The Most Famous Neuroscientist of the world Explains Mewing

Most Famous Neuroscientist of the world:

Andrew Huberman is a neuroscientist and professor of neurobiology and ophthalmology at Stanford University School of Medicine.

In addition to his research on brain function and visual perception, he has also studied the effects of tongue posture on facial appearance.

According to Huberman, the position of the tongue in the mouth can have a significant impact on the development of the face.

Maintaining proper tongue posture, such as resting the tongue on the roof of the mouth, can help promote proper facial development and symmetry.

Huberman suggests that incorporating exercises to improve tongue posture, such as the mewing as we teach you through our program, can lead to a more attractive and balanced facial appearance.

Andrew Huberman's research and insights have brought attention to the potential impact of tongue posture on facial aesthetics.