Physiological breathing is nasal breathing
. According to several studies, oral breathing affects nearly 55% of the population. Only in 20% of cases is it due to a deformation of the nasal septum, for example because of an accident. In the remaining 80% of cases, it could be the consequences of a tongue dysfunction. This type of breathing can cause many disorders, such as craniofacial morphology troubles, infections, postural disorders
, or affect the neurological or cardiovascular system
However, it especially alters our concentration, our vigilance, our cognitive sense in daily life.