Traveling with CPAP

Whether it’s the airlines’ extra fees for carry-on luggage or you just want to travel a little lighter, a small portable cpap machine may be the answer.  I am most familiar with the Transcend model.  This machine is small enough to fit in the typical woman’s shoulder bag.  However, it is small and easy to travel with only if you do not need the humidifier.  

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Love Your CPAP Machine

Many patients lose insurance benefits for CPAP therapy because they can't use the machine long enough to meet insurance compliance rules.  When patients don't meet the insurance company's rules, patients must pay for therapy out of their own pockets or go without proper treatment.   Sleep apnea is a serious medical condition associated with obesity, hypertension, diabetes, depression, heart attacks, strokes and death.

I wrote "How to love your cpap machine: Secrets from a sleep specialist" to help patients reverse symptoms of sleep apnea and address common problems encountered when using their machines. I hope this book helps you use your PAP machine so that you can reverse your symptoms of sleep apnea and get a good night's sleep.  Order at www.bit.ly/lovecpap.