Re-program your natural involuntary nasal breathing with Nasal Dilators and feel the real benefits of Health, Vitality and a feeling of confidence and well-being. Nasal Dilator can be used economically by simply washing after use in cool soapy water or with a sterilizing agent. The standard 2 pack will give you indefinite use.
Note: Max Air Nasal Dilators are also proving to be a great asset during exercise as a Quantum Generator, by balancing the natural breathing process. Ideal for cycling breathing techniques and aerobic exercise
We recommend using the Max-air nasal dilator
for a good night's sleep.
"How to stop snoring" snoring solutions.
Try these simple tests to find out what kind of snorer you are and how to treat it. relieve snoring causes.
Looking in a mirror, press the side of one nostril to close it. With your mouth closed, breathe in through your other nostril. If the nostril tends to collapse, ( deviated septum) try propping it open with the clean end of a matchstick. If breathing is easier with the nostril propped open, nasal dilators may solve your snoring problem. Test both nostrils.
Now, with your mouth closed, try breathing in through your nose. If you cannot breathe well through your nose you may be suffering from nasal stuffiness caused by allergy. Causes may include feather pillows and bedding, pet hair, house dust mite, allergic rhinitis, seasonal allergies, perfumes and body sprays, and household chemicals such as bleach.
Recommended remedies include adhesive nasal strips or plastic devices which hold open the nasal airways, ( Maxair nose dilators recommended) and nasal sprays which reduce congestion or swelling of nasal tissues.
Mouth breathing test
Open your mouth and make a snoring noise. Now close your mouth and try to make the same noise. If you can only snore with your mouth open then you are a 'mouth breather'.
Stick your tongue out as far as it will go and grip it between your teeth. Now try to make a snoring noise through your nose. If the snoring noise is reduced with your tongue in this forward position then you are probably what is known as a 'tongue base snorer'.
If none of these tests help it's possible that your soft palate is vibrating. 'Palatal flutter' is the vibration of the soft palate and uvula. This is often the cause of snoring in patients who are of normal weight.
Throat sprays coat the soft tissues of the throat with lubricating oils, allowing the air to move more freely and lessening the noisy vibration.
You may find that you fit into more than one of these snoring categories. For example, you may suffer from both palatal flutter and tongue base snoring. You may consider using a combination of the treatments mentioned above.
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