Insurance Covered CPAP Points Out that CPAP Therapy Is No Longer Unusual
November 15, 2022 at 16:38
Insurance Covered CPAP, a MedSource LLC company, has recently released a blog post titled, “CPAP Therapy: You're Not Alone.” The article points out that the use of a continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machine is no longer considered to be unusual and is now mainstream because millions of Americans have turned to CPAP machines for obstructive sleep apnea, which is a serious condition because those who are affected stop breathing temporarily during sleep. While the affected person is asleep, breathing stops momentarily as the throat muscles relax and block the airway. This causes the person to awaken for a brief moment, causing the throat muscles to tighten and unblock the airway. This cycle is repeated several times during the night, resulting into an interrupted sleep. Sleep apnea has been found to be linked to high blood pressure, heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and other conditions. And most people who used a CPAP machine immediately noticed the difference in their health.
The CPAP machine works by delivering air pressure to the mask worn by the person and this increases the pressure in the throat so that the airway will not collapse while the person is asleep. There are various kinds of masks for CPAP machines, such as those the simply cover the nose, those that cover the mouth, and those that cover both the nose and mouth. It is important to note that all of these masks all work well and CPAP users are simply advised to choose the one that is most comfortable for them.
CPAP therapy has indeed become mainstream because in 2022, there are already more than 8 million CPAP users in the US and this number is increasing by 8 to 9 percent every year. Nevertheless, doctors still estimate that most people who have sleep apnea have been undiagnosed. Many people who are suffering from sleep apnea feel tired all the time but they don’t realize it is due to sleep apnea. When they finally consult with a doctor and discover the advantages of restorative sleep, they realize the value of CPAP therapy. It is just that at the start it may take some time for a person to become used to wearing the mask, but trying on various kinds of masks and wearing the mask during the day may help the person get used to the feeling of wearing the CPAP mask while sleeping.
Those who suspect they have sleep apnea are advised to consult with their doctor and if they are diagnosed to have the condition, they can ask for a prescription for a CPAP machine. Insurance Covered CPAP will be helping the patient obtain a CPAP machine through the help of insurance. The patient will simply need to fill out the online Qualify Through Insurance form and choose a particular CPAP machine. After that, they will be contacting the insurance provider of the patient and submitting the necessary paperwork on the person’s behalf. Once the insurance company approves it, they will deliver the CPAP machine and supplies to the patient’s address.
Available through Insurance Covered CPAP are various kinds of CPAP machines from top manufacturers, such as Fisher & Paykel, ResMed, Philips Respironics, Resvent, and 3B Medical. Available CPAP machines include the: Luna II CPAP machine from 3B Medical; AirSense 10 Autoset with HumidAir and ClimateLineAir Tube from ResMed; AirSense 10 CPAP machine from ResMed; Luna II Auto CPAP machine from 3B Medical; Resvent iBreeze Auto CPAP machine from Resvent; DreamStation 2 Auto CPAP machine from Philips Respironics; AirCurve 10 VAuto with HumidAir and ClimateLineAir from ResMed; and Luna Bi-PAP machine from 3B Medical.
MedSource LLC, the parent company of Insurance Covered CPAP, was started with the main objective of helping patients get high quality medical products and services to allow them to achieve better health care outcomes and enhance the quality of their life. They are attaining their objective by providing the best possible quality services and support, a wide range of expertise, and the best possible health care for patients. Specifically, they have simplified the process for patients to obtain the home medical products and services that they need through insurance.
Those who want to learn more about the services offered by Insurance Covered CPAP can go to their website at insurancecoveredcpap.com or contact them via the telephone.
For more information about Insurance Covered CPAP, contact the company here:
Insurance Covered CPAP
3002 Gill Street
Bloomington, IL 61704