Eating & Digestion
It has been observed that some children with tongue mobility restriction feel the impact of this on their ability to eat a wide range of food types and textures. It has been reported that these can be fussy eaters, and they are often reluctant to attempt to eat certain types of food which they find difficult to chew. This can obviously have an effect on general digestion as well as nutrition. Some tongue-tied babies are unable to control their saliva and are constant dribblers.