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Nozovent FAQs

What makes a person snore?

As a person breathes during sleep, the muscles in the back of the throat relax and vibrate. When air moves back and forth across the relaxed tissue, it can make a snoring sound.

Is snoring bad for your health?

Snoring is not harmful however if a person is a loud snorer they may continually wake themselves and their bed-partner up during the night. This can lead to long-term sleep deprivation, stress and fatigue.

What can I do about snoring?

Losing weight and cutting back on alcohol can help. The snorer should also try sleeping on their side instead of their back and have plenty of air circulating through their bedroom. In extreme cases surgery might be considered, but it may only work for a short time, or not at all. Nozovent is a simpler and less costly alternative.

How does Nozovent work?

When placed in the nostrils, Nozovent widens them and so that airflow is increased through the nose. As a result snoring can be significantly reduced or stopped.

How does Nozovent feel when it’s placed in the nostrils?

Nozovent is designed to fit in the nostrils and is made from "springy" plastic. It only takes a short time to get used to, like wearing a new watch - soon, you’ll forget it’s even there.

How effective is Nozovent?

Nozovent is clinically proven to improve sleep for snorers in over 70% of patients. Please refer to our Nozovent Research Findings.

How long does Nozovent last?

After using Nozovent, you should clean it with soap and water, then it can be used for up to 6 weeks before replacing it.

Where is Nozovent available?

Nozovent is available for only $19.95 at pharmacies Australia-wide.