Sleep Better with MyoTape

Designed to Support Breathing Through the Nose. Read the Science.

Customer Satisfaction of MyoTape

94% (89/94) of people reported that MyoTape improved their sleep health. (Survey sent to 1,000 people From July to November of 2023 with 94 people responding)

Sleep Better with MyoTape

Patrick McKeown

Welcome to MyoTape, a product designed to help ensure breathing through the nose. Born from the insights of Patrick McKeown, an internationally acclaimed breathing coach, MyoTape is more than just a product – it’s a lifestyle change.

Our mission is to help you master the art of nasal breathing, paving the way for improved sleep, enhanced concentration, and boosted overall health. MyoTape gently encourages lip closure without covering the mouth, offering you a comfortable, effective solution to common sleep issues.

Patrick’s co-authored article, Breathing Re-Education and Phenotypes of Sleep Apnea: A Review is published in the Journal of Clinical Medicine.

Ready to take the first step towards a healthier, more energized you?

Free Oxygen Advantage® Breathing Mobile App

MyoTape is designed to help support optimal breathing patterns for health and sports performance. In your quest to improve your breathing pattern, Patrick McKeown’s breathing program is available free by downloading the OxygenAdvantage app. The app includes breathing protocols and exercises for persons with asthma, sleep disorders, anxiety, panic disorder and high blood pressure. There are also breathing programs to help with improving exercise performance.

Interview of Patrick McKeown with Dr. Rangan Chatterjee on Importance of Breathing Through the Nose.

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Why Breathe Through the Nose

Prevent Mouth Snoring

Importance of Nasal Breathing to Help with Sleep  

  • Wearing Mouth Tape Improves Effectiveness of Mandibular Advancement Devices  
  • Breathing Through the Nose During Sleep Improves Adherence to CPAP 
  • Mouth Breathers with Sleep Apnea Experience Worse Oxygen Desaturation  
  • Importance of Breathing Through the Nose for Children with Sleep Disordered Breathing  
  • Breathing Re-Education and Phenotypes of Sleep Apnea by Patrick McKeown 
  • Mouth Breathing Dries the Throat and Mouth

Mouth Breathing and Cognition

  • A Stuffy Nose Reduces Concentration  
  • Mouth Breathing can Affect Learning Outcomes 
  • Sleep Difficulties and Symptoms of ADHD in Children with Mouth Breathing 
  • Continuous Nasal Breathing Increases Oxygen Uptake in the Blood 
  • UK study: Snoring, Apnea and Mouth Breathing if Untreated at 5 years of age, Increases the Risk of Special Education Needs by 40%. 
Improve dental health
Help Focus, Improve Sleep Quality, and Reduce Fatigue

Mouth Breathing and Dental Health 

  • Breathing Through the Mouth Can Affect Growth of the Face 
  • The Association between Mouth Breathing and Crooked Teeth  
  • Mouth Breathing can Increase Plaque 
  • Mouth Breathing and Increased Risk of Periodontal Disease 

Importance of Nasal Breathing for Asthma 

  • Mouth Breathing is Associated with Worsening of Asthma 
  • Breathing Through the Nose Helps Protect against Exercise Induced Asthma  
  • Breathing Through the Mouth Reduces Lung Function in Mild Asthma 
Improve Sleep Apnea and support CPAP

How MyoTape Works

MyoTape supports nasal breathing by gently holding the lips together during sleep and physical activity.
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Made From Stretchy Elastic Fabric And Hypoallergenic, Skin-friendly Glue
90 Strips Per Pack (Approx. 3 Months’ Supply)
Available in 3 Sizes: For Adults, Teens and Kids
Options available: For Sport, Beards or Sensitive Skin
Improves Quality of Sleep, Dental Health and Athletic Performance

Ideal For Adults and Kids

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Years Experience Teaching Breathing
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Clients From 30 Сountries
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Cate Green

  Make a big difference to nasal issues and snoring

Having read the fabulous book “Breath” by Kames Nestor, I explored options to encourage my husband to nose breathe at night. These do look pretty comical on, but work a treat! My husband never snores now and always breathes through his nose. I have also tried them and they really do mean I wake up feeling more refreshed and without a dry mouth. We have also recommended to friends, who are also impressed.

Michelle Cornes

  Definitely working for me.

Easy to use. Has helped stop my snoring. I feel more rested when I wake up too.

C. Klein

  Wow this product is great

Diagnosed with mild sleep apnea, was advised to try these strips in stead of CPAP. Took a night or two to get used to it. But my snoring has stopped, blood pressure is back to normal and I am feeling more refreshed after a deep sleep. Would definitely suggest you try – nothing to lose. Caution, peel them off slowly!

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Questions & Answers

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Children aged from four years and adults.

The body is actually designed for nasal breathing, so it’s much better to breathe through your nose. Habitual mouth breathing is surprisingly common, but it’s an unhealthy way to breathe. Once you reach the age of 40, you’re 6 times more likely to spend at least part of your sleep breathing through an open mouth. And around 50% of children mouth-breathe at least some of the time.
Mouth breathing causes you to inhale more air than the body needs, unbalancing the blood biochemistry. This is a dysfunctional breathing pattern called chronic hyperventilation. It causes blood CO2 levels to drop, and without adequate carbon dioxide, the body is not able to access adequate amounts of oxygen from the blood. When you mouth-breathe, you also bypass the dilatory properties of nasal nitric oxide and CO2. The nose becomes congested and it becomes difficult to breathe any other way than through the mouth.
Chronic hyperventilation, and its nighttime alter ego, sleep-disordered breathing, factor in many physical and mental illnesses, from high blood pressure to anxiety disorder. While nasal breathing engages the diaphragm, slows and normalizes breathing volume, and filters and warms the air before it enters the lungs, keeping the airways moist and protected from irritants, bacteria and viruses, mouth breathing does none of these things.
It’s time to make the switch!
  1. Remove the paper backing from your MYOTAPE
  2. Using your hands, gently stretch the tape by about 20%
  3. Bring you lips together
  4. Gently place the tape so that it surrounds your mouth

Yes. The tape is a training support, not a punishment! The idea behind the light elastic tension, which ‘reminds’ the mouth to close rather than sealing the lips, is to make it easy and rewarding to restore nasal breathing.

We want you to see results from your very first week, and we want to help you restore healthy breathing patterns for long-term health. For this reason, MYOTAPE is specifically designed to be comfortable to wear.

Yes, we have designed a new version specifically for use with facial hair.

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