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Breath Right This Year With Breathe Right Nasal Strips

I have to admit that in this house I am the person who snores. I know it isn't really the most lady like thing ;) and my husband has been very tolerant lol. About a month ago I started working and the problem became even worse! Between bottle feeding kittens, homeschooling three amazing children  and working full time when I laid my head on the pillow I was DONE and often in a position that just made my snoring even worse.....and in walks cold season. Last week I came down with a cold, and blowing my nose just wasn't taking it all away. I decided to give Breathe Right Nasal Strips a try. Now I thought it was really neat that I could find Breathe Right Nasal Strips not just in their original strip but they also came with a calming lavender scent as well as several other varieties and even for kids! Working long hours and constantly being on the go can sometimes make it hard to relax when I do get a night off, leaving me awake till midnight when everyone else is fast asleep.
I started using Breathe Right Nasal Strips 4 days ago and have really enjoyed them. The light Lavender scent is just enough it helps me fall asleep more quickly. The ability to breath is probably the best side effect ;) They were easy to apply and surprisingly didn't feel like I was ripping off a bandaid when the time came to remove it.lol I have to say after years of not picking up a box of Breathe Right Nasal Strips I really wish I would have tried them sooner. To have a natural, medication fee way to relieve my nasal Congestion and help with my snoring problems has been really nice. I can't wait to try the kids version on my children when they are in need.

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I have always wanted to try these to use for when allergies are acting up. This would give me a chance to test them out before I bought them.

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