Insurance Covered CPAP Is Helping Sleep Apnea Patients Get CPAP Machines Covered By Insurance
Insurance Covered CPAP is helping patients across the country suffering from sleep apnea get the help that they need by qualifying for high-quality CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) machines from trusted manufacturers through insurance.
Sleep apnea is a serious medical condition where a person’s breathing might intermittently start or stop while they are asleep. There are many ramifications of the disorder ranging from mild effects such as feeling tired after waking up from a full night’s sleep to more severe consequences such as potentially increasing the risk for other short-term and chronic conditions that could prove fatal to the person suffering from sleep apnea.
Some symptoms of sleep apnea include loud snoring, gasping for air during sleep, awakening with a dry mouth, morning headaches, difficulty staying asleep (insomnia), excessive daytime sleepiness (hypersomnia), difficulty paying attention while awake, and irritability. Sleep apnea may also be diagnosed by another person who monitors the patient while they are sleeping.
Some of the factors that increase the risk of a person developing the disorder include excess weight, neck circumference, narrowed airways due to narrow throats, enlarged tonsils, or adenoids, gender (males are two to three times more likely to have sleep apnea), age (risk increases with age), family history, use of alcohol, sedatives, or tranquilizers, smoking habits, nasal congestion, and other underlying medical conditions.
A CPAP machine is the primary device that is often prescribed to those suffering from sleep apnea disorders. A CPAP machine sends a steady supply of oxygen to the person’s nose and mouth through a mask as they sleep, keeping the airways open and helping them breathe normally. CPAP machines have compressors that generate a continuous stream of pressurized air that travels through an air filter into a flexible tube.
There are a few different types of CPAP machines. A regular CPAP machine is programmed to deliver pressurized air at a steady pressure level. An APAP (Automatic Positive Airflow Pressure) machine checks the person’s breathing while they sleep and adjusts the air pressure to compensate for changes in their sleep position or breathing. A BiPAP (Bi-level Positive Airflow Pressure) machine has two pressure settings, one pressure for inhaling and a lower pressure for exhaling. A BiPAP machine is ideal for those with elevated carbon dioxide levels or those that can’t tolerate CPAP machines.
Insurance Covered CPAP helps patients qualify for all three types of CPAP machines. The company prides itself on working with only the most trusted manufacturers in the field including ResMed, Philips Respironics, Fisher & Paykel, 3B Medical, and Resvent. The company has an extremely simple process for helping patients find out whether they can qualify for the potentially life-saving devices. It asks new clients to complete its Qualify Through Insurance form and once the patient gets approved, it will ship their CPAP machine, mask, and supplies directly to their door. The company can also provide the patient with a convenient and cost-effective at-home sleep test to make the process of qualifying for CPAP products through insurance even easier.
The range of CPAP machines offered by the company includes the AirSense 10 CPAP by ResMed and the Luna II CPAP by 3B Medical. The company’s Auto-CPAP machines include the AirSense 10 Autoset with HumidAir and ClimateLineAir Tube by ResMed, DreamStation 2 Auto CPAP by Philips Respironics, Luna II Auto CPAP by 3B Medical, and the iBreeze Auto CPAP by Resvent. The Bi-PAP machines offered by the company include the AirCurve 10 VAuto with HumidAir and ClimateLineAir by ResMed and the Luna Bi-PAP by 3B Medical. The company also makes available masks such as the AirFit F30i by ResMed, DreamWear Fit Pack by Philip Respironics, and the Simplus Full Face CPAP Mask by Fisher & Paykel. The company also runs a ReSupply program that reminds patients when it is time to replace their supplies and ships them to patients for no additional cost.
Readers can contact Insurance Covered CPAP by reaching out at the number 888-510-5100 or by using the contact form on its website.
For more information about Insurance Covered CPAP, contact the company here:
Insurance Covered CPAP
3002 Gill Street
Bloomington, IL 61704