Hi John , I am curious about nitric oxide produced in the nasal cavity.Dr Park "s book said it allows us to breathe 10 to 15% deeper so mouth breathers do not get the benifit of it. Idealy fixing nasal issues to restore inhailed nitric oxide are best.After years of hit and miss stuffyness treatments I wonder if a suppliment for what is normally inhailed might be logical. Have you any thoughts on nitric oxide? Good Sleep,Chris
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