Can Rhinomed help the world get a good night’s sleep?

Can Rhinomed help the world get a good night’s sleep?

First published on STOCKHEAD – August 15th, 2017

 

J

enny Chapman snores like a chainsaw, literally.

At 111 decibels, she has the title of Britain’s Loudest Snorer, one decibel higher than a chainsaw.

Desperate, she enlisted the help of Rhinomed’s (ASX:RNO) Mute anti-snoring device to save her relationship.

As Rhinomed CEO Michael Johnson says: “We firmly believe that improving the way people breathe will allow them to sleep better and wake up feeling better. And waking up feeling better makes the world a better place!”

Sleep is a big topic at the moment.

Last week a new Deloitte Access Economics report claimed 40 per cent of Australians don’t get enough sleep, costing the economy $66.3 billion a year.

Can Rhinomed’s anti-snoring device help?

Let’s take a closer look.

What is it?

Mute looks like something a synchronised swimmer would wear on their nose — but it actually does the opposite.

It’s worn inside the nose where it expands the nostrils to increase the breathing area, reducing vibrations in the nasal area which can lead to snoring.

Mute also works on congested or obstructed nasal passages, such as deviated septums and swollen sinuses encountered during pregnancy.

Rhinomed’s Turbine is a similar product designed for exercise, and increases the airflow a bit more than the Mute….

 

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