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Nasal Cones are becoming fairly popular. It wasn’t always that way, but maybe the right people are getting their hands on them.
Before I tell you too much more I want you to know that I have nothing against this particular solution, I’m just not a big fan of any nasal cones. Let’s get to the details so you can see if these might be an option for you.
For the most part all nasal cones work the same way. They are meant primarily for nose snorers, but they can also help some people with sinus problems.
Another thing some people use them for is to improve the results they are getting from another snoring solution, like using nasal cones and a mouthpiece.
Nasal cones are very simple. All you have to do is insert them into your nostrils just before you fall asleep. Once they’re in they support your nostrils from the inside and keep them open.
The extra support nasal cones can give you keep your nostrils from collapsing during sleep, which is what happens if you are a nose snorer.
Unlike most other nasal devices, Nasal Cones actually have a bit of clinical data backing them up. Apparently it has been found that they are 200% better than nasal strips for keeping your nostrils open and improving airflow during sleep. That’s quite a difference and something to keep in mind if you are a fan of nasal strips.
When it comes to snoring solutions, it’s pretty standard to see some sort of money back guarantee.
Not all products offer this, but these nasal cones do. If you decide to give this solution a try you have a 30 day money back guarantee just in case you find out they aren’t for you.
One thing I do like about this solution is that you can get your cones in three sizes. This goes a long way toward keeping them in place and getting the best results possible.
The design of these cones is also a bit different from other products like them. This set of nasal cones is made as one piece as opposed to two completely separate cones with nothing in between them. However, the manufacturer does provide instructions if you decide you want to separate them.
Nasal cones in general are very hit or miss when it comes to results. The biggest problem people have, even with three sizes available, is keeping them in place during the night.
Those who can keep them in seem satisfied for the most part. Those who can’t keep them in for a full night don’t see much in terms of results and typically aren’t satisfied. Unfortunately there is really no way to predict how well they will fit and stay in place. There are just too many variables.
Nasal Cones are a decent snoring solution. There aren’t a ton of nose snorers out there, but if you are one this might be something to consider. However, whether they will stay in for you or not is a guessing game.
You just won’t know until you try them. I can’t give this solution my full recommendation, but these nasal cones do help some people.