Why is it dangerous to breathe through the mouth?

When air enters the oral cavity directly, it does not have time to warm up, moisten, clean itself of dust, and most importantly, from microorganisms, therefore, this breathing method can stimulate the development of infectious and inflammatory diseases of the upper and lower respiratory tract.

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