Designed to hold open the nasal passages while you sleep, NasalAid may help you breathe better overnight by providing temporary relief from passing causes of breathing difficulty, like occasional congestion. Opening nasal passages may reduce snoring and lead to a better night’s sleep, too. (And if your sleeping partner is the snorer, maybe a better night’s sleep for you as well.) Because its internal structure is made from thin, spring-tempered steel wire, it can be adjusted to your body: You simply adjust the device for a snug fit by flattening the two free ends in, pop those ends up your nostrils, and breathe easy.
When founder Michelle Lovato’s father found he was having breathing difficulties at night—and that those breathing difficulties were disrupting his sleep—he created a prototype device that would fit in his nose and open the nasal pathways. It helped. That prototype became Nasal Aid: With the help of her father and brother, Lovato further developed the device, using spring-tempered steel wire and super-soft silicone, to help others breathe better while they sleep.