Sweet Sleep Band by Lifeclinic - Advanced Gentle Mouth band for Better Nose Breathing,Improved Nighttime Sleeping, Less Mouth Breathing, and Instant Snoring Relief
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Sweet Sleep Band
- Advanced Gentle Mouth band for Better Nose Breathing,
Improved Nighttime Sleeping, Less Mouth Breathing, and Instant Snoring Relief
PROMOTES NOSE BREATHING DURING SLEEP
- Clinical studies show that nose breathing leads to more efficient blood oxygenation,
more consistent deep sleep, less snoring and overall more restful nights.
This band is the simplest, safest, and most effective way to ensure nose breathing while you sleep.
COMFORTABLE AND EASY TO APPLY
- Not one time use tape, but semi-permanent use head band. Unlike tape type of sleep band, it is washable and recyclable.
Also it was made by knit fabric which has high elasticity
SGS 100% SAFE Guarantee - SGS, Testing laboratory company tested safety of this product
If you feel tire after long sleep, you feel dry in your mouth and nose in the morning,
if you have snoring problem, you recommend this product. (It is not medical instrument)
Mouth Breathing Treatment Stop Mouth Breathing
You’ve probably heard the joke about mouth breathers but if you are one of them, you know there is nothing funny about it.
In fact, it could be a matter of life and death.
Mouth breathers are those who breathe through their mouths instead of their noses.
Breathing through the mouth has negative health implications.
There are those who breathe with their mouths only when they are asleep and those who do even when they are awake
How do you know if you breathe through your mouth at night?
You can easily check this by checking for dryness in the mouth immediately you wake up.
If your mouth is dry, then you breathe through it in your sleep.
What causes mouth breathing?
Mouth breathing can be is as a result of either one of these:
1. Nasal obstruction: There is resistance to the smooth flow of air
2. It can also be habitual where you formed a habit of breathing through the mouth since you were a child
3. In the third trimester of pregnancy, mouth breathing is common.
However if you are not a mouth breather this will stop.
Why is it important that you breathe through your nose?
The normal anatomical function is to breathe through your nose.
And there are good reasons why you should maintain this natural provision.
1. Breathing through the mouth reduces the oxygen absorption capacity of the lungs.
As you breathe through the nose, nitric oxide gas is produced by mucus in small levels.
This gas increases the lung’s oxygen absorption capacity.
Prolonged oxygen inadequacy has detrimental long term effects to your overall health.
2. Air breathed through the nose is cleansed of harmful microbes and other impurities.
As the air travels through the hose, they are filtered in the mucus lining of nose.
This mucus lining also moisturizes and warms the air.
3. Breathing through the mouth is detrimental to your oral health.
It dries out gums and promotes acidity increasing the risk of cavities and plague.
It also increases the risk of gum disease.
4. Research has proven that mouth breathing at night worsens snoring.
5. As absurd as this may sound, breathing through the mouth can lead to facial deformation.
This mostly happens in children.
How to stop mouth breathing
We recommend you to use "SWEET SLEEP BAND"
This sounds ridiculous right?
However mouth taping & banding have proven to be one of the most effective techniques on how to sleep with your mouth closed.
How does it work?
As the name suggests this method involves taping & banding your mouth to keep it closed during sleep.