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How to use Nose Patch correctly

How to use Nose Patch correctly

2020-06-29

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Anti Snoring Nasal Strips. When properly applied, they lift and widen the space in the nasal passage. Subjects wearing the strips in tests indicated that they believed that the strips helped them breathe more easily. Studies indicate that they are useful in increasing nasal cavity volume in the front three centimeters of the human nose, and for that purpose could be an alternative to decongestive nose sprays, and they have been shown to reduce snoring loudness and improve quality of sleep. 


Nasal strips

Nasal strips adhere to the skin, holding open the anterior nasal aperture and prevent it from collapsing. They are of particular interest to those athletes who have to wear a mouthguard and need to be able to breathe more through their nostrils than their mouths.

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Try Breathe Right and sleep a better night

Breathe Right Clear nasal strips are easier to remove than the Original Tan nasal strips and may be preferred by those with sensitive skin. Breathe Right nasal strips open your nose up to 38% more than allergy medicines alone* and can help you reduce or even stop nasal snoring. That's why millions of people around the world use Breathe Right nasal strips to breathe better so they can sleep better.

Nasal congestion due to colds and allergies can make breathing difficult, especially at night. Breathe Right nasal strips are made of flexible spring-like bands that widen the air passages in the nose to provide relief for congestion due to colds, allergies, or a deviated septum and reduce nasal snoring caused by nighttime nasal congestion. 


Breathe Right Clear nasal strips have the added benefit of easy removal.

These are narrow adhesive strips that have a lot of spring in them. You peel a protective strip off the back of the strip and simply stick it onto your nose by centering it on the bridge of the nose and pressing it down onto the nostrils on either side. The springiness of the strip holds the nostrils open so they don’t collapse when you breathe deeply as you do when you are sleeping. They are available online and in most big chain pharmacies

If you snore like a buzz saw or have a bed partner who does, you may have wondered if over-the-counter nasal strips like Breathe Right might actually help. Possibly, if the cause of the snoring is nasal congestion (such as from a cold or allergies) or nasal obstruction (such as from a deviated septum). They may be worth a try since they are simple to use, noninvasive, and relatively inexpensive; the only risk is skin irritation.

 

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