The Right Tools for Breathing Well

A mattress that cures snoring is great in theory but just isn't a reality. Besides, you already have the tools you need for a good night's sleep.
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Published on
February 6, 2020
Updated on
February 12, 2020

Your nose and throat are the tools you rely on to build a healthy and comfortable sleep schedule. If these tools are obstructed you may be one of the millions of people that suffer every day from snoring and sleep apnea. If you're ready to open those airways, ADVENT can provide you with the brand new tools you desire.

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This Isn't Working

You’ve likely heard the timeless saying, “A good craftsmen never blames his tools.”

Unfortunately, there are times that no matter how hard you try, the tools you have just can't get the job done. When that happens, it's time to re-tool the toolbox.

In this story, YOU are the craftsman and your goal is to build the perfect sleeping arrangement.

Time For New Tools

The blankets you use, the pillows you lay on, and the mattress you fall into at the end of the day are all tools you use to craft your own sleep schedule. As you may have learned by now, even with the best mattress money can buy, your poor nighttime breathing, snoring, and sleep apnea keeps you from having that perfect night’s sleep.

Sometimes blaming your tools is validated if what you’ve crafted isn’t … well, isn’t very good. The truth is, it’s not your mattress.

It’s you.

What Are The Blueprints?

Like every good story, the main character eventually needs a helping hand on the way to success. For you, the most important tool shouldn’t come in the form of a mattress but in the form of a fully functional nose and throat. With the help of an ADVENT provider, the goal of leaving your snoring and sleep apnea behind and getting comfortable sleep can be achieved.

In order to test the effectiveness of your current tool set, the process includes taking part in an at-home sleep study. Gathering data of your breathing while you sleep on that lousy mattress helps us create a plan to assemble the tools you deserve. Following the sleep study, a CT scan will confirm any questions surrounding the results of your sleep study. You’ll learn that relying on a mattress won’t cure your chronic snoring or faulty nighttime breathing. Leave that to your ADVENT provider.

A Little Maintenance Helps

Statistics show that one in ten people suffer from sleep apnea. Of those that suffer from this condition, 80% go undiagnosed. While a mattress isn't going to put you on the right side of these statistics, there is some life maintenance you can practice in order to curb your snoring like keeping a healthy weight, avoiding alcohol before bed, quitting smoking, going to bed at a reasonable time, and treating your allergies.

If the tools you require to breathe your best life are available with some help from ADVENT, what's stopping you from scheduling an appointment? In order to build your ideal sleep schedule, you require unobstructed airways in your nose and throat. Be the craftsman you've been waiting to be and start to breathe well and live better.

Take the first step to improving your life.

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First published by ADVENT on
February 6, 2020
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The Right Tools for Breathing Well