How It Works

The nasal wall is more likely to collapse while you are sleeping.

NasalAid ensures your nasal passages remain open.

Adjust to your desired degree of dilation.

Wash and Reuse

“Nasal dilators have been useful in patients having problems with nasal CPAP and either narrow nose due to collapse of lateral nasal valves and/or  moderate deviated nasal septum. It may also helpful in association with allergic treatment in patients with enlarged nasal turbinates.”

Dr. Christian Guillemenault
Father of Sleep Medicine, Stanford

“Mute dilates the nasal passage improving airflow and reducing collapse of the pharynx. A similar device that I prefer is called “Nasalaid” and is available on line for a list price of $20. It is adjustable to your nose and desired degree of dilation and unlike Mute which has limited time of use can be good for up to a year. My patients seem to prefer how it feels as well.”

Dr. Jerry Kram
Founder of California Center for Sleep Disorders

“We’ve trialed several dilator designs over the years: Nosecones, MUTEs, and lately Nasal Aid. I trial most all products we recommend myself and have found the Nasal Aid to be far and away the most comfortable option since it only touches nasal soft tissue – ie. no irritation of the nasal cartilage with use.”

Dr. Keith Valachi
Dental Sleep Apnea Clinic


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