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Breathe Right strips fail to boost anaerobic exercise performance in Illinois State study.

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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CNS BREATHE RIGHT NASAL STRIPS FAIL TO BOOST ANAEROBIC EXERCISE PERFORMANCE, Illinois State University researchers asserted at the American College of Sports Medicine-Midwest Chapter annual conference in St. Charles, Ill. In a poster presented at the meeting, David Thomas, PhD, et al. reported: "It appears that the use of the Breathe Right nasal strip and/or athletic toothguard has no significant impact on anaerobic exercise performance."
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