Nose It All Stops Nosebleeds Using Pressure
Even when you cut a finger or a limb, the first thing you do - almost viscerally - is apply pressure to the area to stop bleeding. With 90% of nosebleeds, the source of bleeding is the anterior arteries in the Kiesselbach Plexus, an area dense with blood vessels which, when ruptured, cause nosebleeds.
Just as you would use your hand to apply pressure to a bleeding finger, Nose It All applies pressure to the arterial area through its patented bite tab. When Nose It All is inserted into the mouth over the top teeth and under the top lip, users need only bite upwards using the bottom teeth on the patented bite tab, which directs pressure upward toward the source of the bleeding arteries.
Nose It All is technically a tourniquet - which, medically, only means that it is a device used to apply pressure to stop bleeding.
Holding a sustained bite creates enough pressure to stop anterior nosebleeds in as little as three minutes. It is a reactive, or "upstream" solution to anterior nosebleeds, made all the more unique because users are able to breathe freely through the nostrils without any obstructions inside the nasal cavity. Bleeds can clot even faster thanks to sustained airflow inside the nose.
Nose It All™ is the first FDA registered oral device that stops anterior nosebleeds at the arterial source, bypassing the nasal cavity completely.
The result is one of the most efficient, effective, and fast solutions to nosebleeds - up to 5x faster than traditional treatments.
Nose It All has changed the way common nosebleeds are treated forever.
But HOW does Nose It All stop nosebleeds?
The bite tab is the key structural element that allows Nose It All to do its job so successfully.
Once Nose It All is inserted in the mouth over the top teeth and under the gum line, the bite tab aligns with the bottom row of teeth. When the user bites down, pressure is applied upward, pushing the padded top portion of Nose It All toward the septum, the point closest to the source of bleeding.
With nothing at all inside the nostrils, a sustained bite of only a few minutes is all it takes for Nose It All to tourniquet the bleed. Users have reported nosebleeds that would typically take 15 minutes to stop, ending in as few as three. That's FIVE TIMES faster - and since nothing is stuffed inside the nasal cavity, they were able to breathe freely through their noses while it worked.