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AIRMAX™ Nasal Breathing Device

$29.90
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    What is the Airmax™ Nasal Device?

    The Airmax™ Nasal Device, patented by ENT doctors, is a specially designed medical device that increases airflow through the nose, to help people breathe better. 

    The unique Airmax™ wings expand the narrowest parts of the nasal passage to allow increased airflow, providing a simple and effective solution for individuals who have difficulties breathing while sleeping or as a result of colds and allergies.

    What does the Airmax do?

    • Reduces snoring
    • Proven to help widen nasal passages to increase airflow
    • Drug free, comfortable and easy to use, CE and FDA approved
    • Made of a soft odourless medical grade, hypoallergenic material
    • Comfortable, flexible and easy to wear
    • Provides more airflow than Nasal Strips

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    Suitable for:

    • Nasal Congestion
    • Deviated Septum
    • Collapsed Nasal Valve/Passges
    • Common Cold & Flu 
    • Allergies
    • Pregnancy Related Snoring
    • Miild Sleep Apnea
    • Use During Sport

    includes FREE carrying/storage case

    Are there different sizes?

    Yes, the Airmax Nasal Breathing Device comes in two sizes, SMALL and MEDIUM. Small fits noses with smaller nasal passages, medium fits most.  

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    About McKeon Products, Inc.

    Macks is the #1 doctor recommended ear plug brand brand in the U.S., with a variety of products designed for sleep, travel, swimming and overall noise reduction. Since 1962, McKeon Products, Inc. has led the retail ear care industry with its original and #1-selling Mack’s® Pillow Soft® silicone ear plugs. 

    Instructions for Use

    Before and after each use we recommend cleaning the Airmax™ Nasal Device with mildy soapy water. If using for the first time, we suggest using a mirror to help with positioning the device correctly. You will know when it is fitted right when the arms of the device widen the entrance to your nasal passage and the bridge is touching your septum (the wall that divides the nasal cavity, the piece on your nose between your two nostrils)

    We recommend use for at least 2 consecutive weeks, getting used to the device as it can take time for your nose to get used to the shape of the device. If your nose is not symmetrical you may have trouble initially when inserting it. 

    Refer to illustration below.

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    Will the AIRMAX™ Nasal Device help prevent snoring?

    Yes. The For many people the AIRMAX™ Nasal Device has been clinically proven to aid in reducing snoring. Clinical tests showed that 75% of patients, during various stages of socially disruptive snoring,  experienced a significant reduction of snoring. Tests proved the reduction in snoring was for both duration and loudness. 

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    Can I use the AIRMAX™ Nasal Device with a CPAP machine?

    Yes. There should be no issues with using the AIRMAX™ Nasal Device and your CPAP machine. If you have any questions about this, we encourage you to speak with your ENT doctor.

    Can the AIRMAX™ Nasal Device help with sleep apnea symptoms?

    Since the AIRMAX™ Nasal Device improves nasal breathing it can assist some patients with sleep apnea or OSAS (obstructive sleep apnea syndrome). In clinical testing a portion of patients with OSAS actually experienced a reduction in snoring (loudness and duration) with the use of the AIRMAX™ device. As with all specific serious medical conditions, we recommend you consult your physician for treatment.

    Can I wear the Airmax Device during sports and or when excercising?

    Absolutely! The Airmax Nasal Breathing Device helps to open the nasal passage allowing more oxygen to enter the body.  

    We all know that our bodies rely on oxygen. When we exercise we need energy, our body delivers oxygen to our muscles to create the energy we need to exercise.

    If we take shallow, smaller breaths, your body is not getting enough oxygen it can have a damaging effect on our performance.

    In a nutshell, if the body doesn’t get enough oxygen to our muscles, they simply stop working. The body needs to keep the muscles fueled with oxygen or you may experience muscle fatigue and or failure.

    If you are deprived of oxygen, ie your body is not getting enough, you may experience blurred vision, dizziness and nausea. When this occurs, it is best to rest and place your hands on your hips or above your head. This will relieve some pressure from your diaphragm to enable you to take deeper breathes and increase your oxygen levels.

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    1. My Doctor bought one & now recommends to his patients!  star rating

      Posted by Toby Jones, Potts Point on 23rd Jul 2018

      I saw my Dr for snoring and had to undergo sleep testing and was told that I had sleep apnea.
      I purchased the very expensive equipment that I now had to get to used to wearing every night.
      A mate told me about this Airmax nasal device and could not speak highly enough about it. For the sake of 30 bucks I thought it was definitely worth a try.
      My wife and I were both amazed. I don't use my horrible, uncomfortable CPAP mask anymore and I don't snore!
      When I told my Dr about it he was skeptical. He purchased one for his wife to try and he now recommends them to his patients.
      If you snore and or have sleep apnea give this little thing a go! I highly recommend it.
      I must say, when I first tried it I thought it was a little uncomfortable, it felt a bit strange having it in my nose, although it was a darn sight better than the big uncomfortable mask. I persisted with the airmax, the after a week or two it no longer bothered me.

    2. I don't have to wear my CPAP mask every night!  star rating

      Posted by Col Hale, Cranebrook, New South Wales on 2nd Jul 2018

      I have been using sleep buddy for 3 weeks and find it very effective in my situation and very happy with it. Much better than a mask every night.

    3. Very helpful product  star rating

      Posted by Michael on 25th Jun 2018

      I have been using nasal strips for years to sleep, but really felt like I needed something stronger that actually pushes the nostrils wider open. This product does this, and it only takes a small amount of getting used to. I can feel the difference already - a worthwhile purchase indeed.

    4. Actually Works  star rating

      Posted by Lindsay, Frankston, Vic on 2nd Dec 2017

      I was a bit dubious about another product saying it could help breathing but desperation will win out. I have had two operations to fix deviated septum and open up airways. Expensive and they did not work. It took about a week to get use to it, not that it is painful but it fell out in my sleep a few times. That seems to have stopped happening. It really does open up your nose and you do breathe much better.

    5. It helps me sleep  star rating

      Posted by Jimmy, Brisbane, QLD on 2nd Jan 2016

      What a life changer. I was doubtful this product would work for me but it has made a difference I can now breathe at night. they do take a wee bit getting used to but now I hardly know its in when I'm in bed....
      If your a mouth breather get this it will help ......

    6. I definitely recommend these!  star rating

      Posted by Melissa, North Rocks, NSW on 15th Apr 2015

      I have a slight deviated septum. Which means that the cartilage in my nose is crooked & it makes it difficult to breath through my right nostril.
      I have tried many different breathing contraptions over the years to try to open up my nasal passage. When I use the adhesive strips, they are uncomfortable and they give me black heads. The harder plastic stints rub on the inside of my nose and I end up taking it out halfway through the night because I can’t sleep.
      I tried this as another attempt to find a solution and am so glad that I did! This nasal breathing device is made of a really soft silicone/rubber like material so it doesn’t press hard against my nostrils. It took a few nights to get totally used it, now I don’t even notice it is there.
      I tried the small size at first and then bought the medium to compare – I prefer the medium.
      I definitely recommend them.

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