The Inventor’s Story

Laurie James suffered from chronic snoring for decades. The breakdown of his second marriage was the final straw for Laurie and the impetus he needed to find a cure for his debilitating condition.

Laurie had literally tried everything: two painful operations, the cumbersome and intrusive C-Pap machine and every other application on the market. An experienced car designer, Laurie James decided to take matters into his own hands and develop a cure himself.

“I knew the devastating effect that snoring and a lack of sleep could have on my life. And I just wasn’t prepared to rest until I’d found a cure” says Laurie.

Laurie invested eight years of his life and a significant sum of money in working with specialists to develop a natural cure for his snoring. Collaborating with an ENT consultant and plastic specialist has ensured that Laurie has invented a simple, natural and cost effective product that is clinically proven to reduce, and in many cases, stop snoring.
“The Breathing Relief Nasal Dilator cured my snoring naturally” says Laurie. “My only regret is that I didn’t do something about it sooner.”

Laurie’s daughter, inspired by the effectiveness of the product, is heading up the company marketing and distributing Breathing Relief. The product is currently stocked in more than 400 outlets across Europe with more coming online every week.

And as the product reach grows, so too does the feedback. Including some surprising side effects. It seems that, according to our customers, Breathing Relief also help you lose weight, run faster, stop snoring, sleep better and finally breathe through your nose.

Whilst we have not run clinical trials on all of the above you can visit our Success Stories page to see how it has helped other people and enhanced their lives.

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EXPERIMENTING WITH SLEEP 

Our blogger will, over the next week, be putting a couple of theories and tricks to the test to see how they affect her sleep. Every day there will be a post assessing the quality of sleep, the effectiveness of whatever was implemented, and whether it would be suitable for everyday use. Watch the video>