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Respirar por la boca ¿Un problema?

La respiración por la boca es algo que suele comenzar en edades tempranas del desarrollo. La persona respira por la boca de manera inconsciente, cuando lo correcto es respirar fundamentalmente por la nariz. No tiene por qué ser únicamente diurna, en ocasiones es únicamente nocturna, pudiendo ser también mixta.

¿Qué es la respiración bucal?

Respirar por la boca no se percibe como algo grave, sin embargo no conocemos bien  las consecuencias que esto implica.

La respiración bucal consiste en inhalar el aire respirado, principalmente por la boca sin pasar por la nariz. De esta manera el aire no se filtra y no se limpia correctamente pasando directamente a nuestro organismo.

Causas de la respiración por la boca

Cuando la respiración nasal (la respiración correcta), no es posible. Es posible que algo este dificultando el proceso natural de respirar por la nariz. Unas causas posibles pueden ser:

-Rinitis alérgica.


-Desviación de tabique de la nariz.

-Infección de las vías respiratorias altas o bajas.


¿Cuáles son las consecuencias de respirar por la boca?

-Puede ocasionar ciertas alergias o infecciones de las vías respiratorias. Esto, es debido a que el aire no pasa por el filtro de la nariz y de esta manera no se purifica.

-El cerebro no tiene suficiente oxígeno lo que puede causar problemas de concentración o falta de atención, así como ciertos dolores musculares.

-Respirar por la boca puede ocasionar apneas de sueño y disminuir la calidad del mismo.

-Respirar por la boca puede causar problemas en la espalda debido a la postura que la persona adopta al tener este tipo de respiración.

Consecuencias de respirar por la boca:

En el desarrollo de las personas, si no existe una respiración nasal no tendremos un estímulo que haga que nuestros huesos puedan crecer correctamente. Suelen verse este tipo de consecuencia en niños con el maxilar superior desarrollado de manera insuficiente. También puede ocasionar problemas de oclusión que dificulten la correcta alimentación.

Las personas que respiran por la boca tienen ciertos problemas en el cierre del labio debido a su posición a la hora de respirar. Esto puede hacer que el labio e arriba no se desarrolle causando hipotonía, boca seca, labios agrietados o mal aliento.

La falta de saliva, al respirar continuamente con la boca abierta, hace que estas personas sean más propicias a presentar caries en sus piezas dentales. Esto se debe a que la saliva ayuda a mantener en equilibro las bacterias de la boca.

Respirar por la boca puede ocasionar problemas en la deglución ya que este tipo de respiración obliga a mantener la lengua en una posición incorrecta.

Como habéis podido comprobar, respirar por la boca de manera frecuente puede ocasionar numerosos problemas de difícil solución.

En este caso: Mejor prevenir que curar.

Si tienes este hábito o conoces a alguien que lo tenga, realiza de forma asidua ejercicios de respiración que te ayude a reeducarte a la hora de respirar y acabes incorporando esta nueva rutina a tu vida diaria.

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Quitting tobacco, you recover your health

Tobacco has become one of the leading causes of death. Its innumerable chemical components cause extremely serious diseases such as cancer, COPD or cardiovascular and brain damage.

Therefore, if you are a smoker or know someone close to you who has this “bad habit” read this post to know the benefits our body gains when one kicks the habit..

Is it worth quitting smoking?

Are you afraid of having a bad time with withdrawal symptoms?

Will you get any benefits from quitting?

Read on…

Quitting tobacco, you recover your heath

Even if you have been smoking for years, the human body has an amazing capacity to recover from the damage caused by past excesses. What’s more, the benefits of quitting smoking can be noticed just half an hour after smoking your last cigarette.

There are many drugs and therapies that can help you get out of this routine, so if you’re thinking of quitting once and for all, you have many ways of doing so.

Your health will improve immediately.

After 20 minutes of putting out your last cigarette…

After only 20 minutes your body is already recovering. The pulse and blood pressure are close to normal and your body recovers its basal temperature.

8 hours after the last cigarette…

After 8 hours, the nicotine and carbon monoxide has gone down in your blood system. And this is really important because carbon monoxide deprives the body of the oxygen it needs to feed all its cells.

You may find yourself nervous and wanting to smoke  to lessen the symptoms. Don’t worry, this reaction will only last about 10 minutes. Distract yourself, go for a walk or exercise. This will help you change your focus and forget about that longed-for cigarette.

After 12 hours…

Your blood carbon monoxide levels will return to normal. Your heart will pump blood efficiently and all the cells in your body will get enough oxygen to keep working properly.

After 24 hours…

If you let a single day go by without trying a cigarette, you will halve your chances of having a heart attack. As you can see, as little as 24 hours can help your body heal.

After 48 hours…

In only 48 hours you can recover the smell and taste of food. Your senses will be intensified because the entire cellular synapse is healing.

Strong withdrawal symptoms may appear at this time, feeling anxious or tired. This is normal, remember that this period is key to achieving your goal of quitting this harmful habit.

After 3 days……

Now, you  breathe better and have a feel better. Your lungs are healing remarkably and your whole immune system is slowly being strengthened.

After 3 months…

You have made great changes in your life. Your lungs are stronger and you can breathe much better than you did before. Now, you can practice sport  without getting tired and have a more positive attitude towards the change you are making.

After 9 months…

It has been quite a while since your last cigarette. you will notice that you have fewer colds and you will find yourself with much more energy.

After a year …

You have reached an important milestone in your life. Congratulations! The risk of having a heart attack has been halved and your body is now functioning properly.

Keep it up!

Pandemics and our lifestyle

Pandemics have ravaged the earth since the beginning of time. They have always had a common denominator, the lack of hygiene and a depressed immune system of the population. Since smallpox, typhus, the Spanish flu, HIV or Covid, the factors are always the same.

Our lifestyle is not sustainable. But what does this mean? 

Well, nothing less than this ….The air we breathe is terribly polluted by a wild industrialization, which offers us vehicles, drugs, highly polluting technology. Our food is based on ultra-processed junk food and our creed is money as the only true god.

The most advanced countries,  export their garbage to the poorest countries and thus washing their image to  seem more “cleaner”, without wanting to see that there where the rubbish is sent , it is burnt  or thrown into the sea, thus continuing to wrap the planet with our garbage

It is not without curiosity that we admire all those who have managed to make their fortune by poisoning us, making us sick and deceiving us with misleading publicity and false promises of a better future.

The future has arrived and it is shocking.

Do we have what we deserve? well probably, but we should define who deserves it.

I refuse to believe that several hundred million children who are refugees, who suffer from hunger and war, who are miserably poor, deserve this horror.

Our immune system

Our immune system is our body’s natural defense against infection. Through a series of steps, our body fights and destroys invading infectious organisms before they do harm. When our immune system is working properly, it protects us from infections that cause illness.

Scientists have begun to understand our immune system. They have been able to understand how it works in detail.

Researchers are generating more information about how it works and what happens when it does not work well. our thoughts, our emotions, the way we handle situations, all this affects our immune system.

 We must begin to understand that “we are what we think” to find out why por brain gives different orders to our Immune System.

The key is in oxygenation. Oxygen is the foundation of our immune system to stay strong and to help our brain make the right decisions.

 Learn to how breathe correctly.

You can’t imagine what breathing correctly can do for you.

Post-vacational syndrome

Post-vacational syndrome is an adaptive process after a vacation period where we switch from holiday mode to the stress of our daily life and routine.

The duration of the disorder usually lasts between 10 and 15 days. Once the person gets used to going back to his/her day-to-day routine, the symptoms usually disappear. Conscious breathing can help you control the symptoms of this syndrome.

If you want to know who is most prone to developing this disorder and how to reduce its symptoms, you will find this article interesting.

Which people are more prone to post-holiday stress?

  • People who even before starting a job already know even the smallest detail of the things they have to do. They like to feel in control and like to take notes on everything, and whose agendas are full. They have a low tolerance for frustration and any change can be fatal.
  • People who are afraid of facing work situations for which they believe they are not prepared to do. They are afraid of being able to do what they are asked to do at work. Avoiding and delegating responsibilities are one of his/her strategies for dealing with problems.
  • people who use strict routines to bring their work under control. They are usually people affected with obsessive compulsive disorders, which can seriously affect their health.
  • People with negative thoughts that make them feel anxious, sad, and irritable. They are constantly thinking that their work is badly done or that they will soon be fired.

What are the symptoms of Post-Vacational Syndrome?

The most common symptoms of Post-Vacational Syndrome may vary depending on the affected person. Although the most common symptoms are usually:

-Stress and anxiety.


-lack of appetite or excessive appetite.


-Lack of interest or demotivation

-Myalgia or muscle aches.

-Lack of concentration.

Tips to lessen the symptoms of Post-Vacational Syndrome:

-It is advisable to return from vacation a few days before starting work, in order to have a healthy adaptive period.

-Return to routine activities gradually.

-The days before returning to your routine, it is advisable to get used to the hours that are normally used on working days.

-Practice exercise on a regular basis to raise serotonin levels and reduce stress.

-Avoid victimhood and complaint.

-Plan a next trip. This can help regain the illusion for a new project and reduce anxiety symptoms.

Therefore, breathing is key when it comes to controlling and managing the symptoms associated with post-vacational syndrome.

Practicing meditation and breathing exercises can help you control your mental state and improve symptoms of stress and anxiety.

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