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Is Nasal Dilator The Right Snoring Solution For You?

Different snoring cases require different solutions. In a study carried out by Turnbull et al, 35 24 women between the 16th and 39th weeks of gestation with nasal congestion were randomized into two groups: one of them used placebo, and the other an END ( Table 4 ). The subjects were assessed during 3 nights.
8. A nasal dilator as defined in claim 6; and resilient pad means operatively connected to each of said leg portions at said contact portions to provide the only contact of said leg portions with said inner surfaces of said nostril-walls to avoid discomfort for the wearer; and said flexible strip including at least one non-adhesive segment between said two end adhesive segments for enabling the wearer to install said UV-spring in said nasal openings without the wearer's fingers contacting said end adhesive segments, and to position a large share of said two end adhesive segments for adhering to said outer surfaces above the nose-flange.



Abstract: A nasal breathing assist device includes one or two open-ended tubular elements each extending along a central tube axis between a relatively large first end and a relatively small second end, and at least one non-resilient tab extends from the first end toward the second end of the tubular element.
26. A nasal dilator as defined in claim 6: and said UV-spring comprising substantially flat spring material; said nasal strip including an aperture at the center thereof; and said UV-spring including projecting means at the center thereof disposed to enter said aperture in said nasal strip, for enabling the wearer to readily align said center of said nasal strip with said center of said UV-spring when installing each new nasal strip.

The report also focuses on global major leading industry players of Global External Nasal Dilator market providing information such as company profiles, product picture and specification, capacity, production, price, cost, revenue and contact information.
Thomas et al 13 stated in 1998 that such devices were first used in American football players, making up for the mouth guard the athletes had to use, which makes it difficult to breathe through the mouth and, consequently, makes nasal breathing even more important during exercise.
34. A nasal dilator as defined in claim 31; and said flexible nasal strip including a third adhesive segment at the center thereof to be pressed by the wearer onto said central portion of said UV-spring to connect said flexible nasal strip thereto; said third adhesive segment having a length disposed to provide two non-adhesive segments between said two end adhesive segments and said third adhesive segment, for enabling the wearer to install said dilator without the wearer's fingers contacting said adhesive segments and to determine the portion of the outer nasal walls subjected to said end adhesive segments.

Moreover, the external nasal dilators are widely available in all popular online websites as over-the-counter (OTC) devices such as and Some examples of the product include Breathe Right by GlaxoSmithKline, Breathe Clear by HealthRight Products, and Equate Clear Nasal Strips by Walmart.
The dilator illustrated herein comprises a thin U or V-shaped member, preferably a spring (hereinafter referred to as UV-spring); the preferred forms of the invention include thin pads at each spring-end for soft contact on the nasal surfaces when the two spring-ends are inserted, each in one of the two nostrils to expand the nasal opening.

A questionnaire was designed to evaluate the level of satisfaction with the given treatment and included questions regarding the impact of the treatment on sleep quality, feelings upo

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