Respironics Cpap Equipment
Don't Leave Home Without It
Suffer from osa, sleep apnea, or snoring - and
you have to travel? If so, you may appreciate a little information about traveling with your respironics cpap equipment. There can be no
doubt that your respironics cpap system and headgear mask is important to you and you may feel
a little weary about traveling without its therapy. The good news is that you don't have to!
No, we're not talking about using those airplane oxygen masks that fall down in an emergency. Although the principle is similar, it is in no
way the same thing as bipap breathing equipment. Besides putting your health in danger while doing something like that, you'll probably end up
being kicked off the flight. Instead, we're talking about making provisions for your respironics therapy equipment and your sleep apnea.
With more and more cases of sleep apnea being diagnosed everyday, airports have become well acquainted with information about cpap equipment,
bipap machines, chinstraps, accessories, and headgear. And some have even made provisions for using these systems on board.
The important thing that you should do as a cpap or respiratory bipap traveler, is contact your airline and request information about bringing
your humidification therapy system along with you to the airport. If you'll be on an overnight flight, you'll certainly want to inquire about
setting up your headgear and machine next to a power outlet.
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About The Author:
Nicole Miller is a successful author and regular contributor to sleep-disorders-help.com.