Congestion can cause difficulties with breathing, causing disruptive behaviours like snoring which can affect your sleep. …read moreSee less
But nasal strips might be able to help. They’re small, bandage-like structures that are placed on the bridge of your nose to relieve congestion during the night, and work by opening the nasal passage to make breathing easier. We have a range of nasal strips available, including those from popular brands such as Breathe Right.
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Can nasal strips help with snoring?
Congestion can often be worse at nighttime, leading to snoring because you’re more likely to breathe through your mouth when your nose is blocked.
Using a nasal strip can increase the airflow through your nose, helping to reduce snoring, making bedtime a more positive space for snorers and their partners.
How do nasal strips work?
As is the case with Breathe Right nasal strips, they work by using a special adhesive that gently lifts the flare of each nostril to open the nasal passage, providing relief from congestion.
By opening this passage wider, more air can flow through, which means you can breathe more easily.
Who can benefit from nasal strips?
If you’d like a non-medicated congestion treatment first, why not try nasal strips?
They can be used anytime when congestion is getting the better of you, not just when you’re trying to get to sleep.
This could be with an allergy flare-up, if you’ve got a pesky cold, during exercise or just throughout the day if congestion is an issue.
How can you clear a blocked nose while sleeping?
Congestion is usually worse at night as it’s harder for your body to drain the mucus, which may pool in the head resulting in a sinus headache when you awake in the morning.
Use a humidifier to add moisture to your dry nose, helping to ease the discomfort.
Using a saline rinse or spray can help to clear your sinuses and enable you to breathe better.