This thread is dedicated to mewing, I have always wondered if it actually works to the extents to which it is actually hyped up to.I have been mewing for around six months>t. zoomieSo far my face has gotten more defined, but not that much, but there is a very fine line between my current face and my face six months ago.
Looking at this image for example indicates that mewing generally already depends on what your genetics defined your ideal jaw as.There is no set ideal all jaws grow towards from mewing outside of some lines.
>>62689245>Light>Bloat>Stubble>PostureHis jaw grew by 2/12 of a milimeter, nice
>>62689202it does nothing, any changes you notice is literally brain cope
>>62689943I recorded the change with photos, won't post to avoid doxxing myself due to my other activities on /pol/My face did move forward, but that was about it.The only thing mewing really did for me apart from projecting my face a bit more forward to make my features slightly more prominent was better breathing overall.
Overall, say its very worth it if you dedicate yourself.
>>62689202>>62689245Mewing is jewish to the very core. The stigma around mouth breathing was installed by them to reduce your use of a perfectly natural function of the human body. Mouth breathing allows a greater flow rate of air, and blocks dangerous chemicals from reaching your brain>Your nose may provide a direct path for harmful substances from the environment to reach your brain.Do NOT fall for the mewing/nose-breathing meme. The brain damage you'll endure from oxygen deprivation is not worth it. Keep your teeth/breath clean and nobody will notice
>>62689202Mewing gave me scallop tongue
>>62690135>scallop tongueNot really surprising if its hard mewing in question.I would say its a worthwhile price to pay considering the payoff.
>>62689245Every single mewing progress pictures is just a change in lighting, posture, facial hair and body fat>>62690101>brain damage from nose-breathingKek>>62690135It can also give you TMJ and tinnitus
>>62690169I checked everything before I started mewing, TMJ is a big risk if you do hard mewing and don't let your muscles adjust slowly to the change.As for tinnitus, that can basically be agitated by tightening any muscle close to the ears.Already had it, so not that big of a loss either way.
>>62690194>hard mewingI couldn't even tell you what that is because every mewing community has a different answer for the most basic questions and the doctor who espouses it speaks in the vaguest terms possible while using illegible images
>>62690261In my experience, the general definition of hard mewing is just mewing very hard and constantly, putting constant major strain on your tongue muscle and putting major pressure onto your upper palette constantly.It produces results faster but it has its own risks, the primary one being TMJ or even making your face uneven if you do not have proper posture.
>>62690261>mewing communityImagine a gallery showing all the members of this "mewing community". Lmao. A community dedicated to holding their tongue a weird way in the mouth to achieve (???) jaw fitness...Nobody that makes it is this autistic
>mew>only chew with your back molars>move food around with your tongue not your cheeks>swallow using only your throat muscles>chew gum 30 minutes a day on each side>sit up straight>sleep without a pillow on your backAm i missing anything
>>62689202it gave me noticeable difference after just a year. I'm not sure if it changed bone structure at all or is it just because of stronger face muscles
>>62690709The muscles change first and fastest, then the muscles affect the projection of bone over time.
if mewing hasn't always been your default tongue position you're subhuman