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My wife Kathy is expecting our third son any day now, and her experiences during her current and past pregnancies bring up some important issues that all men and women, pregnant or not, should know about. Despite more oxygen entering the lungs, because of the low CO2 level, less oxygen actually makes it to the cells that need it. This overbreathing could be triggered by stress, anxiety, nasal congestion, allergies and other triggers and factors which cause people to breathe more frequently and deeply than their body would otherwise.
sigmaaldrich.comOur 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.
32. A nasal dilator as defined in claim 31; wherein said pad means having a resilient material and a thin flexible cover enclosing said resilient material to seal and protect same; said pad means also including a thin flexible film having a portion connected on three sides to the back of said cover to form a pocket for enabling insertion of each of said leg-portions of said spring into one of said pockets between said cover and said film, for mounting said pad means on said leg-portions of said UV-spring.
8. A nasal dilator as defined in claim 6; and resilient pad means operatively connected to each of said leg portions at said contact portions to provide the only contact of said leg portions with said inner surfaces of said nostril-walls to avoid discomfort for the wearer; and said flexible strip including at least one non-adhesive segment between said two end adhesive segments for enabling the wearer to install said UV-spring in said nasal openings without the wearer's fingers contacting said end adhesive segments, and to position a large share of said two end adhesive segments for adhering to said outer surfaces above the nose-flange.
This exploratory study was designed to investigate whether nasal dilation with the new prototype strip and with the BRNS clear strip would have a positive effect on subjective, patient-reported outcomes of nasal congestion and sleep quality compared with placebo in subjects with chronic nasal congestion who reported sleep difficulties.
38. A nasal dilator as defined in claim 31: and said non-adhesive segment comprising a single thin semi-rigid but flexible non-adhesive piece attached along its entire length to said flexible strip between said two end adhesive segments and extending equal distances from said connection of said strip with said UV-spring at the central portion thereof; and connecting means operatively associated with said non-adhesive piece for securing said non-adhesive piece to said central portion of said spring, for enabling the wearer to install said leg-portions of said UV-spring in said nasal opening without the wearer's fingers contacting said adhesive segments and to maintain alignment of said strip with said spring as a result of the transverse rigidity of said semi-rigid piece.
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 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.
One external dilator improved my breathing from 60% of normal to only about 70%, and the strong adhesive force irratated my skin which became red after only a few days of use; these characteristics are inherent in all external dilators, to be discussed.
To install the dilator of the present invention, the contact-portions 3 of the UV-spring 1 are inserted into the two nostrils so the lower Nasal Dilator - hop over to this website, ends of the contact-portions with pads 3 a are just visible, or if more comfortable, install just above or near the nasal flange area.