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Will Snoring Stop With This New Innovation?

 

 

The answer is no, IF:

  1. You are experiencing discomfort or pain inserting the device. You are probably using a size of Mute that is too big, try a smaller size.
  2. The ratchet is on the floor of the nose and the paddles are at the bottom of the nostril. You have Mute upside down.
  3. There is a big gap between the bridge of Mute and the bridge of your nose. If you can’t push Mute in any further without discomfort, you are probably using a size of Mute that is too big, try a smaller size.
  4. You cannot insert the curved arms and paddles of Mute into your nostrils. You are probably using a size of Mute that is too big, try a smaller size.
  5. When Mute is inserted, you can feel that the top of the paddles are finishing well below the top crease of the nostril (where your nose joins your cheek). You are probably using a size of Mute that is too big, try a smaller size.
  6. You pull the bridge of Mute and it comes out easily. The size of Mute you are using is too small, try a larger size. Mute has been engineered to follow the internal anatomy of your nose, when you tug on the bridge of Mute you should feel a little resistance.

 

The answer is Yes*, If:

  1. You are NOT experiencing discomfort or pain inserting the device. You are probably using a size of Mute that is just right.
  2. The ratchet is on the BOTTOM of the nose and the paddles are on the FLOOR of the nostrils.
  3. There is a small gap between the bridge of Mute and the bridge of your nose.
  4. You can insert the curved arms and paddles of Mute into your nostrils.
  5. When Mute is inserted, you cannot feel that the top of the paddles are finishing well below the top crease of the nostril (where your nose joins your cheek).
  6. You pull the bridge of Mute and it does not come out easily. When you tug on the bridge of Mute you should feel a little resistance.

 

 

Ready to get peaceful sleep tonight?

*NOT all snoring originates in the nostrils. Determining the various causes for snoring requires the expertise of an Eye, Ear, Throat, Nose Specialist.

Call 1.877.430.2727.

Re-Edited by Bill Bistak B Sc.,SEO/SEM Spc, CRT

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