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Breathe Right Nasal Strips 10 Pack 99p @ Home Bargains

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Vicks Breathe Right Nasal Strips 99p for a 10 pack at Home Bargains
East Lancs Road Store Liverpool - On the medicine aisle - Cheapest I have seen anywhere
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#1
i use these religiously, but they're expensive at tesco. this is great value
#2
This is a great price, hopefully they'll have some in at the Cross Gates store in Leeds tomorrow.
#3
They have them in the rutherglen store great deal
#4
how well do they work? might get them for my dad, keeps the whole bloody house awake at night :/
#5
Do they stop snoring?
#6
fozzibear
how well do they work? might get them for my dad, keeps the whole bloody house awake at night :/

They will only work if his snoring is caused by nasal problems. Snoring can come from the throat or the nose. If his snoring is due to blocked nasal passages then yes they should help.

edit : they sell another contraption a bit like a mouth gaurd for mouth snorers, they cost a lot more though about 20 pounds.

Edited By: 1duck on Jan 27, 2011 00:46
#7
danny-mac
Do they stop snoring?


Stop being nosey... X)
#8
They don't work. It took forever to get to stick to the nose and when we did it done nothing.
I think they are a waste of money but at 99p may be worth a go you wouldn't have a fit if they didn't work like you would at full price!
#9
Excellent find and will call in to check stock today.

Find they work fine for me and they are much more sticky than the Boots own brand.
#10
They only had regular size but did however have them for normal and sensitive skin.
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lkscoltand
They don't work. It took forever to get to stick to the nose and when we did it done nothing.
I think they are a waste of money but at 99p may be worth a go you wouldn't have a fit if they didn't work like you would at full price!


Sorry, that's nonsense. I can only assume you bought cheap rip-offs or a dodgy batch. Been using these for years and they're fantastic, especially if you have a cold, allergy or general sinus problems. It's one product I was initially sceptical about, but once tried became a huge fan of.

Essentially they're like strong backed plasters, you stick them over your nose and they pull your sinuses open - it's a breath of fresh air if you have dodgy sinuses (which I do). They do help with snoring, but don't cure it if you have major problems, and you can still snore with them on although it's much less. And they stick well - I've not had a single plaster not stick successfully and continue to do its job all through the night, and they peel off fine in the morning. I often find I've had a much better nights sleep after wearing them.

That's my two cents, and I hope they help someone. I bought a batch of Amazon ages ago, but this is super cheap and I wish there was a Home Bargains near me as I'd be all over this deal.
#12
Had both ordinary and sensitive in Leek. Good spot OP.
#13
Duckman
lkscoltand
They don't work. It took forever to get to stick to the nose and when we did it done nothing.
I think they are a waste of money but at 99p may be worth a go you wouldn't have a fit if they didn't work like you would at full price!


Sorry, that's nonsense. I can only assume you bought cheap rip-offs or a dodgy batch. Been using these for years and they're fantastic, especially if you have a cold, allergy or general sinus problems. It's one product I was initially sceptical about, but once tried became a huge fan of.

Essentially they're like strong backed plasters, you stick them over your nose and they pull your sinuses open - it's a breath of fresh air if you have dodgy sinuses (which I do). They do help with snoring, but don't cure it if you have major problems, and you can still snore with them on although it's much less. And they stick well - I've not had a single plaster not stick successfully and continue to do its job all through the night, and they peel off fine in the morning. I often find I've had a much better nights sleep after wearing them.

That's my two cents, and I hope they help someone. I bought a batch of Amazon ages ago, but this is super cheap and I wish there was a Home Bargains near me as I'd be all over this deal.


quoted for truth

i've had a couple of operations on my septum which was causing real breathing problems. before and after the ops these nasal strips work wonders. they're good if you're exercising aswell, as they help you inhale much more oxygen
#14
danny-mac
Do they stop snoring?

they can help reduce snoring and sometimes stop it completely
#15
Duckman
lkscoltand
They don't work. It took forever to get to stick to the nose and when we did it done nothing.I think they are a waste of money but at 99p may be worth a go you wouldn't have a fit if they didn't work like you would at full price!
Sorry, that's nonsense. I can only assume you bought cheap rip-offs or a dodgy batch. Been using these for years and they're fantastic, especially if you have a cold, allergy or general sinus problems. It's one product I was initially sceptical about, but once tried became a huge fan of. Essentially they're like strong backed plasters, you stick them over your nose and they pull your sinuses open - it's a breath of fresh air if you have dodgy sinuses (which I do). They do help with snoring, but don't cure it if you have major problems, and you can still snore with them on although it's much less. And they stick well - I've not had a single plaster not stick successfully and continue to do its job all through the night, and they peel off fine in the morning. I often find I've had a much better nights sleep after wearing them. That's my two cents, and I hope they help someone. I bought a batch of Amazon ages ago, but this is super cheap and I wish there was a Home Bargains near me as I'd be all over this deal.


Well that was some serious misinformation, if you snore because of your throat these will do NOTHING you are a mouth snorer! what you need is either a chin strap head restraint style deal or a mouth gaurd.


These do work if you're snoring is caused by your sinuses otherwise they are worthless...but at 99p you can try them and see if they work for you.
#16
1duck

Well that was some serious misinformation, if you snore because of your throat these will do NOTHING you are a mouth snorer! what you need is either a chin strap head restraint style deal or a mouth gaurd.

These do work if you're snoring is caused by your sinuses otherwise they are worthless...but at 99p you can try them and see if they work for you.


On the contrary, it appears you're the one providing misinformation by misunderstanding the product. As I said in my post you quoted, they don't necessarily stop snoring - but then if you knew anything about the product you may notice they're designed to aid with breathing, opening airways and ease nasal congestion (especially helping with colds and allergies) - which they do beautifully. They DO ease snoring, even if not eliminating it (I know, I occasionally snore - and am much better wearing them), but even the product website doesn't guarantee to eliminate snoring - as of course that depends on many factors.

So criticising them for not necessarily stopping snoring is barking up the wrong tree, so I suggest you fork out for other options. As for opening airways and making it easier to breathe - they work - and I highly recommend them to folks.
#17
Duckman
1duck

Well that was some serious misinformation, if you snore because of your throat these will do NOTHING you are a mouth snorer! what you need is either a chin strap head restraint style deal or a mouth gaurd.

These do work if you're snoring is caused by your sinuses otherwise they are worthless...but at 99p you can try them and see if they work for you.


On the contrary, it appears you're the one providing misinformation by misunderstanding the product. As I said in my post you quoted, they don't necessarily stop snoring - but then if you knew anything about the product you may notice they're designed to aid with breathing, opening airways and ease nasal congestion (especially helping with colds and allergies) - which they do beautifully. They DO ease snoring, even if not eliminating it (I know, I occasionally snore - and am much better wearing them), but even the product website doesn't guarantee to eliminate snoring - as of course that depends on many factors.

So criticising them for not necessarily stopping snoring is barking up the wrong tree, so I suggest you fork out for other options. As for opening airways and making it easier to breathe - they work - and I highly recommend them to folks.



Good luck with that if you suffer from apnoea, you clearly don't know what you are talking about...but carry on regardless.
#18
1duck
Duckman
1duck

Well that was some serious misinformation, if you snore because of your throat these will do NOTHING you are a mouth snorer! what you need is either a chin strap head restraint style deal or a mouth gaurd.

These do work if you're snoring is caused by your sinuses otherwise they are worthless...but at 99p you can try them and see if they work for you.


On the contrary, it appears you're the one providing misinformation by misunderstanding the product. As I said in my post you quoted, they don't necessarily stop snoring - but then if you knew anything about the product you may notice they're designed to aid with breathing, opening airways and ease nasal congestion (especially helping with colds and allergies) - which they do beautifully. They DO ease snoring, even if not eliminating it (I know, I occasionally snore - and am much better wearing them), but even the product website doesn't guarantee to eliminate snoring - as of course that depends on many factors.

So criticising them for not necessarily stopping snoring is barking up the wrong tree, so I suggest you fork out for other options. As for opening airways and making it easier to breathe - they work - and I highly recommend them to folks.



Good luck with that if you suffer from apnoea, you clearly don't know what you are talking about...but carry on regardless.


What kind of argument is that? It's a bit like criticising regular plasters if you're a hemophiliac.

And as I say, I suffer breathing problems (and asthma to boot) so I don't praise this product lightly, nor speculate upon its usefulness. Fact is, with most common complaints (allergies, blocked sinuses) these plasters should (and do) help.

Surely if you suffer from any strong/continual medical condition and expect an over the shelf product to cure it (and then throw your toys out your pram when others claim it helps them), well.. I'm frankly lost for words.

Edited By: Duckman on Feb 02, 2011 07:11
#19
to throw in my tuppence, i recently had to have a septoplasty due to a badly deviated septum and also suffer from sinusitis and these are brilliant as they do open the airway and are pretty much the only way both before and after surgery that i can get a good nights sleep without waking up every few hours with a horrendous dry mouth (due to having to sleep with my mouth open).

they're great for use playing football and at the gym as i can breathe a lot clearer
#20
I've bought 30 packs of these over the last month from HB. They are £13.27 a pack in Boots.

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