Nasal Dilator In Cases Of Nasal ObstructionSleep apnea is a sleep disorder characterized by a pause in breathing. Similarly, many people with sleep-breathing problems already sleep on their sides or stomachs already for the following reasons: Due to various degrees of jaw narrowing, the tongue and voice box (which grow to their normal size), takes up too much space inside the mouth.
Metabolic gas analysis was not performed in this study because the more practical comparison we were seeking (LT) did not require this measurement and because we lacked the specific mask that would allow for oronasal breathing during the oxygen consumption test.
7. A nasal dilator as defined in claim 5, and said flexible strip also including at least one non-adhesive segment between said two end-adhesive segments, for enabling the wearer to install said dilator without the fingers contacting said two adhesive segments and to determine the portion of the nose subjected to said end adhesive segments.
In the review, they were divided into four categories: external nasal dilators worn over the bridge of the nose; internal nasal stents placed into each nostril; clips noson positioned over the nasal septum; and septal stimulators that apply pressure to the nasal septum to increase circulation in the area and help open nasal passages.
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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.
34. A nasal dilator as defined in claim 31; and said flexible nasal strip including a third adhesive segment at the center thereof to be pressed by the wearer onto said central portion of said UV-spring to connect said flexible nasal strip thereto; said third adhesive segment having a length disposed to provide two non-adhesive segments between said two end adhesive segments and said third adhesive segment, for enabling the wearer to install said dilator without the wearer's fingers contacting said adhesive segments and to determine the portion of the outer nasal walls subjected to said end adhesive segments.
Abstract: A nasal spray delivery guide including a pair of guide elements spaced apart from one another and configured to be at least partially inserted into respective nostrils of a patient, and a flexible connector element attached to and extending between the guide elements.
Abstract: A method for non-surgically treating an internal nasal valve of a patient comprising, injecting a working device into the internal nasal valve of the patient, wherein the injected working device in the nasal tissue causes an alteration of an internal or external nasal valve.
9. A nasal dilator a defined in claim 6; and said flexible strip also including at least one thin semi-rigid but flexible non-adhesive piece attached to said nasal strip between said two end-adhesive segments for enabling the wearer to install said UV-spring in said nasal opening without the wearer's fingers contacting said adhesive segments, and to determine the portions of the outer nostril walls subjected to said end-adhesive segments.
The subject answered questions about the dry mouth feeling on a 1-5-scale (5 the driest) and answered a validated questionnaire about quality of sleep (Epworth Sleepiness Scale 53 ). These three instruments were administered immediately before and 2 weeks after the study started.
3. A nasal dilator comprising in combination: spreading means having a portion for insertion in the nasal opening to act on at least one nostril wall of the wearer for increasing said nasal opening to improve the breathing of the wearer; and retaining means including a flexible strip operatively connected to said spreading means and having adhesive means adapted to be pressed onto the outer nasal surface by the wearer, for preventing said dilator from falling out of said nasal opening.