You’ve noticed that your 20/20 vision isn’t so 20/20 anymore. You’re squinting all the time, having a hard time finding things at the grocery store, missing your exits on the freeway, etc. – it’s a problem. What’s the logical course of action to take when your vision isn’t as reliable as it used to be?
You call your eye doctor.
So, if your breathing has been a problem – during the day or at night – then stifling the frustration and discomfort that comes with poor breathing should become a priority. Why not take the same action as you would if you had poor vision?
ADVENT’s goal is to allow you achieve what we call 20/20 breathing. Now, when someone tells you they have 20/20 vision you know that to be ideal vision, correct? So, if you were to rate your breathing on the same scale, you would want 20/20 breathing. Unfortunately, if you’re reading this article, chances are that you experience fatigue and congestion when laying down and/or frequent sinus issues.
What is 20/20 Breathing?
Our President and Founder, Madan Kandula, MD, describes optimal breathing as “being able to breathe through your nose with your mouth shut day and night.” To hear more from Dr. Kandula about 20/20 Breathing, watch the story behind our current radio message below:
To determine your quality of breathing we use a three-step proven process, also referred to as our Patient Journey®. This trademarked process helps care providers determine the root cause of your breathing difficulty and the right solution to help you achieve 20/20 breathing. Some common causes of your sub-20/20 breathing are likely chronic sinus infections, mouth breathing, nightly congestion, snoring, or sleep apnea.
Personalized Care Plans
With several treatment options available, ADVENT can create a care plan personalized for you. We offer simple, in-office solutions that allow you to get back to your daily routine in no time. A procedure like balloon sinuplasty could be recommended as thousands of patients experience life-changing results following this 20 minute, in-office solution. But regardless the care plan, our sinus and sleep surgeons are there to ensure the right treatment plan for you is put into action. Once you experience more energy, fewer sinus infections, better sleep, and most importantly, the ability to breathe through both nostrils with your mouth closed during both the day and night, you'll wonder why you didn't do this years ago.