PODCAST | Getting to the Root of Breathing Issues

On A Whole New You podcast, Dr. Madan Kandula speaks about sleep apnea, allergies, The Breathing Triangle, oral posture, & why mouth breathing is hazardous.
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December 3, 2019
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December 9, 2019

So many people are unnecessarily suffering from breathing issues. Dr. Madan Kandula joins Kim Maravich and Laurie Bittel from A Whole New You Podcast, to discuss the reasons for our country's airway crisis. He touches on sleep apnea, allergies, The Breathing Triangle®, oral posture, and why mouth breathing is hazardous to your health.

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We realize time is valuable, so here are a few time stamp highlights from the interview.


[01:15] Dr. Kandula bio.

[03:00] Dr. Kandula personal struggles with sinus issues.

[07:00] Why this country is suffering from an airway crisis. Increased sensitivity in airways mostly due to allergies that are so prevalent today. Also, maybe our environment is too clean?

[13:50] The Breathing Triangle® – connection between ears, nose, and throat.

[19:25] The problems with mouth breathing. Especially bad for children and they will grow up compromised. The nose filters the air, and that isn’t happening when you breathe through your mouth.

[21:15] Oral posture check-in exercise.

[23:40] Sleep apnea - nighttime is the time for healing and rest and when you are literally being strangled multiple times during the night, you live in fight or flight and your body never gets a break.

[31:00] How do you to start getting a better night’s sleep? Get the airway anatomy checked and corrected. Let’s get to the root of the problem instead of the continuous band-aids.

First published by ADVENT on
December 3, 2019
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PODCAST | Getting to the Root of Breathing Issues