There is a lot of attention placed on 3 of the four pillars of health, but until recently, breathing did not garner much of this attention. The four pillars of health are: exercise, sleep, diet and breathing.
The idea of mouth taping at night can seem very intimidating. Fortunately, there are simple practices you can do during the day to naturally train your body to breathe through the nose at night. Here’s how you can get started.
The easiest way to determine if you are mouth breathing at night is to examine your symptoms the next morning. Do you wake up feeling tired after 7-8 hours of sleep? Or wake up with a dry mouth? If you experience these or other symptoms, you may be breathing through your mouth at night.