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Blowing & Oral Placement
We all use our mouths in different ways throughout the day. We may use them to comfort ourselves (sucking a sweet, sucking your thumb, biting nails or just touching your mouth when stressed); to regulate and organise ourselves or to help maintain attention (chewing gum, chewing the end of a pen or pencil, taking deep breaths, blowing, whistling, biting your lip etc.). Some children have difficulty with oral sensory processing and the Suck, Swallow, Breathe rhythm doesn't seem to flow or synchronise properly. This can be linked to difficulty staying alert and with organisation of behaviour as well as some other health problems, difficulty with speech and problems with teeth.