Noson Nasal Dilator - Made in SwitzerlandDifferent snoring cases require different solutions. Abstract: A nasal dilator capable of introducing separating forces in the nasal outer wall tissue, has a resilient member, and a pair of spaced-apart end surfaces which can be forced toward one another from an initial flat position of the dilator to thereby substantially reduce the direct spacing therebetween by an external spacing reducing force.
In contrast to the overall lack of changes in objective measurements observed in our study, patients given NDSs reported significant improvements in several subjective measurements, including quality of sleep, perceived snoring, and symptoms of excessive daytime somnolence, as evaluated by the ESS.
For snorers who breathe through the mouth even though the nasal passage is open and cannot correct this condition, then as a last resort, a direct solution for mouth-breathing is better than nothing—at least the noise and energy-loss are often eliminated.
10. A nasal dilator as defined in claim 6; and said retaining means including a single flexible non-adhesive segment between said two end-adhesive segments and extending about equal distances from said connection of said strip with said spring at said central portion thereof; and clamping means including a clamp-piece to secure said non-adhesive segment between said UV-spring and said clamp-piece at said central portion of said UV-spring, for enabling the wearer to install said leg-portions of said spring in said nasal opening without the wearer's fingers contacting said end-adhesive segments and to maintain alignment of said strip with said UV-spring.
33. A Nasal Dilator as defined in claim 31; and said non-adhesive segment comprising at least one thin semi-rigid piece attached to said nasal strip between said two end-adhesive segments, to determine the portion of the outer nostril walls subjected to said end-adhesive segments.
These findings are consistent with those of a previous open-label study that reported significant improvements in subjective measures of sleep during use of the BRNS: in adults with a history of snoring, the BRNS reduced daytime sleepiness on the Stanford Sleepiness Scale (P < 0.01); improved sleep quality; reduced number of awakenings and sleepiness upon awakening; and improved morning concentration (all P < 0.05) 20 However, while the global sleep assessments performed in the current study were all highly significant (P ≤ 0.002), there is an apparent lack of correlation between these subjective findings and many of the objective (PSG) measures of sleep, as no significant improvements were detected via PSG, including for arousals per hour, sleep efficiency, and sleep onset latency.
Our data indicate that the nasal dilator strip could be used as an alternative placebo intervention in randomized controlled trials of patients with severe OSA, as supported by the absence of effects in clinical sleep outcomes (sleep architecture and respiratory events) compared with CPAP.
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Johnson adds that for snoring that may occur as a result of positional issues, the combination of a positional device that promotes supine sleeping and Mute can improve airflow through the upper airway and they may work well together to address the issue.
27. A nasal dilator as defined in claim 6: and pad means connected to said leg-portions of said UV-spring at said contact portions thereof; said pad means including a soft resilient material having a substantially smooth outer surface for providing a degree of self-alignment in the only contact of said pad means with said inner surfaces of said nostril walls, to prevent said dilator from annoying the wearer; said pad means including a thin skin-friendly flexible cover enclosing said meterial to seal and protect same; and said flexible nasal strip also including small non-adhesive portions at the very ends thereof adjacent to said end-adhesive segment, to enable easy peeling of said end-adhesive segments by the wearer for removal thereof from said outer surfaces of said outer nostril walls.