Why choose Nozovent ?

Reduce Snoring

Snoring can create a dry mouth, sore throat or headache, and can leave you feeling tired. Snoring can reach over 80 decibels (equivalent to the loudness of a jack hammer, motorcycle or low flying jet). It can place significant strains on personal relationships, particularly your bed partner or those sleeping nearby.

Nozovent expands the narrowest part of the soft section of the nasal channels, known as the nasal valve, resulting in less vibration of the soft palate and allowing you to breathe easier and snore less.

At the same time, optimizing nasal breathing will reduce the need for mouth breathing and improve moisturization of the mouth.

Relieve congestion

Nasal congestion can decrease daytime productivity at work or school and reduce sleep time and quality.

Nozovent expands the narrowest part of the soft section of the nasal channels, known as the nasal valve, making it easier to breathe through the nose.

Decrease Nocturnal Asthma

Nocturnal asthma, defined as an exacerbation of asthma at night, is associated with increases in symptoms and need for medication, increased airway responsiveness and worsening of lung function.

Patients with nocturnal asthma, using Nozovent experienced more than a 45% reduction in waking up with asthma symptoms.(1)

(1) Petruson B et al. Acta Otolaryngol 1996;116.490-2.

Promote Better Quality of sleep

Poor sleep has a significant negative impact on an individual’s well-being, such as low energy and fatigue the next day. In the short term, inadequate sleep can affect mood, judgement, ability to learn and retain information, and may increase the risk of serious accidents and injury. In the long term, chronic sleep deprivation may lead to a host of health issues, including cardiovascular disease, obesity, diabetes, and even early mortality.

In clinical trials with Nozovent, there was a significant positive correlation between diminution of snoring and less tiredness in users in the morning.(2)

(2) Löth S et al. Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 1996;122:-1337-1340.

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