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A new anti snoring device has recently hit the market and it’s causing a lot of hype judging by the amount of Google searches for the product.
So what is this Cripple device? In essence it is just a form of nasal dilator.
One of the biggest reasons for snoring is impaired nasal breathing. If your nasal breathing is impaired due to stuffiness, a cold or a deviated Septum then air will struggle to flow evenly through the nose and induce snoring.
Nasal Dilators work by gently expanding the nostrils and keeping them open so that air can freely flow through the nasal passage again.
Non snorers also find relief from better nasal breathing at night. You’ll feel more rested because more oxygen is reaching your brain while you are asleep.
Some people use these nasal dilators for endurance sports such as cycling to help them breath more air into your nasal passages with each breath because of wider open nostrils.
Here is my list of the best nasal dilators of 2019.
Try one if you suspect that you are a nose based snorer due to impaired nasal breathing.
It might just be exactly what you were missing in your life.
Now, you might not be a nose based snorer and therefore a nasal dilator will not work for you.
There are 3 types of snorers and each type needs to be treated differently.
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Once you’ve taken the snoring test, you’ll know exactly what it is that is causing you to snore. You’ll also know what you can do about it.