Nozonvent Anti Snore Device

Product Description

The Nozovent® nasal dilator is designed and made using a springy, flexible plastic. In position, Nozovent is anchored by specially designed nodules, which ensure that the device does not come into contact with the mucous membrane or become the cause of a nosebleed. Nozovent has been extensively clinically studied and documented to open nasal passages to allow for a major increase in air flow. Greatly reduce the severity and frequency or totally ELIMINATE SNORING.
Nozovent anti snoring device Nozovent anti snoring device

Use for snoring, stress relief, stuffy nose, improved stamina, running, dry mouth.

Price: Rs. 1,999



Advantages

  • UP TO 50% MORE AIR!
  • Made with pharmaceutical grade plastic.
  • US FDA approved.

Directions

Insert the device so that the longer portions of the end pieces are facing upward and the circular cups are toward the tissue on the inside of the nostril and so that the round balls are to the lower part of the nostril as shown on the package.


Safety Information

Follow safety instructions in product packaging.

Customer Reviews

Very good device March 15, 2012 by Jay
Other then the ends being a little to big (trimmed them with scissors)this thing is great. They actually work opening up my nasal passages and I can breathe through my nose at night.

Fresh air without the hassle September 28, 2008 by Jeffree
Great little product, with an innovative, effective design. I'd been using adhesive strips for the past year to allow me, a guy with allergies, to breathe normally and reduce bouts of snoring. This product works almost as well for me, without all the daily unpackaging, sticky glue, and monthly expense. I have a smallish nose, which fits the clip well, but I have no idea how it might work with larger or smaller noses. If it fits, though, the air flows nicely although I keep the second clip handy at bedside; every other night or so, the clip pops out while I'm sleeping, and I simply reach over and pop in another one if I notice. Just a minor annoyance for me, especially considering the alternatives.

Uncomfortable but effective May 8, 2009 by Diana Cook
I have a short narrow nose. I am diagnosed with mild sleep apnea. I used the product and find it hurts. The tips are hard and reach so far up they are extremely uncomfortable. I cut off a tiny bit of the tips with scissors so it didn't go so far up, and it was more comfortable. It still worked. I didn't snore (my husband reports). We also have an oxymeter, and my low oxygen periods were reduced from 20% of the night to 10%. There was another product that worked even better, though. The Clear Max-Air Nose Cones (sinuscones.com) reduced low oxygen to virtually zero and were much more comfortable, but somewhat more expensive ($20 plus shipping). The difference is that the other product is softer and wider and doesn't reach as far up. Size matters.