Insurance Covered CPAP Offers Important Information on CPAP Sleep Therapy

Insurance Covered CPAP has provided important information on CPAP sleep therapy through a blog post on its website. Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy is a kind of treatment with the purpose of helping people who are suffering from sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is a potentially life-threatening condition that occurs when the throat airway narrows as a result of muscles relaxing during sleep, decreasing the amount of oxygen that can pass through. Estimates indicate that approximately one in 15 people have sleep apnea and that 80 percent who have the condition are undiagnosed. The problem is that if the condition is left untreated, it can result into potentially life-threatening health issues, such as stroke and other heart conditions.

A representative for Insurance Covered CPAP says, “A CPAP machine can help a sleep apnea patient by helping keep the airways open through the use of mild air pressure. This can prevent the airways from collapsing when the patient is sleeping. This can result into a better sleep, which offers various health benefits, such as improved brain function, weight loss, stress reduction, cancer prevention, inflammation reduction, and more.”

A CPAP machine has a compressor that produces a continuous stream of pressurized air that goes through an air filter and goes to the patient through a mask that is sealed around the mouth and nose. A possible negative feature of a CPAP machine is that the patient may require some time to get used to wearing the mask during sleep. However, the potential benefits for the sleep apnea patient are substantial. These include: improvement of the quality of sleep; reduction and even possible elimination of snoring; assurance that the airway remains open while the patient is asleep; reduction of high blood pressure; and reduction or even elimination of sleepiness during the daytime.

There is a wide range of CPAP machines from leading manufacturers that Insurance Covered CPAP may provide sleep apnea patients. These 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; Luna Bi-PAP machine from 3B Medical; and AirCurve 10 VAuto with HumidAir and ClimateLineAir from ResMed.

CPAP masks are also available through Insurance Covered CPAP. These include the: AirFit F30i from ResMed; AirFit N30 from ResMed; AirFit F20 from ResMed; AirFit P30i from ResMed; Amara View Full Face Mask from Philips Respironics; AirFit N30i from ResMed; DreamWear Full Face Mask from Philips Respironics; DreamWear Nasal Mask from Philips Respironics; DreamWear Fit Pack from Philips Respironics; Eson Nasal Mask from Fisher & Paykel; Rio II Nasal Pillow from 3B Medical; DreamWisp Nasal CPAP Mask from Philips Respironics; Simplus Full Face CPAP Mask from Fisher & Payke; Wisp Mask and Headgear from Philips Respironics; and Siesta Full Face Mask from 3B Medical.

Insurance Covered CPAP is a MedSource LLC company with the mission of helping people with sleep apnea get the treatment that they require as provided by CPAP machines. They only work with the most reliable and leading CPAP machine manufacturers, including Fisher & Paykel, ResMed, Philips Respironics, 3B Medical, and Resvent. Sleep apnea patients can get high quality CPAP products with the help of insurance after accomplishing a Qualify Through Insurance Form. Once approved by the patient’s insurance company, Insurance Covered CPAP will send the CPAP machine, mask and other supplies to the address of the patient. For those who are not sure if they have sleep apnea, they can under a sleep test. The company also makes available a convenient and affordable at-home sleep test, which will make it much easier for patients to be qualified for insurance coverage of their CPAP products. Most insurance plans including Medicaid and Medicare, can cover the CPAP machine, mask, and various supplies. It is also possible for replacement supplies to be covered. Insurance Covered CPAP serves as an in-network provider with most insurance plans.

People who would like to know more about the services offered by Insurance Covered CPAP can visit their website at, or contact them through the telephone.


For more information about Insurance Covered CPAP, contact the company here:

Insurance Covered CPAP
3002 Gill Street
Bloomington, IL 61704