When You Should Use Nasal Spray/Nasal Strips to Treat Snoring

There are many different causes of snoring – so it makes sense that there isn’t a one-size-fits-all cure. Snoring is a complex issue, and different products will treat different causes of snoring.

Colds and allergies are a common reason for snoring. (And they often make regular snoring even worse.) When your nasal tissue swells during a cold, the airflow through your nose becomes blocked or restricted. This congestion might force you to breathe through your mouth – and this can lead to snoring and dry mouth. The Snoreeze Nasal Spray and Nasal Strips both help target snoring caused by a blocked nose.

So how do I reduce congestion?

1. Elevate your head. Sleeping flat on your back is not a good idea. Use an extra pillow to help drain your sinuses, and reduce congestion.
2. Use a humidifier if you can. If you have a humidifier, try and use it while you have a cold. This will help keep the air in your bedroom moist.
3. Have a hot shower before bed. The warm water can help open your nasal pages.
4. Use Snoreeze Nasal Strips or Snoreeze Nasal Spray. Both products work by opening the airways in your nose to provide snoring relief. The Nasal Spray contains a unique blend of natural active ingredients, while the Nasal Strips are both hypoallergenic and latex-free. You could experience up to 8 hours of peaceful, snore-free sleep.

Sleep more, snore less

Snoring stops you from getting a good night’s sleep. If you have a cold, the act of snoring might make a sore throat feel worse; the vibrations in the back of your throat often result in a dry, scratchy feeling. Using the Snoreeze Nasal Spray or Nasal Strips can help reduce your congestion and your snoring.


April 23rd – 29th marks National Stop Snoring Week. To celebrate, we’re offering a 10% discount on Snoreeze Nasal Spray and Nasal Strips.




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