What Did Primal Sleep Look Like?

The modern lifestyle has changed how our faces, necks, mouths, and airways have developed, affecting how we breathe during sleep and our ability to fully access deep sleep.

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In this podcast interview, I join Kendall Kendrick of the Primal Balance blog and Born Primal podcast to discuss primal oral health and primal sleep.

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Mark Burhenne DDS

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