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Blocked Nose : Sinus


Give up saying "there is no cure for stuffy nose", why don't you use our device?

stop your mouth breathing and change to nose breathing during sleep. The result must be beyond your expectation, even people who can't recover with operation for 2 or 3 decade


It is a muscle which has been unexpectedly forgotten. It is a depressor muscle of septum. Dentists do not pay much attention to this muscle tissue but it is the cause of most cases of stuffy nose. This muscle starts from under the orbicular muscle of the mouth, and it is the muscle by function of which the nasal cavity mucous membrane is lowered downwards. When this muscle is loose, the mucous membrance of the nasal cavity area becomes narrower, causing nasal congestion.

If you go to the doctor due to the sniffles, after taking the X-ray photograph he probably said that "See your nose bone is remarkably bended like this" or"you have constrictions like this". There are only a few people for whom everything is ideally balanced and rather having some strange points shows that he is a normal human being.

As a matter of fact, I think that it is explained by the photograph to make you agree, as there is no cure. I can declare with confidence that a lot of people who have been worried by sniffles up to now will be surprised with a running nose at the time of getting up, after 10 days of doing the Lip Trainer Patakara stretches 4 times a day.

This is a precise symptom, which shows that the depressor muscle of septum has started to work. In other words, waking up with a loose depressor muscle of septum symptom indicates sniffles. Without being aware of this, weren't you resigned to the idea that your nose was bad or that the bone of the septum of your nose was curved? Everyone's' bone is usually a little curved. Stuffy nose is just due to improper functioning of the depressor muscle of septum.

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