STUFFY NOSE & SNORING?

Breathe Right® nasal strips instantly open your nasal passages to help you reduce or even stop snoring. A cold, allergies or even a deviated septum* can cause nasal congestion that leads to snoring. And that means a noisy night for everyone. How can Breathe Right® help?  The spring-like bands in Breathe Right® nasal strips lift and open nasal passages to help you breathe better so you can sleep better. And snore less.

Stuffy Nose & Snoring?

90%

OF SNORERS

reported better sleep

with Breathe Right

 

Scharf et al. Ear Nose Throat Journal 1994.

An illustration showing normal, clear breathing, no vibration.

1. NORMAL BREATHING

An illustration showing breathing while sleeping with relaxed throat muscles and a partially blocked airway.

2. DURING SLEEP, RELAXED MUSCLES PARTIALLY BLOCK THE AIRWAY

An illustration showing breathing with a partially blocked airway causing vibration and snoring.

3. THE PARTIAL BLOCKAGE CAUSES VIBRATION, THE SOUND OF SNORING

An illustration showing breathing while sleeping with a partially blocked airway and congestion causing increased vibration and snoring.

4. NASAL CONGESTION CAN INCREASE THE BLOCKAGE AND VIBRATION

HOW DOES A STUFFY NOSE LEAD TO SNORING?

HOW DOES A STUFFY NOSE LEAD TO SNORING?

While there are many factors that lead to snoring - like sleeping on your back, the normal aging process, drinking alcohol close to bed time and obesity -  nasal congestion is one of the top reasons.

If you’re a snorer, here’s what’s happening in your nose and throat to cause all that noise at nighttime.

  1. When you’re breathing normally, air flows into your nose and through your airway quietly.
  2. As you fall asleep, the muscles in your throat and tongue relax, which can partially block your airway.
  3. As you breathe, air passing through the partially blocked airway causes vibrations of the soft palate and uvula in the back and the throat, generating the sound of snoring.
  4. Nasal congestion can block your airway even more, making snoring even worse. Congestion itself can turn a quiet sleeper into a snorer – in fact, severe nasal congestion triples the risk of snoring!
A couple sleeping peacefully together.
NOT THE ONE WHO’S SNORING?

NOT THE ONE WHO’S SNORING?

If you sleep next to someone who snores, you know all too well that their snoring can affect your ability to get a good night’s sleep. Thankfully, Breathe Right® nasal strips may be able to help. If your partner suffers from nighttime nasal congestion, a Breathe Right® nasal strip can help reduce or even eliminate their snoring. In the meantime, you can help yourself with these tips for getting a good night’s rest while sleeping with a snorer:

  1. GET TO BED EARLY
    Try to hit the hay before your partner, so you’re in a deeper sleep when they turn in.
  2. DROWN OUT THE SNORING
    Get a white noise maker to mask the sound of your partner’s snoring.
  3. ROLL THEM OVER
    Sleeping on your back contributes to snoring, so give your partner a gentle nudge to get them back on their side.
  4. GET FIT
    Being overweight can increase the chances of snoring. Help your partner get in shape and take off the weight.
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REDUCE OR EVEN STOP SNORING WITH BREATHE RIGHT®.

If congestion is the cause of your or your bedmate’s snoring, Breathe Right® nasal strips can help. By opening your nasal passages so you can breathe better, Breathe Right® nasal strips can reduce or even eliminate snoring. Which means you – and your partner – can get a peaceful night’s rest. 

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