The scientific research on breathing has been conducted for over 100 years.
Mouth breathing and its relationship to some oral and medical conditions
Authors: Dr.C. Barbara E. Garcia Triana, Full Professor, Morphophysiology Dept., Faculty of Dentistry, Medical University of Havana, Biomedical Sciences Dept., Faculty of Dentistry, University of Aden
Deficits in working memory, reading comprehension and arithmetic skills in children with mouth breathing
Authors: Rita Cristina Sadako KuroishiI, Ricardo Basso GarciaII, Fabiana Cardoso Pereira ValeraIII, Wilma Terezinha Anselmo-LimaIV, Marisa Tomoe Hebihara Fukuda
Buteyko breathing techniques in asthma: a blinded randomised controlled trial
Simon D Bowler, Amanda Green and Charles A Mitchell
Asthma and the unified airway
Authors: John H. Krouse, MD, PhD, Randall W. Brown, MD, MPH, Stanley M. Fineman, MD, MBA, Joseph K. Han, MD, Andrew J. Heller, MD, Stephanie Joe, MD, Helene J. Krouse, PhD, APRN, Harold C. Pillsbury, III, MD, Matthew W. Ryan, MD, and Maria C. Veling, MD,
Implications of mouth breathing on the pulmonary function and respiratory muscles
Authors: Helenize Lopes Veron, Ana Gabrieli Antunes, Jovana de Moura Milanesi, Eliane Castilhos Rodrigues Corrêa
Slowing and altering the respiratory pattern to reduce anxiety.
Authors: Bruce M. Cappo and David S. Holmes