Aaaaaahhhhh.. poke your tongue out.. it’s #tot 👅 and time to share ‘Winnie’s Wisdom’ with some tongue-tastic facts🧐:
👅The longest tongue 🔎on a dog was on a Boxer called Brandy measuring 43cm (1ft 5in) long! The average length of the human tongue is 8.5cm
👅Taste receptors cannot taste food until saliva has moistened it... which isn’t a problem cos just the mere thought of 🧀cheese makes me drool 💧
👅Tongues are made up of 8 muscles.. but has a high percentage of fat. So, if you get fat- your tongue gets fat too 😏(there is actually a direct correlation between fat tongues and obesity)
👅Dogs only have 1/6 of the amount of taste buds as humans- but can still taste bitter, sweet, salty and sour. Cats 😺have even less than dogs & can’t taste sweet
👅A dogs tongue influences the way it barks & the sound 📢the bark makes
👅Dogs use their tongues to cool❄️ themselves as they only have sweat glands on their paw pads & noses- panting moves air over their tongue, throat etc and allows moisture to evaporate and cool them (thermoregulation)
👅In Tibet sticking your tongue 😛out is a greeting (yet considered childish or rude in many countries!)
👅A dog 🐶laps water by making their tongue into a spoon shape, as opposed to cats 🐱that use the tip of their tongues
👅Both humans and dogs have about 6000 types of bacteria 👹in their mouths.. and the ‘belief’ that a dogs saliva heals wounds has not been proven, yet remains a common myth 👅Chow Chows and Shar-peis have blue 💙or darker tongues- and nobody really knows why
Günaaaydıınnn ☀️ Doğru ve rahat dil pozisyonunu sağlamakta zorlanıyor musun?
Konuşurken bazı harfleri doğru çıkartamıyor musun?
Peki dilinin hareketinde kısıtlılık olduğunu düşünüyor musun?
Hepsine cevabın “evet” ise, sebep dilin altında bulunan dil bağının kısalığı olabilir.
Kısa “dil bağı”na sahipseniz, küçük bir cerrahi uygulama ile bu durum değiştirilebilir.
If you have a restriction to locate your tongue at the natural tongue posture
If you have a phonation problem on some letters
You may have a restriction of the movement of your tongue,