The Science of Brez®: Brez Reduces Nasal Airway Constriction to Stop Primary Snoring
“50% of nasal breathing resistance comes from the nose”1
Since half of nasal breathing resistance is in the nose2 Brez was developed to support nasal tissue and gently open the airway.
In fact, most snoring treatments attempt to open airways, because it is the vibration of loose and relaxed tissue that causes snoring3.
But many of these stop snoring remedies are ineffective, simply because people do not like to use them.
Compliance—or willingness to use—is critical to success for a snoring solution.
Stop snoring remedies often meet with significant resistance because they involve painful or uncomfortable procedures and devices, or are expensive.
Others require a behavioral change the snorer doesn’t want to do, or is unsuccessful at accomplishing.
For example, some typical stop snoring remedies include:
- Reducing or eliminating alcohol consumption
- Stopping smoking
- Losing weight
- Dental devices
Brez anti-snoring device makes compliance a ‘breeze.’
Brez was designed as a soft, comfortable intra-nasal device that is used once and discarded, to help overcome the issues that make patients reluctant to use other stop snoring remedies.
That’s why Brez was designed to:
- Have a unique, patented shape
- Come in three distinct sizes
- Fit simply, gently, and nearly invisibly inside the nasal passages
And, to ensure that nearly all adults can use Brez, this anti-snoring device is made without latex, using a hypoallergenic, FDA approved plastic.
” It helped me sleep 6 hrs (a) day due to less snoring.”
May 27, 2009 Amazon Reviewer: windie r.
1 Sleep Diagnosis and Therapy, 2009; V4 N6 29-33; p. 29. “A Unique Internal Nasal Dilator Device (Brez® by AirWare®) for the Treatment of Primary Snoring,” Harris et al
2 Sleep Diagnosis and Therapy, 2009; V4 N6 29-33; p. 29. “A Unique Internal Nasal Dilator Device (Brez® by AirWare®) for the Treatment of Primary Snoring,” Harris et al
3 Mayo Clinic Website: Cause of Snoring; Mayo Clinic Staff: www.mayoclinic.com/health/snoring/DS00297/DSECTION=causes; cited August 26, 2010.