Mute: Comfort Fit Nose Stents for Snoring Cessation - Large

Mute: Comfort Fit Nose Stents for Snoring Cessation - Large

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Research shows the humble nose holds the key to a good night’s sleep.

The ability to breathe freely through the nose during sleep, rather than the mouth, is essential to optimising our sleep, as well as our long term health.

If congestion, blockages, a deviated septum, or simply narrow airways are affecting your ability to breathe freely, disrupting your sleep or contributing to snoring, then Mute may be right for you.

These stents are clinically designed to allow the free movement of air through the nostrils which stimulates the smooth muscle at the back of the palate and prevents them from closing over the airway, preventing snoring and also helping to contribute to a better nights sleep for you and your partner.

Used either alone or as part of the BreathEase kit they can also be effective at reducing the risk of developing sleep apnoea, a potentially harmful condtion.

Available in a range of sizes.


Snoring can be disturbing for the sleeper and their partner causing poor quality sleep for all, and this puts you at risk of falling asleep during the day, suffering depressed immune responses and developing anxiety and depression - it is no laughing matter.

Research shows the humble nose holds the key to a good night’s sleep.

The ability to breathe freely through the nose during sleep, rather than the mouth, is essential to optimising our sleep, as well as our long term health.

If congestion, blockages, a deviated septum, or simply narrow airways are affecting your ability to breathe freely, disrupting your sleep or contributing to snoring, then Mute may be right for you.

A simple but effective first line of defence, Mute sits comfortably inside the nose increasing airflow and improving breathing.

Clinical trial have shown that airflow increased by an average of 38% and a user trial showed 78% of users could breathe better at night.

Snoring is very common and it often has more than one cause.

Underlying causes of snoring can be difficult to diagnose and may relate to deformities of the nasal septum (the cartilage between the two sides of the nose) and the other internal nasal structures.

Snoring may also be caused by blockages in the nose due to nasal allergies or colds or can result from the use of medication or alcohol. It is not uncommon for women to snore during pregnancy.


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