I snore something awful, according to my friends and family. I sound like Chewbacca running a buzz rig on a freight train. So, I tried a sample of these strips.
The Breathe Right nasal strip is a drug-free, nonprescription device that works mechanically - from the outside - to gently open nasal passages. This reduces the resistance to air flowing through the nasal passages and improves the ability to breathe through the nose.
How does it work?
Within each Breathe Right strip are flexible, "spring-like" bands. On the underside is a special adhesive that, when placed properly on the nose, gently sticks to the area right above the flare of each nostril. As the bands attempt to straighten back to their original shape, they gently lift the sides of the nose and open the nasal passages, providing immediate and continual relief.
Positioning these correctly are going to be the MOST difficult thing for a disabled person. It took me 3 tries to get a decent positioning. It was either too high or too low.
Attempt at positioning -- it was STILL wrong, as you can see.
These work really well, if positioned correctly. My snoring was cut drastically. I also slept deeper and I felt more rested the next morning.
Breathe Right strips are available from most retailers starting at $4.99 and up. However, you can get a sample of these strips right from the Breathe Right website.
Breathe Right strips work great, once positioned correctly. Breathing was easier and snoring was lessened drastically.
WOULD RECOMMEND: Yes