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At you will find special tools to achieve the goals of orofacial myofunctional therapy. Tongue resting position, swallowing patterns and nasal breathing should be automated and the muscles trained so that these physiological movement patterns can also be performed day and night. In this category you will find training equipment to achieve these goals!

Myo Tools

Here you will find various devices and options for training the jaw muscles. You can train many individual targets or several targets together. 

What to practice with the Froggymouth? 

The Froggymouth supports learning the correct tongue posture and the physiological swallowing pattern. It is easy to use (for children): 15 minutes a day in front of the television or a raised screen to bring the new movement pattern into the subconscious. 
Here you can learn how to use the Froggymouth  - GERMAN only.

What is the Myo Munchee used for? 

The Myomunchee is used to train chewing, breathing, swallowing and tongue position. The Myomunchee is not only a functional chewing trainer, but can also be used to learn nasal breathing and correct swallowing patterns. 

Why is a Jawline important? 

In addition to an aesthetic effect, which is desirable for many, the Jawline is also an important indicator of jaw development. Permanent mouth breathing causes the lower jaw in particular to grow downwards, while gravity and the lack of physiological negative pressure in the mouth contribute to the lower jaw developing too little. 
A well-grown jaw line is also an indicator of enough space in the Airway. If you don't have a jawline, this might be an indicator of sleep disordered breathing. 
Training the jaw muscles can also achieve the goal of a prominent "jawline". Our ancestors trained their jaw muscles by eating. Nowadays, our food often no longer offers sufficient opportunities to train the jaw. One goal that many people pursue is to "train the jawline". A prominent jawline is not only an aesthetic advantage, but also has a functional background. In orofacial myofunctional therapy, jaw training is just as important as training the tongue resting position, but it is still advisable to work with a therapist to avoid pain in the jaw joint. Excessive training of the jaw muscles can also lead to pain.