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Frownies + About Chin Up Strips
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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Is it normal to snore?
A: Yes & no. Yes because snoring is a very common sleep disorder. No because snoring is unhealthy.

Q: Is snoring bad for health?
A: Yes, snoring deprives you and your partner of the restful sleep required for the body. Also, snoring causes day time fatigue and tiredness and may also increase your chance of cardiovascular disease and in serious cases, it can also be a symptom of sleep apnea, a fatal sleep disorder.

Q: How does Chin-Up Strips work?
A: Chin-Up Strips work by holding and supporting your jaw so that you sleep with your mouth closed. This will prevent mouth breathing, promote natural nasal breathing and stop snoring.

Q: Is my mouth covered?
A: No, the upper lip is free to move. Hence you can still cough or exhale during sleep.

Q: Do I need to use a new Chin-Up Strips every night?
A: Yes, it is a snoring relief that you should use every night when you sleep.

Q: Is Chin-Up Strips hypoallergenic?
A: Yes. Chin-Up Strips also latex and gluten free.

Q: What is the material used to make Chin-Up Strips?
A: Micro pore rayon and medical grade adhesive made by 3M Medical Specialties Co.

Q: Can I use one Chin-Up Strip twice?
A: No. Chin-Up Strips is designed for disposable one time use. It will not be effective if you reuse it.

Q: How can we reduce snoring?
A: Besides using Chin-Up Strips to reduce snoring, we suggest that you start adopting a healthy lifestyle, including exercising, losing weight, avoiding alcohol and also try sleeping on your side.


FDA Indications for Use of Chin-Up Strips:

1. Chin-Up Strip promotes and enhances nasal breathing to help Breathe Right nasal strips to reduce or eliminate snoring.

2. Chin-Up Strip supports the chin (mandible) during sleep, thereby promoting and enhancing nasal breathing by reducing mouth breathing and oral venting.

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