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-Are you a loud, habitual snorer?
-Always tired, have trouble concentrating
and staying awake during your work hours?
-Do you awake choking, gasping or holding
-Are you regularly unrefreshed, even after
waking from a full night's sleep?
Have you ever dozed off in a social setting-
party, movie, driving, etc?
-Do you suffer from poor concentration,
judgment, memory loss, irritability and/or
-Are you overweight, and/or have diabetes,
hypertension or heart disease?
-If you checked two or more of the above, you may be suffering from OSA
-Untreated obstructive sleep apnea can cause high blood pressure and other cardiovascular disease, memory problems, weight gain, sexual dysfunction and headaches.
Did you know...
-How you sleep directly impacts the quality of your life, both physically and emotionally?
-If a sleep disorder is left untreated, it may lead to hypertension, heart attack, stroke or depression
-Good sleep helps you recover from illness and injury, as well as keeping you alert and awake when you need to be
If you have been diagnosed with Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), you may be wondering which treatment options are covered by your medical insurance. And if so, how much assistance can you expect to get?
While insurance plans vary and have different deductibles, restrictions and limitations, chances are good that your OSA treatment is eligible for insurance benefits. In general, common diagnostic and treatment procedures, as prescribed by your doctor, are covered within the limits of your plan.
Overnight sleep studies, CPAP, BiPap and Oral Appliance Therapy are frequently covered by most medical plans, including Medicare.
Our office is committed to helping you understand your insurance benefits and limitations. We can help you determine your expected co-payments and total out-of pocket expenses, if any, and can assist you in maximizing your benefits.
Some medical insurance plans are more restrictive than expected. Ultimately, the better you understand your policy, the fewer surprises you will have.
Call Today For Your Sleep Apnea or Snoring Consult!