Hyoid Bone - The hyoid is the only human bone that is attached to only muscles, not to another bone. Our hyoid is attached to tongue muscles, throat muscles, and jaw muscles.  Via: biologicalexceptions.blogspot.in/2012/07/look-whos-talking.html

Hyoid Bone - The hyoid is the only human bone that is attached to only muscles, not to another bone. Our hyoid is attached to tongue muscles, throat muscles, and jaw muscles.

Tongue Exercises For Sleep Apnea | Sleep Apnea Guide  No drugs, just increasing tongue muscle tone!

Discover 16 tongue exercises for sleep apnea! These exercises will strengthen the genioglossus muscle of your tongue and treat sleep apnea.

intrinsic tongue muscles | Bones Of The Skull, Muscles Of Tongue and Physiology

Bones Of The Skull, Muscles Of Tongue and Physiology at Loyola College - StudyBlue

the muscles of the tongue muscle

the muscles of the tongue muscle

Therapy idea - drink pudding (or very thick liquid) through straw to increase lip closure/tongue retraction and strengthens tongue muscles - Re-pinned by #PediaStaff.  Visit http://ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

Therapy idea - drink pudding (thick liquid) through straw to increase lip closure/tongue retraction, strengthen tongue muscles, help self regulation

Medical video: Tongue Muscles and the Hyoid Bone

Medical video: Tongue Muscles and the Hyoid Bone

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