WoodyKnows Nasal Dilators for Nasal Congestion Snoring and Sleep Apnea Relief Gently opens the ala nasi from the inside for easier breathing Relieves cold & allergy nasal congestion and snoring; provides clearer breathing for deviated septums Designed according to the natural shape of your nostrils for comfort and fit with soft medical-grade plastic BPA- and Phthalate-free Securely stays in place for fuss-free sleep; adhesive-free design does not irritate skin as with nasal strips Drug-free relief reusable for up to 30 days per dilator Why Choose WoodyKnows Nasal Dilators? - Adhesive-free design does not irritate skin as with nasal strips - Advanced two-part-plug-in structure. The dilators are gentle and do not hurt the nose while the connector is firm and sits securely in nose for fuss-free sleep - Go deeper in the nasal passage than other dilators due to natural shape and slanted posture so it can open the nose effectively without any discomfort - Ultra thin flexible and natural shape dilators for comfort and fit - Discreet invisible design - Does not impact nose hairs - Drug-free relief Select Your Size Small: Child or small adult nose Medium: Medium adult nose Large: Large adult nose * Recommend ordering the S/ M/ L multipack if you have never used the product before because size does make a difference. Packaging Contents: 3 nasal dilators (Trialpack S/ M/ L) storage case manual Others: - When removing the dilator do not pull the center connector forcibly. If disconnected the inserted parts may become difficult to remove - To block pollen and PM 20 dust for allergy relief please search WoodyKnows on this website for WoodyKnows Ultra Breathable nasal filters - To block even smaller PM 2. 5 particles and germs please search WoodyKnows on this website for WoodyKnows Super Defense nasal filters Woody Knows Your Nose!
The past decade has seen a rapid increase in the number of subjects being referred for the diagnosis of obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS) and OSAS is considered as a major contributor for the increased morbidity seen in patients with cardiorespiratory ailments. Nasal continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) is the first line of treatment for these patients. In spite of it giving good relief, a sizable number of them refuse CPAP treatment. The poor compliance is due to the discomfort associated with its usage as well as its prohibitive cost. As there is repetitive nocturnal hypoxia-reoxygenation in OSAS, oxidative stress has been considered as an underlying mechanism for the link between OSAS and cardiorespiratory diseases. Even though the markers for oxidative stress were found to be increased in these patients, whether anti-oxidant intake produces beneficial effects was not demonstrated until recently. The present monograph highlights how oral intake of anti-oxidants improves the quality of sleep in patients with OSAS. It also hints that such a line of treatment may reduce their dependency on CPAP.