078 - Can Side Sleeping Make Your Face Asymmetrical?
Dr. Brian's Health ShowNovember 02, 2022
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078 - Can Side Sleeping Make Your Face Asymmetrical?

Episode Summary

Welcome to The Dr. Brian’s Health Show, a weekly podcast where Dr. Brian Boxer Wachler uses his decades of experience in medicine and ability as an expert researcher to provide a light-hearted approach and share health trends popular on TikTok. In this episode, Dr. Brian provides his analysis on today’s topic: Can Side Sleeping Make Your Face Asymmetrical?

Does the way you sleep really impact how your face appears? Will sleeping on your back help avoid facial asymmetry? Can chronic mouth breathing impact your facial construction? Find out in today’s episode!

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Key Takeaways

01:14 – Dr. Brian announces the long-awaited launch of his book INFLUENCED; learn more at https://www.influencedsocialmedia.com

02:27 – Dr. Brian introduces today’s topic: Can Side Sleeping Make Your Face Asymmetrical?

04:53 – Is there anything you can do to reverse this?

06:44 – Understanding cartilage and facial structure

07:36 – Kids and mouth breathing

08:51 – Dr. Brian teases next week’s topic, reminds listeners about his recent released book, and encourages them to Subscribe, Rate and Review this podcast on RateThisPodcast.com/NoCap

Tweetable Quotes

“On today’s episode, there is somebody who did a video that is a little bit, I don’t know. I have really these big big doubts about the validity of this person who did the video that I’m going to discuss. And it has to do with making your face asymmetrical by sleeping on one’s side. You have to be really careful when you hear this guy’s video so I’ll let you judge for yourself.” (02:27) (Dr. Brian)

“On the other hand, if you would sleep on your back, that would be one way of avoiding having the nose turn to one side.” (04:43) (Dr. Brian)

“This is something, by the way, that takes years and years to develop. It’s not like you sleep on one side and you wake up and say, ‘Oh my gosh, I’m asymmetrical!’” (05:18) (Dr. Brian)

“The facial bones in kids can change with chronic mouth breathing. It does, over time, have the ability to change the bones.” (07:53) (Dr. Brian)

Resources Mentioned

Dr. Brian’s amazing new book on social media, INFLUENCED, featuring his incredible insights and experiences along with many of your favorite influencers. Endorsed by many influencers including Rob “Gronk” Gronkowski - https://www.influencedsocialmedia.com/

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