Unlike humans, horses can only breathe through their nose. This means that all air must pass through the nasal passages to get to the lungs. How the nasal passages are the narrowest part (i.e. a "bottleneck") of the upper airway. In fact, over 50% of total airway resistance in exercising horses occurs in the nasal passages. FLAIR® Strips support the nasal passages to reduce airway resistance and improve air flow when your horse needs oxygen most. By reducing airway resistance during exertion, FLAIR® Strips are clinically proven to reduce fatigue, reduce lung bleeding and shorten post-exercise recovery.
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