Tongue “tangling” can prevent Alzheimer’s disease
“Tongue exercises” can help relieve high blood pressure, cerebral infarction, asthma, myopia, presbyopia, tinnitus, pharyngitis, frozen shoulder, insomnia, constipation, and prevent senile dementia.
The drilling method is as follows: 1.
Wash your face every morning and look in the mirror. The tongue sticks out and indents, doing 10 times each, then the tongue swings 5 times to the left and right outside the mouth.
Sitting in a chair, hands open fingers, put on your knees, the upper body leans forward slightly.
First, inhale from the nostrils, then the mouth is wide open, the tongue sticks out and exhales, while widening the eyes, looking straight ahead, and practicing 3 to 5 times.
The mouth is open, the tongue is extended and retracted, and the fingertips of the right index finger, middle finger and ring finger are used at the lower left to the throat, and rubbed up and down 30 times.
Then, when the tongue is extended and retracted, use the fingertips of the three fingers of the left hand to rub up and down 30 times from the lower right to the throat.
In the mirror, the mouth is open, the tongue is gently extended, staying for 2 to 3 seconds, and practicing 5 times repeatedly.
Then the head is up, the chin is stretched, the mouth is wide open, the tongue is extended, staying for 2 to 3 seconds, and repeated 5 times.