RELIEVE YOUR NASAL CONGESTION TONIGHT
Whether you’re suffering from stuffiness or nasal congestion due to cold, allergies, or a deviated septum, Breathe Right nasal strips have a drug-free solution that works instantly and can help you breathe better all night long.
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CAUSES OF NIGHTTIME NASAL CONGESTION
Nighttime nasal congestion is commonly caused by a cold, allergies, or a deviated septum. You may have tried common cold treatments or allergy products to relieve your nighttime nasal congestion, but those may not provide the relief you are looking for, and many people prefer a drug-free option.
Millions of people suffer from nighttime nasal congestion due to their allergies. Prevalence of nasal allergies is increasing affecting as many as 30% of adults and up to 40% of children.
Americans suffer from 1 billion colds each year. Adults average 2 to 4 colds annually; children, 6 to 10. A stuffy nose caused by inflammation from colds makes getting enough rest difficult.
The septum is the cartilage that separates the nostrils. A deviated septum makes it harder to breathe through one or both sides of your nose.
6 DRUG-FREE TIPS FOR NIGHTTIME CONGESTION RELIEF
Your nose is congested, and you just can’t sleep. Sound familiar? It’s a problem facing millions of people on any given night. Here are some drug-free ways to immediately relieve nighttime nasal congestion.
HAVE SOUP FOR DINNER
What mothers have known for centuries, research is finally confirming: chicken soup really can make you feel better. It can act as an anti-inflammatory, helping clear the nose of excess mucus.
STEAM CLEAN YOUR NOSE
The simple act of inhaling steam can significantly loosen congestion. Before tucking in for the night, try taking a steaming shower or fixing yourself a hot cup of tea—and don’t forget to breathe deeply.
Try incorporating more ginger into your diet. Ginger is loaded with anti-inflammatory properties and has been used to combat colds and various ailments for centuries.
SET THE RIGHT HUMIDITY
The optimal level of humidity for sleep is between 30-50 percent. A hygrometer can measure humidity, to help you determine whether to run a humidifier or dehumidifier.
LIFT YOUR BED
Try elevating the head of your bed 6-8 inches. Sleeping at an incline can help your sinuses drain out and minimize swelling inside your nose.
ADD NASAL STRIPS
Nasal strips open your nasal passages from the outside, creating a wider opening for air to pass. This helps relieve nasal congestion caused by colds, allergies, or a deviated septum. They also help reduce snoring caused by nasal congestion.
HOW DOES BREATHE RIGHT® HELP YOU BREATHE BETTER?
Breathe Right® has spring-like bands that lift your nasal passages to help increase airflow so you can breathe better. And when you can breathe better, you can sleep better.
Cautions: For external use only. Do not use over sores, sunburned or irritated skin. Do not use more than 12 hours per day. Disposable – use each strip only once. For single use only. Keep out of reach of children. Not for children under 5 years of age. If rash or skin irritation occurs, discontinue use. The packaging of this product contains natural rubber latex which may cause allergic reactions. Can be used day or night.