Hi everyone, I was just scrolling down the comments on the last Pain Free You Youtube video (they have been really helpful to me), and someone was talking about how mouth breathing at night is reaaaally bad for you and can explain a lot of symptoms, e.g. heightened anxiety, poor-quality sleep, etc. Which was quickly confirmed by a Google search (bad, I know). I've always been a mouth-breather at night, and while I don't suffer from dental side effects (mouth-breathing is very drying to your mouth and can cause tooth decay, bad breath, etc.), I'm now very concerned about not being able to completely recover from TMS because of this. I'm also wondering if breathing through your mouth at night (barring any medical condition like a stuffed-up nose) can be a result of high anxiety levels, i.e. a side effect of TMS. Does any of you know something about this ?