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Updated: Feb 13

Episode 36 of the Airway First podcast is now out! You can catch this and all other episodes on Apple, SoundCloud, Podbean, RSS, Spotify, or wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts. And check us out on YouTube!

Airway First Podcast with Angie Weber

My guest today is Angie Weber. On a mission to break generational cycles, Angie is the mom of twins, wife, podcast host, and is the creator of The Parent Toolbox.

She has taken her knowledge of natural products and the therapeutic techniques she has learned through her own healing journey and now shares them with parents for their own parenting toolboxes.

You can find out more about Angie at

I learned to be an advocate because what I was being told, just didn't sit right with me. There is a lot of "shoulding" in mom life that we need to learn to let go of. ~ Angie Weber

When discussing the long-term health impacts of childhood airway disorders one area that cannot be emphasized enough is the mental health impacts airway disorders have on kids.

Mental health conditions are very common. Research shows that 1 in 6 youth/adolescents will experience a mental health condition at any given time. Additionally, 50% of all lifetime mental health conditions begin before age 14, and 75% start before age 24. However, identifying warning signs or symptoms and seeking treatment early can make a difference in reducing the impact of a mental health condition.

Show Notes:

Children's Airway First Foundation Resource Library

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