Today, I want to talk about ways to make our temple area fuller. It's not an easy task, but I believe there are things we can do. Let's explore three exercises and tips to achieve a fuller temple area.
1. Chewing Up
Let's talk about facial osteoporosis and how it affects the temple area, causing it to shrink and become more fragile. To prevent or slow down this process, we can stimulate the facial bones by chewing properly and using the correct eating angle. This will help to stimulate the temporalis muscle, which is a part of the chewing muscle and prevent the loss of bone density. Additionally, we can use cheek vibration, face posture™, and cheek slide exercises to strengthen the facial muscles.
2. Scalp Massage
Scalp massage is a convenient way to relieve tension and promote a fuller temple area. By moving the scalp, not the hair, you can stimulate the muscles and prevent damage. Maintaining space between your upper and lower teeth helps avoid unnecessary pressure on the temples. Regular scalp massage and proper teeth alignment are beneficial for overall facial relaxation and appearance.
To enhance the appearance of cheekbones and prevent a bumpy temple area, gently press in on the cheekbones where they meet the temple and bridge. This can make a noticeable difference. You can also explore the Koko Face Yoga app for more exercises and consider the Koko Face Yoga Instructor Certification course for in-depth knowledge. Facial chiropractic, a bone-adjusting technique popular in Japan, can be effective in reshaping facial bones for a better appearance.
In conclusion, there are several ways to prevent facial osteoporosis and promote a fuller temple area. Proper chewing techniques and facial exercises can stimulate the facial muscles and prevent bone density loss. Scalp massage can relieve tension and promote muscle stimulation, while gentle pressure on the cheekbones can enhance their appearance. By incorporating these methods into your daily routine, you can achieve a healthier, more youthful-looking face.