Dr Shereen Lim: How does sleeping and breathing impact the future health of our kids? Episode 328
Did you know that the way a child breathes will impact every aspect of their development including their sleep quality, learning, behaviour, jaw and facial development, speech, and future health?
In this episode, Lisa Paladino interviews Dr. Shereen Lim about her work and her book, Breath, Sleep, Thrive: Discover how airway health can unlock your child's greater health, learning and potential
Highlights of the discussion:
- What's important about breathing through our noses - at all ages and stages
- Breastfeeding as nature's palate expander and why the shape of the palate matters
- Infant sleep and breathing as a parameter of airway health, because infancy is a critical window of child development
- How Dr. Lim came to this work.
- Why Lisa believes that this book should be required reading for anyone with children or taking care of children
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Dr Shereen Lim is a Perth based dentist with a post graduate diploma in dental sleep medicine from the University of Western Australia. She has been involved in the team management of snoring and obstructive sleep apnea for over a decade. Dr Lim is dedicated to promoting airway health from infancy as an alternative approach to minimize the development of these problemsHer work in private practice is restricted to tongue tie management from infancy to adulthood, early interceptive orthodontics and myofunctional therapy. Her website: https://www.drshereenlim.com.au/
Please do not consider anything discussed on this podcast, by myself or any guest of the podcast, to be medical advice. The information is provided for educational purposes only and does not take the place of your own medical or lactation provider.