Mute is helping thousands sleep soundly across the UK. mutesnoring.com

Mute is helping thousands sleep soundly across the UK mutesnoring.com […]

Mute is helping thousands sleep soundly across the UK

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Mute – the nasal dilator created by medical experts – is proven to help snorers with difficulties breathing properly through their nose because of nasal obstruction, congestion or narrow airways.

According to experts improving sleep can promote sharper thinking and may reduce the likelihood of age-related cognitive decline but research shows that 40% of people living in the UK suffer sleep issues and 1 in 4 people are having a problem breathing through their nose . Improved nasal breathing is a key factor to better sleep and reduced snoring, with many sleep problems – including snoring – associated with disordered breathing.

Mute sits comfortably inside the nostrils and gently widens (stents) the nasal passages to improve airflow during sleep throughout the night, without the use of drying nasal sprays, which only work for a limited time. Made from soft medical grade polymers Mute is anatomically designed not to irritate the soft tissues inside the nose. Once fitted correctly, just a small, discrete translucent bridge is visible and you’ll forget it’s there.

Available at Boots, Amazon, leading chemists and www.mutesnoring.com It comes in three sizes – small, medium and large rrp £16.99 containing three in a box offering a months supply. All sizes adjust to fit all nose sizes and types and a trial pack helps you find the right size for you rrp £12.99

Mute can be used by itself or in conjunction with other solutions to aid more complex snoring problems according to UK sleep dentists, recommending its use alongside a mandibular advancement device, if they suffer from nasal obstruction or congestion.

According to Mute’s Sales and Marketing Director in the UK, Steve Smith it’s proven to work: “When you first put Mute in, you get an instant rush of air, you can really feel the difference it makes to airflow. Almost everyone has a real ‘AHA!” moment when they try Mute for the first time with many claiming This is the first time I’ve actually taken a breath through my nose in years.”

“Mute has been shown to help snorers; particularly those with night-time nasal congestion or nasal obstructions. Both snorers and their partners report a better night’s sleep when Mute is used, waking more refreshed. In a user trial, 75% of partners reported snoring was less/much less when the snorer used Mute. so by enabling better breathing through the nose while asleep, you can wake feeling more rested.” concludes Steve Smith.