I don't think I mouth-breath. But I do notice the occasional build up of air in my mouth (when awake of course) and find I simply have to open my mouth and exhale it, then just press on breathing through my nose (also, that I have to open my mouth to exhale seems to be evidence that I'm not a mouth breather too). Any thoughts about this? Does it suggest something more that I should be concerned about? I suppose it happens when for some reason I'm not exhaling fully through my nose, for whatever reason. I'm now trying to train myself to do something I read around here somewhere: to park the back of my tongue against the back of my throat to keep the air from filling my mouth. It's generally not a problem to exhale through my mouth occasionally, but thought I'd ask.
Thanks for any thoughts on the matter. Joe
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