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GODSUMM Nasal Breathing Strips prevent mouth breathing

Effortlessly prevent snoring with the GODSUMM Nasal Breathing Strips. By gently holding your jaw together, these strips prevent mouth breathing and improve facial symmetry at the same time. Combining mechanical and medical engineering techniques, GODSUMM eliminates teeth grinding, corrects cervical posture and reconstructs facial symmetry over time. Designed to be applied to strategic points on your face, these strips create maximum effects that regular tape can’t. Additionally, the strips gently press the lips together as well as hold up your jaw. Likewise, they keep tongue pressed against the roof of your mouth, providing the ideal amount of mouth flexibility. They also open up your nasal passages, allowing for optimal breathing. With GODSUMM, you can finally say goodbye to snoring, sleep apnea, teeth grinding, bad posture and more.

GODSUMM Nasal Breathing Strips prevent mouth breathing
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2.7 x 3.15 Inches (Strip), 5.12 x 7.87 Inches (Box)
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Max 6.76Kg
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1.59pz, 2.30oz (Packed)
Beige, Pink, Blue
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J Willis

May cause asphyxiation?

Pretty sure that's a NO 👌
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