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Any one used Breathe Right nasal strips?

As a cure to snoring.

     
4:51 am on Jan 12, 2003 (gmt 0)

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I have tried them. My GF sayed it made my snoring fall to 4 from 8 on the Richter Scale. She even consider letting me sleep in the house instead of the garage. From this point of view it is positive.

But I woke up with nostrils, throat and eyes as dry as the Sahara. Major nono for me.

Anyone else tried them? Any alternative to suggest to eliminate snoring?

7:24 pm on Jan 29, 2003 (gmt 0)

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Mac, I read the ingredients on the spray I was talking about... it's a combination of distilled water, glycerin, edible oils (grapeseed, olive, sweet almond, etc.), and some mint and fruit extracts & oils mixed in for flavor.

So I guess you could try mixing something up for yourself... then you'd even get to pick the flavor. ;)

don't peel it too fast, or you'll create a glow which could fog the film.

Wow. That's some amazingly sensitive material... I'd love to know the secret behind the tape glow though.
7:32 pm on Jan 29, 2003 (gmt 0)

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Thanks for the recipe. I will add some SaniFlush and everything should be fine.

>>I'd love to know the secret behind the tape glow though.

I found this about "triboluminescence". Now I am scared to eat candies...

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Also this one with tape.

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5:56 am on Jan 30, 2003 (gmt 0)

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Jab-jab-jab usually gets the job done.

Or....
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6:26 am on Jan 30, 2003 (gmt 0)

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This might help those who don't have to sleep on their backs and don't snore if not on their backs. As above, use a tennis ball on the back. Attach it by sewing a pocket on the back of a shirt.

I have mild apnea and a high richter snore (frequent visits by a structural engineer are required).

In my case sleeping at a high angle, 25 - 30 degrees stops the snoring - made my own bed, so I can angle it. Took some getting used to, but better than an operation - which I heard is only effective 50% of the time.

Losing weight helps me too.

Yes, most adhesive tapes glow when you strip them off. Spent years in photo darkrooms and saw this often. Nothing dangerous about it.

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