Sleep disorders and stuffy nose.

Unobstructed respiratory airways are necessary for quality sleep.

Lying down and muscle relaxation during sleep result in increased work of breathing and complicate the functioning of the respiratory and cardiovascular systems. Moreover, breathing, the most vital function, also plays a crucial role in maintaining the balance between relaxation and anxiety, which quality sleep directly depends upon

Because incoming air stimulates the nerve endings within the nose and triggers the alpha stage of sleep, it is easy to understand how a night of breathing through the mouth can equate to a restless night fraught with frequent microarousals and resulting in morning fatigue.

Wearing RespiFacile® opens up the nose and promotes faster and better-quality sleep. Many wearers even report that by wearing RespiFacile® all night long, they remember their dreams better..

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What the press is saying:

"It's as if someone suddenly opened a window."

"It is the first time such a medical device has been successfully worn during a zero gravity surgery."

"The best in its category"

"RespiFacile® can be exceptional if you can carry it all night."

When breathing while sleeping
becomes a problem
Stuffy nose reduces quality of sleep

Lying down can cause or worsen a stuffy nose.

Sleepless nights caused by a stuffy nose or a snoring partner can lead to fatigue in the workplace and can increase the risk of falling asleep while driving…

The elderly and the sick…
A stuffy nose can have serious consequences.

Nasal obstruction can take a heavy toll on a person weakened by age or illness as well as on conditions such as cardiac fatigue (weak heart).

Improving nasal breathing relieves the body of a portion of its respiratory effort and can thus prevent serious accidents. Read more...

Whether chronic or acute, a stuffy nose has various causes and consequences

Impaired nasal breathing can be linked to a host of chronic or acute causes such as colds, nasal septum deviation (deviated septum), allergic rhinitis, chronic sinusitis, rhinitis in pregnant women and high air pressure under an oxygen mask… Read more...

RespiFacile® is the solution

The most effective nasal dilator ever designed
  • Works immediately, even with a very stuffy nose.
  • Replaces decongestant sprays and their harmful side effects. RespiFacile® contains no chemicals.
  • Ultralight (less than 2 grams)
  • Reusable and therefore economical to use, unlike disposable nasal strips and decongestant sprays.
  • One size fits all: RespiFacile® features a patented triple-curve design that fits all adult noses.
  • Easy to use; RespiFacile® is as easy to place and remove as a pair of glasses. When RespiFacile® is removed, your nostrils return to their normal shape without any marks or distortions. Read more...

Back pain and sleep.

Direct link between breathing, sleep and back pain

Pregnant women frequently suffer from back pain, stuffy nose and insomnia at the same time. It is easy to understand the vicious cycle between back pain and a stuffy nose that both complicates getting to sleep and also means a very restless sleep fraught with many microarousals as well as changes in position that worsen back pain. RespiFacile® eliminates at least one of these three factors: stuffy nose. In addition to improving breathing, RespiFacile® contributes to overall relaxation and better quality of sleep.

Easy to use ; RespiFacile® is as easy to place and remove as a pair of glasses. When RespiFacile® is removed, your nostrils return to their normal shape without any marks or distortions.

Top-Quality RespiFacile®
The most effective nasal dilator ever designed
How does RespiFacile® work?

RespiFacile® fits inside your nostrils and prevents your nasal valve from collapsing while you breathe in. The improvement in breathing is immediate and marked.

The reason is very simple: half of the energy needed for breathing is expended at this valve.


Meticulous research

Developed by a research team from the ENS de Chimie de Paris UMR 7045 CNRS, a prestigious Chemical Engineering School in Paris, RespiFacile® features a patented triplecurve design.

This design is the result of in-depth mechanical, biological and ergonomic research supplemented with morphology statistics.


Beta-Titanium: the very latest generation of titanium alloys

The molecular microstructure of beta-titanium gives it optimum biocompatibility and mechanical properties ideally suited to the human body.

This ultralight alloy, which is used notably in hip replacement surgery, ensures that RespiFacile® weighs less than 2 grams.


Silicone gel for optimum comfort

The pads are made of soft linear-polyaddition medical silicones for gentle contact with the skin inside the nose and ensure optimum comfort.

Made in Germany
Are you affected by any of these situations?
  • Your sleep is poor and you feel tired upon waking up.
  • You frequently feel like sleeping during the day.
  • Your nose is stuffy, especially while lying down.
  • You suffer from irritability and even feelings of depression. You have difficulties concentrating.
  • The slightest noise at night wakes you up.

Quality sleep tips:

  • The best sleeping position is on your right side in the fetal position.
  • The ideal room temperature is 66°F (the brain's temperature has to drop by a degree in order for sleep to set in).
  • Gradually lowering the level of light (e.g. a PC monitor) one hour before bedtime promotes the natural secretion of melatonin.
  • Don't miss the start of any of the 90-minute sleep cycles. In practice, you should already be in bed by the time you start yawning.