Nitric Oxide is Produced in the Nasal Cavity and the Paranasal Sinuses

When we breathe through the nose, Nitric Oxide is carried through the nose into our lungs.  Inside the lungs the Nitric Oxide acts as a bronchodilator which in effect opens up the airways. 


Some of the amazing benefits of Nitric Oxide include sterilizing the incoming air, redistributing the blood through the lungs, and acting as a vasodilator for the blood vessels in the lungs.  


To harness the great benefits of Nitric Oxide in the body we just have to breathe through our nose.  It sounds simple, right? However, if a person has developed a lifetime of mouth breathing, it isn't as simple as it sounds.  It will take time, dedication and therapy to make this important life changing transition.


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