Mute is a new technology developed by a team of specialists to alleviate the severity and incidence of snoring and improve your quality of sleep. Mute fits snugly into your nose while gently and comfortably dilating your nostrils as you sleep to help stop snoring. Mute is designed specifically to correct the issue of poor airflow through the nose to the lungs by supporting your nasal valves and preventing airway collapse. Mute is made from supple bio-compatible polymers conforming to the strictest medical-grade standards, offering supreme wearability and comfort. Mute is a registered medical device with the US FDA.
Stays In All Night: Mute is designed with retention fins to ensure the device stays comfortably in place all night.
Increase Air Flow: Mute has been anatomically designed to improve sleep quality by increasing airflow during sleep (on average 38% in a clinical trial at Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital).
Comfortable: Mute is made from ultrasoft medical-grade polymers and is anatomically designed to hug the internal structure of the nose for ideal comfort and fit. Mute is latex-free and 100% recyclable.
Personalized Fit: Mute is the only nasal stent (dilator) that uses a patented dilation technology to further personalize the fit by adjusting the paddles from side to side.
Gentle Stent Action: Mute gently stents (holds open) the airway from the internal sidewall of the nostril and unlike other nasal dilators that push the nostril out, mute minimizes pressure on the septum.
Fitting for the first time: By breathing more freely through the nose, Mute can reduce the effects of nighttime nasal congestion or structural nasal obstruction, and therefore reduce snoring.
1. INSERT Wash your hands, hold the device by the bridge with the curved arms facing towards you and the ribbed paddles facing up and away from you. 2. ADJUST Gently guide the device backwards into your nose to a point that it is comfortable. You may need to adjust your nostrils over and around the ridged paddles to ensure it’s fully inserted. 3. BREATHE Gently guide the device backwards into your nose to a point that it is comfortable. You may need to adjust your nostrils over and around the ridged paddles to ensure it’s fully inserted. 4. ADJUST To ensure that the curved arms are resting in the correct position on the floor of the nose, the bridge should span across the top of your nostrils. If not, push the bridge of the device upwards to the tip of your nose.