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Correct Mewing Imbalances

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I've started mewing at the end of january 2019 and I've already made some very noticable progress - on one side (right) of my face.
My jaw is noticeably wider and my cheek is noticeably more hollow on the right side.

Whenever I want to check whether my tongue is fully on the roof of my mouth I notice that the right side is already on the roof of my mouth but the left side of my tongue isn't.

I'm actually quite suprised by the amount of progress I've made atleast on one side considering I'm 16yo and wearing braces.

Is there a way to specifically train one side of the tongue (in my case the left) that it also adapts to the mewing tongue posture?
 
There are videos on YouTube about what to for a more symmetrical face and body. I find especially Austin Goh’s Videos helpful.
 
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High chance your back posture or feet posture are the culprit. Remember mewing is about changing your whole posture. Start with the feet and work your way up. Somewhere. Some how. Is not aligned.

Fix that. And everything else willl fix itself
Thanks, I'll try that!
 
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There are videos on YouTube about what to for a more symmetrical face and body. I find especially Austin Goh’s Videos helpful.
Thanks a lot, the channel is awesome
 
you might be sleeping on one side causing tounge to lie on that side
 

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