Rhinomed Mute Snoring Device Large x 3 Pack
Research shows the humble nose holds the key to a good night’s sleep.^1 The ability to breathe freely through the nose during sleep, rather than the mouth, is essential to optimising our sleep, as well as our long term health. If congestion, blockages, a deviated septum, or simply narrow airways are affecting your ability to breathe freely, disrupting your sleep or contributing to snoring, then Mute may be right for you. A simple but effective first line of defence, Mute sits comfortably inside the nose increasing airflow and improving breathing.
Clinical trial showed airflow increased by an average of 38%^2 and a user trial showed 78% of users could breathe better at night.^3
1. Egan et al, Nasal Obstruction and Sleep Disordered Breathing. Operative Techniques in Otolaryngology (2006) 17, 268-272
2. S Braham, The Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital 2003.
3. 2014 User Trial, n=118 couples, Results may vary