Fixing Your Nightly Routine

To get your snoring or Obstructive Sleep Apnea under control, you may be urged to use a CPAP device. Here are ways to get comfortable with your CPAP.
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Published on
March 17, 2020
Updated on
March 18, 2020

Quality nighttime breathing is often taken for granted. For many people, a simple snore doesn’t seem THAT bad, but how often do you emphasize "THAT" when you utter those words?

Finding the right solution can be tough with several options being available to people that have a snoring issue, or worse, a condition like Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). One popular method of treatment the use of CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) technology.

A CPAP device is often recommended if patients wish to avoid in-office procedures as it is a non-invasive and reliable solution. At ADVENT, 78% patients stick to their CPAP mask regimen compared to the 30% of those that represent the national average. But for some, CPAPs can be difficult to live with as it requires a mask and noise-making machine to operate through the night. Either way, ADVENT is here to help.

The key to finding the right solution for you is simply by listening to your needs. If we find that a CPAP device is not for you, we look at other options that will allow you and your sleeping buddy to finally get a good night’s sleep. Unfortunately, we have seen too many times patients come in and tell us a story of previous experiences – and not always good ones.

Unlike sleep centers where you’re often examined, given a CPAP machine and pushed out the door, ADVENT helps guide you through the patient journey towards several different solutions including CPAP alternatives.

You shouldn’t have to worry about “the door hitting you on your way out,” of a sleep center and you shouldn’t have to worry about your nighttime breathing anymore. Regardless your breathing frustrations, schedule an appointment with us so we can bring peace and quiet to your nightly routine.

Take the first step to improving your life.

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First published by ADVENT on
March 17, 2020
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Fixing Your Nightly Routine