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The boxed cake story

The boxed cake story

Tuesday, January 04, 2022

Too good to be true!

Years ago when the first boxed cake mix was introduced, it required that you only had to mix water with the cake mix and you would produce a delicious cake. What a discovery! This was so simple that no one bought it. This sounded “too good to be true”! Surely the cake could not be any good if all you had to do was add water to the cake mix!


Back to the drawing board, it went and now you have to mix an egg, oil, and water with the cake mix to produce a delicious cake. Sales are great! When was the last time you made a cake from scratch?

Enter the IJustWantTo Correct My Tongue Thrust program into a pool of different treatments to stop snoring. Which one do we choose? Surgery to lop off or stiffen our uvula? Surgery to suspend the tongue with a screw so it doesn’t fall into the airway? Surgery to reshape the palate? Use a CPAP machine that will blow air to keep your airway open. Ongoing expenses, daily cleanings, unpleasant to look at, travel hassles, etc. are required. Appliances can pull your tongue forward to stick out of your mouth to keep it out of your airway. The list goes on and on.

As simple as adding water to a cake mix

AHAA! The IJustWantTo Correct My Tongue Thrust program is as simple as adding water to the cake mix. Think of the cake mix as your oral cavity where your tongue and teeth live. Move the tongue out of the way with simple tongue exercises. You don’t need to invade parts of the oral cavity. Repeat your simple exercises twice a day and strengthen those muscles that are needed to train your tongue to “live” on the roof of your mouth.

We can’t find a way to make the IJustWantTo Correct My Tongue Thrust program difficult and there are certainly no plans to change the simplicity of the program.

Sometimes you will find that it truly IS too good to be true. Go with it.

Use the coupon code "10off" for 10% off the stop snoring program and start tonight to get a great night’s sleep.

Janet M. Bennett

Written by:

Janet Bennett, M.Ed., CCC-SLP, is a Speech Pathologist in private practice in Asheville, NC, since 1977. She specializes in treating tongue thrust, a swallowing disorder that can result in buckteeth, an open bite, a lisp, snoring, and other problems that have not yet been made known to most people.