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Breathe more, Snore less.

Mute gently stents and dilates the nasal airways allowing snorers to breathe more easily through their nose and keep their mouth closed during sleep. In turn, this reduces the vibrations in the airways that can cause disruptive snoring.

By improving breathing through the nose, Mute can also reduce snoring that is caused by night-time nasal congestion or obstructions such as a deviated septum.

In trials, 75% of couples reported a reduction in the frequency and volume of snoring and found it more effective than other products.


Snoring is very common and it often has more than one cause.
Underlying causes of snoring can be difficult to diagnose and may relate to deformities of the nasal septum (the cartilage between the two sides of the nose) and the other internal nasal structures.

Snoring may also be caused by blockages of the nose due to nasal allergies or colds or can result from the use of medication or alcohol. It is not uncommon for women to snore during pregnancy.

Important: Mute nasal device is not for the treatment of sleep apnea.
If you think that your snoring may be a symptom of sleep apnea, you should consult your doctor or a sleep specialist.


Mute benefits

*All stats from Mute Product User Trial, Nov 2014.

Find the right size for you

There are two simple ways to find the right size to fit your nose.



Follow these simple instructions to ensure you are using your Mute correctly

  • 1. INSERT

    Wash your hands, hold the device by the bridge with the curved arms facing towards you and the ribbed paddles facing up and away from you.

  • 2. ADJUST

    Bring the device up to your nose and place the curved arms in first to make contact with the inside floor of your nose.

  • 3. BREATHE

    Gently guide the device backwards into your nose to a point that it is comfortable. You may need to adjust your nostrils over and around the ridged paddles to ensure it’s fully inserted.

Important: Mute nasal device is not for the treatment of sleep apnea.
If you think that your snoring may be a symptom of sleep apnea, you should consult your doctor or a sleep specialist.

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  • We Muted Jenny the UK’s loudest snorer

    I’ve snored since I was five and over the years have tried pretty much everything. I’ve even considered surgery. The sound often wakes me up and most nights my husband Colin has to retreat to the spare room.
    I’ve tried Rhinomed’s product Mute a few times now and haven’t woken myself up once. My husband says my snoring is much reduced and much quieter, so I’m going to keep using it.

    Mrs Jenny Chapman (UK’s loudest snorer)

  • Mute for couples who both snore

    Since we started using Mute we definitely sleep a lot better.
    Before you even got to sleep, once you’ve got it in, you can just feel that everything is open... your breathing is loads better.
    With Mute you feel relaxed, you feel fresh… you’re getting six to seven hours solid sleep, without a doubt.
    By being able to sleep in bed together, without annoying each other, means we can just go to bed and get a good night’s sleep.

    Lee and Rachel

  • Mute brings us closer together

    Hannah says: I think my snoring has driven us apart a little. Obviously not sleeping together you don't have that intimacy. He wakes up grumpy. I wake up grumpy.
    Jonny says: When Hannah used Mute it really helped. There’s no snoring whatsoever now.
    Hannah says: I wake up feeling refreshed and my breathing is so much better now. We can go out and do things together now because we're not tired now. We’re going out for cocktails later...

    Hannah and Jonny

Backed by Clinicians

  • Improved nasal breathing impacts on snoring simply by reducing airway resistance. Nasal airway resistance leads to an increase in respiratory effort thus producing increased negative pressures, hence snoring and airway collapse. Mute lessens this resistance by supporting the nasal valve and stopping it from collapsing.

    Whenever possible I suggest my patients use Mute with the mandibular repositioning appliance.

    Why Mute? It is hands down the most comfortable and versatile nasal stent I have seen along with the adjustment features and sizes. The number of people reporting difficulty with this device is minimal - most have had good results.

    Dr Dennis R. Bailey DDS

  • “The advantage of the Mute nasal breathing device to other nasal breathing devices, lies in the superior design features such as independent dilation, and ribbed wings.

    I have previously been skeptical of nasal devices because the principle underlying cause of snoring is dysfunctional breathing, especially mouth breathing. Nasal or throat obstructions certainly contribute to and exacerbate these conditions, however mouth breathing is a factor that, unless we rectify it, we will always have poor sleep quality and limit energy production in our cells, regardless of whether we snore or not. Nasal devices previously have not addressed this.

    As such I was very pleasantly surprised that the Mute device not only facilitates nose breathing in those who find it hard to breathe through their nose, but also encourages nose breathing in all users. This is the first nasal device I have seen that has this feature.”

    Tim Altman B.Sc. B.H.Sc. Respiratory Therapist