Disclosure: I received the reviewed products in exchange for an honest review.
“Mute gently stents and dilates the nasal airways allowing snorers to breathe more easily through their nose and keep their mouth closed during sleep. In turn, this reduces the vibrations in the airways that can cause disruptive snoring.By improving breathing through the nose, Mute can also reduce snoring that is caused by night-time nasal congestion or obstructions such as a deviated septum.In trials, 75% of couples reported a reduction in the frequency and volume of snoring and found it more effective than other products.”
The Good: Usually every night when my spouse and I go to bed, within a few hours I wake up and notice he’s not there and is asleep on the couch in the living room. Nearly every single night because of my loud snoring. I’ve even recorded myself snoring and it’s very loud. So I was super excited to learn about Mute. The first few nights that I used Mute, when I woke up, my spouse was still asleep next to me in bed. I asked him if I was snoring and he said “just a little” but it wasn’t too loud where he couldn’t sleep. Now it’s kind of hit or miss. Sometimes while wearing Mute, he still winds up on the couch but for the most part it’s working. It’s made a huge difference because I always feel bad when he has to go sleep on the couch and it happens maybe twice a week now instead of 7 times a week. Wearing the Mute nasal device feels just fine. It doesn’t bother me at all. I can feel it but it’s subtle. The size that seems to work for me is the small and I like that I can extend the sides. However all the sizes fit just fine in my nose.
The trial pack costs $19.95 and the small, medium and large packs costs $27.95 each for a 3 count.