Love bite what goes up

This is the posture I was taught by a oral myologist and I’ve been practicing for months. They teach you to take the tip of the tongue and place it behind the front two teeth at the “spot”. But its not entirely correct. See how the back of the tongue is still low in the mouth?

While a bite from a Chihuahua isn't going to inflict the same damage as a bite from a larger dog like a pit bull or boxer, it can still leave a painful wound that's prone to infection. There's an old myth that a dog's mouth is cleaner than a human's mouth, but this isn't a true. A dog's saliva may contain one or more disease-causing pathogens, including Pasteurella multocida, Pasteurella canis, Staphylococcus, Streptococcus, and Capnocytophaga canimorsus. When a Chihuahua bites, germs such as these can enter through the wound and cause an infection.

Lately I've been wondering what makes someone an inveterate nail-biter like me. Are we weaker willed? More neurotic? Hungrier? Perhaps, somewhere in the annals of psychological research there could be an answer to my question, and maybe even hints about how to cure myself of this unsavoury habit.

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