- whatever happened to breathe right strips
They were supposed to make it easier to inhale through your nose. Does anyone still use them? Interesting that the website doesn't make any claims for improving sporting prowess.
I keep on thinking about them whenever I'm struggling up a hill with a snotty nose getting in the way of much needed air.Posted 9 years agoCaptainFlashheartMember
I was given a box to try "back in the day" when I was in the trade and racing a lot more. I was impressed, to put it mildly. There was a definite improvement in the amount of airflow to my lungs, which was/is the key aim of the thing.
Never thought about buying any though.Posted 9 years ago
I think i might give them a go…
There was a whole debate about whether they let you take in more air, or just the same amount of air more easily, with critical studies showing that more air wasn't possible, then the breathe right people saying it was just meant to make it easier to breathe.Posted 9 years agoGaryLakeMember
Ha, my wife makes me sleep in them as my nose whistles without!
They do work in that the airways feel noticeably more open. However, the flaw with exercise usage is that as soon as you really start breathing heavily you're probably mouth breathing – or snotty nose kicks in!Posted 9 years ago
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