The Sleep Tape 5M (five months)

(52 customer reviews)


A good night’s sleep is vital for good health, energy and overall wellbeing. During sleep your body heals, repairs and regenerates, which is why the way you breathe while you are asleep is of great importance. Sleeping with an open mouth upsets the oxygen/carbon dioxide balance in your system and causes hyperventilation that results in oxygen deficiency and restless sleep.

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Since you can’t easily monitor how you breathe while you sleep, using Sleep Tape™ ensures that your mouth stays closed at night so you breathe only through your nose.

Benefits of Using The Sleep Tape

Taping your mouth at night is a remarkably simple, yet extremely powerful tool. The feedback frequently given is that people wake up more alert in the morning, sleep more calmly, don’t wake up during the night, and need less sleep.

  • Avoid hyperventilation – If you sleep with an open mouth your breathing will automatically exceed your body’s needs and you will hyperventilate, which upsets the oxygen/carbon dioxide balance and causes oxygen deficiency.
  • Keeps your mouth shut – Applying tape to your mouth at night is an easy and inexpensive way to ensure that your mouth stays closed and respiration occurs only through your nose. This will make breathing work for you instead of against you.
  • Wake up rested – Nasal breathing is the first step towards good breathing habits. Nasal breathing during sleep increases the chance that your body can relax and get the rest it needs.
  • Gives a deep sleep – Restless sleep is common amongst nightly mouth breathers. When we perceive danger we automatically open our mouth. It’s an inert reaction associated with our fight/flight/freeze-system. To promote deep sleep the fight/flight/freeze-system needs to be put on the backburner, which is easier achieved when our mouth is closed.

Quick facts

MaterialNonwoven Rayon, latex free
1 Strip10 cm x 2,5 cm
Sleep Tape 1M35 strips (1 month supply)
Sleep Tape 5M154 strips (5 months supply)

How to use

You may think it sounds barbaric, or feel uncomfortable with the idea of applying tape to your mouth—a common reaction amongst people when they first hear about the idea. The discomfort is generally just a mental block, and after trying it out for a few minutes most people find they get used to it. If you do feel discomfort, please apply the tape fifteen minutes before bedtime, in order to become more comfortable with the sensation.

  • Tape vertically or horizontally – The Sleep Tape could be applied either horizontally or vertically. Some users perceive the vertical approach to be less intimidating.
  • Be persistent – You may wake up without a taped mouth since it’s common that we remove the tape in our sleep during the first, second, and maybe third night. Please be persistent and continue to apply the tape.
  • Apply a while before bedtime – If you do feel discomfort, I suggest you apply the tape fifteen minutes before bedtime, in order to become more comfortable with the sensation.
  • Get your partner to tape too – You may think that it’s not very sexy to tape your mouth at night, but you can always cuddle first, and then tape your mouth. Some prefer to wait to apply the tape to their mouth until their partner has fallen asleep. Perhaps you can get your partner to tape their mouth too?

Questions and Answers

Below you’ll find answers to the most frequently asked questions on Sleep Tape usage.

How can I avoid getting sore lips by taping my mouth?

ANSWER: Here are a few tips if you have sensitive skin and get sore lips: Put the tape against your pillow a few times to reduce the adhesive slightly.

Tear the tape in half and tape from your nose to your chin, so that less tape gets in touch with your skin.

Slightly ”fold in” your lips before applying the tape.

Put on some coconut oil, petrolatum, or similar, before applying the tape.

Moist your lips slightly before applying the tape.

Use your tongue to first moisten your lips and then push out the tape from within, when taking it off in the morning.

What material is the tape made of?

ANSWER: The Sleep Tape is made of nonwoven rayon. Rayon is made of natural cellulose fiber, which is processed to become rayon. The adhesive is made of acrylate. The basic material in the Sleep Tape, rayon and acrylate, are hypoallergenic and mild and have been used for medical purposes since the 1960s, for example near the mouth and nose for fixing cannulas and keep together open wounds. the Sleep Tape is free from latex and doesn’t contain any colophonium (rosin).

Could my six-year-old tape his mouth at night?

ANSWER: Yes, usually it’s fine for most six-year-olds to tape their mouth at night. BUT, the child needs of course to be curious and willing to try. It is not recommended to try to convince your child. As parents we know that children do as we do and not as we say, so by taping your own mouth the chance increases that your child becomes curious and wants to give it a try. There are five-year-old that tapes their mouths. Even if it is individual and can differ from child to child it is not recommended for children under 5 yeas of age to tape their mouth at night. Please note that all mouth taping at night, regardless of age, is at your own risk. 

Can Children Tape Their Mouth at Night?

Can I ruin my sleep by taping my mouth?

ANSWER: On the contrary, it give a better and deeper sleep. Some may wake up very energetic and some may wake up very tired in the beginning – “I wake up already at 4 o’clock in the morning, full of energy!!” or “I am really tired when I wake up!” The advice is to wait four weeks before evaluating whether mouth taping at night works for you or not. The sleep is usually normalized over time and the tiredness that some people experience in the beginning can be viewed as a form of cleansing reaction that disappears after a while. Similar to a person that stops smoking usually don’t feel too well in the beginning and it takes a while for the benefits become evident. If you wake up very early in the morning and feel rested it’s great and hopefully it will continue. Many people testify that taping their mouth at night have made it possible to reduce their need for sleep.

What are the risks involved in taping my mouth at night?

ANSWER: The risks with taping the mouth at night is absolutely a legitimate question! However, let’s not overdo it. The easiest is to pay attention to your own reaction – do you get stressed out of the mere thought of taping your mouth at night, don’t do it. Instead start with taping your mouth during daytime, for example a while in front of the TV in the evening, to get used to the sensation that occurs in your body and mind. When you feel safe with the tape and the change in your breathing pattern the next natural step is to try taping your mouth at night.

Here are a couple of women sharing their experience:

– I got panic in the beginning, but got used to it. Stayed awaken in bed for a while before taking it off, but already after a few nights I could tape without problems and nowadays I don’t even think about that I have my mouth taped. Tonight I slept for seven hours straight with the tape on – normally I wake up several times each night. Since I could wear the tape I have started to sleep better and better. My advice is to not overreact if you get panic, just remove the tape and get used to it successively at your own pace.

– When I tried the tape for the first time I panicked. But I turned to my breathing and focused on breathing slow, low and rhythmically. After a while I was able to relax and fell asleep. I was confident that the stress and fear would diminish over time. Direct your focus towards your breath, over and over again. Since then I have had no problems at all with taping my mouth at night.

In the Swedish book “Sluta snarka och börja leva! (Stop snoring, start living)” from 1991 the author Tore Strandell advices the reader to tape their mouth at night, se the picture below. Tore is an MD and an associate Professor at the Karolinska Institute in Sweden and the founder of Aleris Fysiologlab, Northern Europe’s largest sleep clinic.

Stop snoring, start living


Please Note! The Sleep Tape is not intended to use as a replacement for medical advice from medically trained personnel. It is not recommended for children under 5 yeas of age to tape their mouth at night. Mouth taping at night, regardless of age, is at your own risk.

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Sleep Tape 5M

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52 reviews for The Sleep Tape 5M (five months)

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  1. Sarah (verified owner)

    aeUnited Arab Emirates

    The product itself is good but I have been very disappointed with customer service received. I placed an order for 2 packs of sleep tape to be sent to my UAE address and one pack to Ireland for my trip home there in the summer. After 3 weeks I hadn’t heard anything and when I arrived in Ireland no tape, I contacted customer service and was informed that stock had run out!! Lucky I thought to enquire!! I stayed in Ireland for 4 weeks and no tape was delivered, I thought I was ensuring speedy process when I ordered for another European country.
    Since arriving back in UAE my tape is here- my advice is order many many months in advance if you require it and you also may need to follow up as the company will not contact you to inform of delays or stock shortage. I’m disappointed as I am a big fan of the book and wanted to do the conscious breathing course but this experience has put me off.

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    • Anders Olsson (store manager)

      Hi Sarah! We are really sorry to hear about the extremely long delivery time and poor communication. There are several reasons for the delay, both an increase in demand as well as production and delivery problems.

      The poor communication is due to the fact that we are a small company, and arranging the Conscious Breathing Summit in September took a bit too much of our resources. When it coincided with the Sleep Tape issues, we basically didn’t have the resources to communicate in a professional way.

      You are more than welcome to take the Conscious Breathing Instructor Course if you change your mind.

      /The Conscious Breathing Team

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