More about nasal congestion and airmax

What is nasal congestion?
If the mucous membrane in the nose, the sinuses and/or throat is inflamed it is referred to as a common cold or nasal congestion. A common cold is contagious and is caused by a virus. On average, adults get a cold two to five times a year and children six to ten times a year. A cold often takes no longer than a week. If one is still suffering from a cold after ten days, then there might be something else going on such as an respiratory allergy.


The virus causing a cold enters the body through the nose and ends up in the nasal cavity/pharynx. Then the infection spreads to the front of the nose, this causes symptoms such as sniffling and stuffiness of the nose. The rest of the pharynx also has to deal with the virus, this results in a sore throat and coughing. Besides these symptoms sometimes the vocal cords become inflamed causing hoarseness.


A common cold is usually unavoidable.

One can try to stay away from people already having a cold. A common cold usually disappears witin a week or two. Taking medications for a cold is not necessary. Antibiotics do not help in this situation because antibiotics only help to cure a bacterial infection and don’t have affect on a viral infection.

The positive effects of Airmax® in relation to nasal congestion
Airmax® helps people with nasal congestion to breathe more freely through the nose. The mechanical widening has shown efficacy in increasing the airflow, which enables the air to go deeper into the lungs and provides more oxygen. 


Over the years, airmax users with nasal congestion have shared their experiences with us about the airmax nasal dilator. Check out the experiences of these users.


Airmax® has been studied and tested extensively in scientific clinical research and is proven effective. Airmax ® is available through various pharmacies and in online webshops.


In addition to the positive effects that Airmax® has shown against nasal congestion, the product is also suitable for use in other airway related conditions such as: Asthma, COPDpulmonary fibrosisrespiratory allergysleep apnoea and snoring due to a cold. Do you have any questions regarding this information please feel free to contact us.