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Mouth breathing is common in people who have sinusitis as nasal resistance can trigger the shift to oral breathing. A successful sinus procedure must include having the patient return to nasal breathing as soon as possible after surgery (particularly where nasal packing is necessary) but unless the physician checks the breathing route post-operative many patients continue mouth breathing and often complain the treatment failed them. Controlling involuntary mouth breathing during sleep is a major step towards reinstating habitual nasal breathing and there is no more effective way to help the patient control their breathing route during sleep than to recommend sleepQ+.

sleepQ+ was designed to address the multiple concerns people raise about controlling their breathing route when asleep.They want the option to mouth breathe anytime, the lips to release instantly to speak or take tablets during the night, to re-engage the lips for continuing sleep without applying more gel, to avoid damage to sensitive lip tissue and for the gel to clean off quickly with water or saliva. And be inexpensive! 
We delivered the full brief to help sinus surgery have a higher success rate and happier patients.

sleepQ+ is not expensive as a 20g tube will give you up to 60 applications and you only need to apply the gel once for the whole night.

sleepQ+ is registered with the Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA), Health Canada and Medsafe NZ for preventing involuntary mouth breathing during sleep.

To arrange your supply of this unique product at our wholesale rate, or for more information, email us at info@sleepqplus.com.

Updated August 14 2019

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