There are two types of sleep tape: nose tape and mouth tape. So which one is the superior choice for promoting nasal breathing and helping you breathe through congestion? Is one type of strip better than another for stopping snoring in its tracks? Let's dive in.
During periods of physical exertion, your muscles need all the oxygen they can get. And while blood oxygen level ranges from 95 to 99 percent, the delivery of that oxygen depends on the CO2 levels in the body. Nose breathing is the best way to safely increase CO2 levels in the body and boost performance.
Mouth breathing is a threat to your health. So what’s the best medicine? Breathing through the nose instead. But how can you make the transition from breathing through the mouth to breathing through your nose, especially when it’s an unconscious habit? Uncover the keys of how to breathe through the nose.
Nose breathing is far superior to mouth breathing, especially during sleep! The best way to ensure nose breathing at night? Simple! Mouth taping. Uncover the 6 benefits of mouth taping while you catch some zzz's.
Mouth breathing is the number one enemy of CPAP Compliance. When air escapes through your mouth, it renders the device ineffective. Uncover how you can instantly stop mouth breathing, significantly increasing your Compliance score and the effectiveness of your therapy as a result.
As humans, we’re fortunate enough to have two methods of respiration - through our noses, and through our mouths. However, not all breathing is created equal. As it turns out, breathing through our noses is the far superior method of respiration.
Mouth taping at night is not just a fad started by biohackers and yogis. It has benefits founded in concrete science that we should all be taking advantage of. Uncover the six key health benefits of mouth taping while you sleep, and how you can safely get started with mouth taping.