I saw 2 ladies this morning, a mother and daughter who both get treated. When they came in they told me that they both, for the first time, were whistling in the car this morning. They had not been able to whistle before this. Well, whistling is a complicated activity. Your facial muscles must work right. Your tongue muscles must work right and the back of your throat must work right. If all these parts aren't working well, you won't be able to whistle. Whistling is something I check on initial examination. Many of my clients (especially ADHD boys) cannot whistle. This is a sign that the brain isn't working right. Oftentimes, people don't tell me of a problem they have, yet after a series of treatments, the problem disappears. Go, brain, go!