Do You Have Flimsy Nostrils?

Is your nose stuffy all the time? Dr. Steven Park describes a commonly missed condition that may explain the reason for your chronically stuffy nose.

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6 thoughts on “Do You Have Flimsy Nostrils?

  1. Awww…. The video cut off right at “if you can breathe much better”, and I don’t know if that was going to be followed with “you do have flimsy nostrils” or “you *don’t* have flimsy nostrils”.

    Darnit :)


  2. Could you please tell me more about the minimally invasive procedure to cure flimsy nostrils? I recall seeing your post about it on another site. Is it readily available, and what is it called?

    I have been diagnosed with a deviated septum from an earlier injury and have been having problems with the issue of flimsy nostrils. If the less invasive procedure will fix the problem, is it necessary to undergo an invasive procedure to correct the septum? I am much more inclined to go the less invasive route…

    Thanks for you help…

  3. Are their exercise you could to strengthen the nostrils? I use the strips and they help tremendously for my sleeping, but I have not tried the internal “stents”. I just developed this problem in the past few years and would like to fix the structural problem by increasing the strength oh my nostrils.

  4. Ashish,

    Sorry, but as far as I know, there are no exercises that can stiffen your nostrils. Internal clips can help tremendously. The other option is surgery.