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THE WEIRD BENEFIT OF MOUTH TAPING

and why you should try it

THE WEIRD BENEFIT OF MOUTH TAPING

and why you should try it

Say goodbye to clunky, uncomfortable chin straps. Say hello to your best sleep ever.

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Nose Breathing =
Nitric Oxide Production

The effects of decreased nitric oxide aren’t pretty. They include:

Worsened heart function

High blood pressure

Lower cognitive function

Chronic inflammation

Weakened immunity

Nose breathing increases the amount of nitric oxide circulating in your blood. Since you spend a third of your life asleep, nose breathing while you sleep is critical.

Unfortunately, most of us breathe through our mouths every night.

The weird solution? Mouth taping.

The Benefits of Improved
Nitric Oxide Levels

Nitric oxide plays a crucial role in your health:

Improved

heart function

Lower blood pressure

Weight
loss

Better cognitive function

Lowered anxiety
& depression

Improved

heart function

Lower blood pressure

Weight loss

Better cognitive function

Lowered anxiety
& depression

Better athletic performance

Lowered inflammation

Smoother digestion

Improved
immune response

Less neuropathic pain

Better athletic performance

Lowered inflammation

Smoother digestion

Improved immune response

Less neuropathic pain

Are You A Nighttime
Mouth Breather?

You may be mouth breathing in the middle of the night without even knowing it! Even if you practice nose breathing all day long, you could still be slipping up while you’re asleep.

Signs of nighttime mouth breathing:

Getting up in the middle of the night to pee

Tossing and turning through the night

Nasty breath in the morning

Snoring

Gingivitis and or bleeding gums

Signs of teeth grinding

Cavities

Drool on your pillow

Sleep apnea

Mouth Taping for Nitric
Oxide Production

Mouth Taping for Nitric Oxide Production

Nervous about mouth taping? Don’t be.

The human body evolved to mostly breathe through the nose. Modern living is very different from the environment your body evolved to live in, though.

Give it a few days.

It only takes a few nights for your body to adjust to mouth taping. You’ll wake up more refreshed due to improved nitric oxide levels and better sleep. (Mouth breathing and interrupted sleep go hand in hand.)

What Users Have to Say
About SomniFix

“Somnifix is the best thing that has happened to me. It should be in every store and recommended by all sleep specialists ! It works and has made my overall health better now that I am getting good and restful sleep”

- Diana L.

“It has helped my sleeping tremendously! I wake up much less and I’m not so dehydrated in the morning.”

- Michael G.

“These strips really work! I love them - I used to wake up in the night and morning with a desert dry mouth. My sleep was interrupted by the feeling of a parched mouth constantly. These strips have completely changed my sleeping ability.”

- Mary M.

“Somnifix strips have changed my nights. I no longer get up to go to the bathroom every night. I sleep for 7-8hrs straight. No more waking myself up snoring or gasping. They have markedly improved the quality of my sleep. I tell everyone about them!”

- Patricia L.

How to Start Mouth Taping

01.

Buy SomniFix Strips

02.

Avoid using face creams or lip balm 30-60 minutes before bedtime

03.

Pucker up to apply the strip

04.

Enjoy sweet dreams!

If you don’t make it through the night, don’t give up! It may take a few nights to adjust.

Common Questions
About Mouth Taping

If my nose gets stuffy, will mouth tape make me suffocate?

No! Mouth taping might sound scary, but your body’s natural desire to keep breathing is incredibly strong. If your brain picks up on anything interfering with your breathing, your body will wake you up or remove the obstacle in your sleep.

For extra peace of mind, SomniFix Strips come with a mouth vent to give your nose a backup in case you have congested sinuses. It helps with the airflow and also the fear of mouth taping.

Are there people who shouldn't mouth tape?

So far, there are no contraindications for mouth taping, so everyone should be safe to do so. We don’t recommend it for babies or very young children, but otherwise, it should be perfectly safe.

The signs of ADHD are nearly identical to sleep disordered breathing in children. Mouth taping might be a helpful aid if your older child or teenager shows signs of sleep disordered breathing.

How long should I mouth tape?

There’s no set amount of time it takes to reset your breathing at night. Some people mouth tape for many years. You might be able to train your body into a better habit, but there’s no real reason to stop mouth taping if you want to continue to build a good habit.  

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