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Effects of breathing type on electromyographic activity of respiratory muscles at different body positions
(Taylor and Francis Ltd., 2017)
AIM: To compare the effect of breathing type on the activity of respiratory muscles at different body positions. METHODOLOGY: Two groups of 20 subjects each, one with upper costal and the other with costodiaphragmatic ...
Effect of upper costal and costo-diaphragmatic breathing types on electromyographic activity of respiratory muscles
(Maney Publishing, 2015)
Aim: To compare electromyographic (EMG) activity in young–adult subjects with different breathing types. Methodology: This study included 50 healthy male subjects with complete natural dentition, and no history of orofacial ...
Electromyographic muscle EMG activity in mouth and nasal breathing children
Mouth breathing may cause changes in muscle activity, because an upper airway obstruction leads may cause a person to extend his/her head forward, demanding a higher inspiratory effort on the accessory muscles (sternocle ...
Electromyographic study of the trapezius (pars media) and rhomboideus major muscles during respiration
The authors studied the trapezius (pars media) and rhomboideus major muscles during deep inspiration and expiration. The electromyographic records demonstrated that these muscles showed no activity in either phase of breathing.
Does breathing type influence electromyographic activity of obligatory and accessory respiratory muscles?
(Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2014)
© 2014 John Wiley & Sons Ltd. Craniomandibular electromyographic (EMG) studies frequently include several parameters, e.g. resting, chewing and tooth-clenching. EMG activity during these parameters has been recorded in the ...
Mouth breathing syndrome: Cervical muscles recruitment during nasal inspiration before and after respiratory and postural exercises on Swiss Ball
(Elsevier Ireland LtdClareIrlanda, 2008)
Electromyographic evaluation of the upper lip according to the breathing mode: A longitudinal study
The present study aimed at analyzing and comparing longitudinally the EMG (electromyographic activity) of the superior orbicularis oris muscle according to the breathing mode. The sample, 38 adolescents with Angle Class ...