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Mouth Breathing Treatment: The Simplest Way to Stop Mouth Breathing at Night

Mouth Breathing Treatment: The Simplest Way to Stop Mouth Breathing at Night

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Looking for Effective Mouth Breathing Treatment? 

You’re not alone. As education and awareness increases around the harmful impacts of mouth breathing while you sleep, an increasing number of people are in search of a mouth breathing treatment. Thankfully, we’ve developed SomniFix Strips as the ultimate solution to instantly stopping nighttime mouth breathing in its tracks. 

In this article, we’ll explore the detrimental effects of nighttime mouth breathing, the benefits of switching to nose breathing, and how SomniFix Strips are the most practical, effective, and affordable mouth breathing treatment. Let’s dive into it. 

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Mouth Breathing at Night is Detrimental to Your Health

Understanding the need for a mouth breathing treatment starts with first understanding the negative short and long-term impacts of being a mouth breather. In the short-term, mouth breathing leads to three main problems: 

  1. Waking up with a dry mouth and sore throat caused by the rapid evaporation of saliva through the open mouth.
  2. Mouth breathing is the #1 culprit of snoring. Not only is this embarrassing habit extremely annoying for your sleep partner, it also causes sleep fragmentation. This leads to daytime sleepiness, irritability, impatience, and reduced physical and cognitive ability.
  3. Sinus and nasal congestion caused by overbreathing. When you breathe through your mouth, you are actually inhaling and exhaling too much air. This causes your body to produce mucus in order to try to slow the rate of breathing. However, with the mouth open, this creates a vicious cycle that results in you waking up feeling stuffy. 

Beyond the short-term implications, being a chronic mouth breather at night can lead to serious long-term health effects, including:

  1. Diminished oral hygiene as a result of constant dry mouth. You see, the saliva in our mouths protects our teeth, gums, and tissues from harmful bacteria. When that saliva dries up, the bacteria multiply and we become susceptible to things like cavities, bad breath, tooth decay, and gum disease. 
  2.  Lower sleep quality caused by reduced levels of nitric oxide in the body. Nitric oxide plays a fundamental role in our cardiovascular, immune, and digestive systems. Levels of nitric oxide decrease while mouth breathing, leading to problems such as high blood pressure, inflammation, erectile dysfunction, athletic performance, and more. 
  3. Reduced cognitive and physical performance as a result of oxygen-carbon dioxide imbalance. The overbreathing that results from mouth breathing results in a carbon dioxide deficit within the body. This reduces muscle performance and recovery, as well as cognitive function. 

With these impacts in mind, finding a mouth breathing treatment, like SomniFix Strips, is paramount if you are a chronic nighttime mouth breather. 

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Nose Breathing: The Superior Method of Respiration

Inherently, mouth breathing treatments facilitates nose breathing. After all, you still need to breathe somehow! Given that there are actually a large number of benefits associated with nose breathing, this increases the need for a mouth breathing treatment beyond just avoiding the detrimental effects of mouth breathing. 

Without getting into the science of it, nose breathing helps optimize your sleep, aids in recovery, boosts the immune system, and improves physical and cognitive performance. Pretty great, right? On second thought, let’s actually get into the science of it. 

  1. Nose breathing facilitates the Parasympathetic Response, also known as the “Relaxation Response.” This response helps to counteract the damage done to our bodies by stress. In turn, this leads to more relaxed, restorative sleep. 
  2. Secondly, the relaxed pace of respiration means that nose breathing maintains an equilibrium of oxygen and carbon dioxide levels. This aids with muscle recovery, physical performance, and cognitive performance. 
  3. Nose breathing drastically increases levels of nitric oxide, the “supermolecule.” This has countless benefits including aiding with digestion, athletic performance, weight loss, mental health, healthy blood pressure, immunity, inflammation, and cognitive function.
  4. When we breathe through our noses, the mucus and hairs in our nasal passages help to protect our lungs and airways. The incoming air is warmed, humidified, and filtered as it passes through the nose so that by the time it reaches the lungs it is primed for respiration. 

Now that we understand how mouth breathing is detrimental and nose breathing is beneficial, let’s get into the ultimate mouth breathing treatment. 

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Stop Mouth Breathing in its Tracks with SomniFix Strips

The way to stop mouth breathing while sleeping is simple. Close your mouth, and breathe through your nose. Sounds easy enough, but how do you ensure that you’re keeping your mouth closed all night long? Thankfully, SomniFix Strips make that easy. 

SomniFix Strips use a gentle, hypoallergenic adhesive to keep your lips sealed without causing any discomfort. By keeping your lips sealed, you’ll avoid all the pitfalls of mouth breathing, while benefiting from the many advantages of nose breathing. 

“But what if my nose gets clogged? Aren’t I going to suffocate?” Relax, you’re not going to suffocate. SomniFix Strips have a built in breathing vent so that you can breathe through your mouth, if necessary. 

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Not all Mouth Breathing Solutions are Created Equal

When exploring other mouth breather treatments, the most common thing you’ll come across is a chin strap. A nighttime chin strap is something you wear over your head that, naturally, has a strap that goes under your chin. Picture a minimalistic rugby helmet with the strap done up super tight. The idea is that the strap keeps your jaw closed, making it more difficult for you to breathe through your mouth.

Although great in theory, chin straps are only marginally effective in practice. They can be obnoxious, uncomfortable, itchy and hot. Plus, they don’t even completely prevent mouth breathing, as your lips are still able to open. Furthermore, if you sleep on your back and you snore, chin straps can actually make your snoring worse

Why would you dress up like a scrum half to go to bed, when you can get more comfort and better performance from a simple strip?

Somnifix is the ultimate way to stop mouth breathing at night

The Ultimate Mouth Breathing Treatment 

If you're a mouth breather, don’t settle for a cumbersome chin strap or some other complex and uncomfortable mouth closing contraption. If it’s too uncomfortable to sleep with, or if it still allows your lips to move, then it’s not an effective form of mouth breathing treatment. 

SomniFix are the simplest, most effective, and most comfortable mouth breathing solution. For less than 75 cents per night you can stop mouth breathing in its tracks and instead reap the benefits of nose breathing. 

Stop mouth breathing tonight and start getting your best sleep ever. Click here to learn more about SomniFix Strips and our 7 Night Money-Back Guarantee. 

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