Waking up in the morning with a stuffy or blocked nose is often caused by breathing through your mouth during sleep. If your nose is blocked because you have a cold or flu there is not much you can do to avoid waking up with a blocked nose until the cold or flu has run its course. But if you regularly go to sleep with a clear nose and head and wake up with nasal congestion and sinus pressure, then open-mouth breathing during sleep is very likely causing the problem. Here's why...
The brain of a mouth breather thinks carbon dioxide is being lost too quickly from the nose and stimulates the goblet cells to produce mucous in the nose to slow the breathing. This creates a cycle of mouth breathing, triggering mucous formation in your nasal passages, leading to more mouth breathing and increased nasal and sinus congestion.
sleepQ+ is the only product that will gently keep your mouth closed during sleep, without using force, to keep you breathing through your nose all night. That means you are far less likely to snore or wake up with a stuffy nose.
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.