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Nasal Airway Obstruction Snoring

Do you snore with your mouth open?

Blocked nostrils may be having an effect on the quality of your sleep and the sleep of your partner.

Nasal Airway Obstruction is one of the two main causes of snoring.

Allergies and even a common cold can make it more difficult for you to breathe through your nose during sleep.

When some people can't breathe through their nose they often sleep with their mouth open.  

This causes your jaw to drop and allows your soft palate and tongue to close off the back of your throat - creating that recognisable snoring sound when you inhale.

nasal-strip-image-updated.jpgSlumber Guard Nasal Strips are an ideal drug-free solution for Nasal Airway Obstruction.

We put 20% more in the box than our competitors - and have two reinforcing plastic springs in order to last through the night.

The strip itself is made of breathable material which is much more comfortable and friendly to your skin than plastic.

With Slumber Guard Nasal Strips you can rest assured that you have got the best value strips that money can buy.


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