Breathe Right Nose Strips

crash1929

Hall of Fame
Has anyone ever used these? They have been very helpful for me. Its like my brain is working better.
 
Helpful for snoring, but don't make your brain work better. Since hemoglobin is ordinarily 100% oxygen saturated (unless you have pulmonary disease) in normal people breathing normally, pulling your nostrils wider open can't saturate it any more, so you'll have to settle for your brain as it already is. I'm sorry.
 
Has anyone ever used these? They have been very helpful for me. Its like my brain is working better.
If you are sleeping better, being less tired during the day may indeed make it seem like your brain is working better.

For seemingly such a simple product, it really does help a lot of people out there - including apparently, matt.flynn60's wife.
 

Javizzle

New User
I find that they definitely help me sleep at night. The quality of oxygen through the nose is much better because it's all filtered and stuff. If I don't wear the strips I end up breathing through my mouth.
 
Here's the review on Breathe Right Nasal Strips from consumer search:

"Breathe Right Nasal Strips

Help for mild snoring
Pros
•Mildly effective
•Not too disruptive
Cons
•Don't work for all mild snorers
•Not appropriate for serious snoring caused by sleep apnea

Recommendations of Breathe Right Nasal Strips are very equivocal; we found the best (or, at least, the least negative) reviews of this snoring remedy at Slate.com, BBC News Magazine, and SleepEducation.com.

Nasal congestion accounts for only ten percent of snoring cases, sleep researchers say, meaning only ten percent of snorers will find Breathe Right strips (which hold your nasal passages open as you sleep) to be an effective remedy. Still, reviews by users, tests by manufacturers and recommendations by doctors all point to Breathe Right Nasal Strips as the most effective (or, rather, the least ineffective) over-the-counter treatment for chronic snoring. The verdict on Breathe Right Nasal Strips is that they can't do any harm, but they can't control snoring nearly as well as behavioral or postural change, oral appliances or surgery."
- http://www.consumersearch.com/snoring-remedies/breathe-right-nasal-strips


I suppose it depends on whether you look at the glass as 90% empty or 10% full.

(My guess is that for the 10% it helps, most would think the product is worth purchasing.)
 

BMC9670

Hall of Fame
I find them effective, but for a very specific issue. Back playing college basketball, I caught an elbow to the nose that left some cartilage damage on the left side. The result of which is whenever I sleep on my right side, that cartilage cannot hold it's shape and blocks the air, forcing mouth breathing. I struggled with this for years until I tried Breath Rights. They hold my left nostril open and I can sleep on both sides comfortably now.
 
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crash1929

Hall of Fame
well i have a slight broken nose and it bends a little to the right. i notice more air coming into my right nostril when i use them.


anyone play with them?


i don't know what a hemoglobin or understand what you meant.
 

XFactorer

Hall of Fame
Do these strips have magnets in them?
Actually, they have holographic emblems on them that help realign your nasal-noise frequencies to effectively cancel any disruptive sounds while you sleep. It's just that simple!
 

BMC9670

Hall of Fame
Actually, they have holographic emblems on them that help realign your nasal-noise frequencies to effectively cancel any disruptive sounds while you sleep. It's just that simple!
Spend a few more bucks and try Breath Right Elite. They actually align the nasal-noise frequencies into a soothing lullaby. I've never slept so well...
 
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