Archive for April 2020

Treatments for Sleep Apnea

    Today we’re gonna talk about treatment options for sleep apnea. We posted previously about, if somebody has obstructive sleep apnea, they have a throat issue and then more specifically, they have an issue either with their tonsils being too big, their tongue being too big for the size of the back of the…

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Obstructive Sleep Apnea

    We covered obstructive sleep apnea versus central sleep apnea in a different segment. In this segment, we’re just gonna break down obstructive sleep apnea. As we’ve mentioned before, obstructive sleep apnea is a throat issue 100% of the time. The issues that cause obstructive sleep apnea are always anatomic. It’s how somebody’s built…

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The Two Kinds of Sleep Apnea

  There are two different types of sleep apnea. First, let’s start with what is Sleep Apnea? Sleep apnea is when somebody is sleeping at night and they’re not breathing.  That’s it, that’s what sleep apnea is. There are two types of sleep apnea. There’s Obstructive Sleep Apnea which is by far the most common…

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Dr. Kandula on the Uninvisible Podcast

Lauren Freedman: Uninvisible is a support podcast that deals squarely with medical issues that present unique advocacy issues for individuals. We do not provide medical advice. Please consult with your physician for any medical issue that you are facing. Information and comments that you send to use are governed by our terms of service and…

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Surviving Spring Allergies

ADVENT Woman With Sinus Pain Pressure

On this week’s ADVENTing, Dr. Madan Kandula and Dr. Ethan Handler discuss the range of options available for treating spring allergies, and why an airway-first approach gives patients real, lasting results.   Dr. Kandula: So as we shoot this, we are heading into allergy season. So, what should people know about that? Dr. Handler: Yeah,…

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Removing Barriers for New Patients on The Morning Blend

Life shouldn’t get in the way of treating sinus, snoring and sleep apnea concerns, but it does. If you find yourself in the pharmacy aisle with every seasonal change or on the verge of a sleep divorce because you or your partner snores, it’s time to listen up.   Madan Kandula, MD is on The…

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