't have to last everything out last, but little by little. Yeah. So let's review just one by one. Number one, get the smaller pieces. If it's a big one, like hamburger or mock van player, you have to ah, no, no, no. The less you use your chin the better because you don want to say anymore. Right? Um, that's the one so smaller pieces and don't, don't stick up out your chin, tuck your chin, chin tuck, and then number two, distribute to both sides to that. Um, same amount, approximately the same amount to both back teeth for the symmetrical face. And then number three instead of an mmHmm. Okay. This is bad. Is that to develop the cheek muscle? And then number four is an of motion out instead of like the only this side or only this side or a movie neuron instead, the best one is this straight, which is so hard though. And it's kind of, I mean, maybe not impossible.

It's really hard for me as well, but I'm still training and I hope you will do too. And they're not, it's not just that. There's a one more, five, same as drinking swallow when you swallow time is sucking up. So this was not a couple of eating styles or cocoa eating habits or something like that. So please let me know if you liked this video, please leave a comment because I check everything. I cannot answer everything, but I read every single one and I get inspired. So I really appreciate it. Um, I was always, this was recently updated. So check out my website,[inaudible] dot com to free download this yoga paper, book, and the sugar oil and AI Koko is launched. So please ask me any questions if AI robot cannot answer. I or my colleagues will answer. So please speak to it.

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