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Jaw falling to one side

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When i sleep on my side my jaw keeps falling down to the side. Is this normal or is it ogre?
 
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Reply to my thread or i will rope
 
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Yes it's ogre
Keep your mouth/lips closed at night

Im just askin is this normal also i always have my mouth shut at night
 
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Bro I was in public but gtfo my thread if your not gonna reply seriously. This is some dangseroys shit my craniofacial imbalance and unbalanced weakened jaw and neck muscles, have probably changed the shape of my brain a bit atleast it looked like that in mri but doctor sais wvwrything was fine. But still this shit is scaring me and i dont know wtf to do
 
Bro I was in public but gtfo my thread if your not gonna reply seriously. This is some dangseroys shit my craniofacial imbalance and unbalanced weakened jaw and neck muscles, have probably changed the shape of my brain a bit atleast it looked like that in mri but doctor sais wvwrything was fine. But still this shit is scaring me and i dont know wtf to do
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Pls keep shitposting out of mewing section
 
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I realise that my jaw drops when i sleep.
I just sleep on my back and place the duvet below the chin so my jaw doesn't drop.
 
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