Summary of Fixing Facial Asymmetry

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The video "Fixing Facial Asymmetry" covers exercises that can help improve the symmetry and balance of facial muscles. The orbicularis oris muscle can be exercised by puckering the lips and pulling the corners of the mouth back, while the rice aureus muscle is responsible for pulling the corners of the mouth back to create a pleasant smile. Dr. Jeff Dougal emphasizes the importance of balancing the upward and downward direction muscles and suggests exercising each muscle independently. He also shares a poem that reflects how inner emotions are often expressed on our faces.

  • 00:00:00 focus on in this section is the orbicularis oris muscle which forms a ring around the lips and is responsible for puckering your lips. This muscle can be exercised by puckering your lips and then pulling the corners of the mouth back there's something called the Margaret Thatcher effect which is named after the former British prime minister where one side of the face goes up while the other side goes down, but by doing these exercises and making sure to engage both sides of the face independently, you can improve the overall symmetry and balance of your facial muscles.
  • 00:05:00 In this section, Dr. Jeff Dougal explains the rice aureus muscle and how it pulls the corners of the mouth back to create a pleasant, happy smile. He emphasizes the importance of balance between the upward direction muscles and the depressor muscles, and suggests exercising all of the muscles independently before trying to smile symmetrically. Dr. Dougal also shares a poem that emphasizes how our inner selves reflect on our faces.

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