Breathe Right nasal strips are self-adhesive and stick on the outside of the nose. They are designed to keep the nostrils open and reduce snoring by doing so. This article gives an overview of Breathe Right nasal strips as a product and explains its uses.
A blocked nose is no fun for anyone, lest of all the person who is sleeping alongside the one who cannot breathe.
So whether or not it is a cold resulting in stuffiness or whether snoring is a continual problem, the nose strips should work as a kind of nasal dilator.
They work by keeping the nostrils open, allowing more oxygen in and therefore making it a little easier to get a breath.
The strips come in various sizes, so it is possible to find one that will suit everyone, be it a size 6 woman or an XXL man.
The frustration of snoring
Sleeping next to a snorer or sharing a flat with a snorer can be a real pain in the neck, so if you are being kept awake, then the Breathe Right nasal strips are worth a try.
Benefits of using the Breathe Right nasal strips They are drug free, easy to apply and easy to remove and will almost certainly offer some kind of relief. They will enable the snorer to get as much air as possible in through the nose by keeping the nostrils open, and thereby resulting in a bit of peace for everyone else. For use in the athletic field
The Breathe Right nasal strips have also been used by those doing sport. In addition to helping those who are struggling with the sniffles, they can be used by athletes who want to get as much oxygen into their systems as possible when they are going full pelt on the track or on the field.
Affordable prices The other bonus about the Breathe Right nasal strips is that they are incredibly cheap - 30 strips retail at around £13.95 - although it is possible to buy smaller packets. Availability and accessibility They are easy to get your hands on and will be readily available in all major pharmacies like Boots and Superdrug. Breathe Right Nasal strips are also available to buy in supermarkets like Tesco, Asda and Sainsburys.
Final word There is no need to ask for a prescription and they are an investment that could result in everyone getting a bit more sleep.