Who do you turn to when you are using your cpap but you need a new mask or develop issues with use. In many cases the insurance companies have changed suppliers and new orders need to be created to get supplies.
You can call you insurance company but there is a good chance you will get misinformation. You can ask your doctor but many times he is not sure what equipmnet company the company has changed to. As the user it may require someone to help you navigate 5he system. Your sleep lab may help. If they cannot finding a helpful sleep tech or sleep coach may be your best option.
There are people out there who will sp3nd the time finding out what you need., asking physicians for documentation and asking the insurance companies what they will require to pay.
There is help and you shpuld not heaitatw to ask for it. We want you to use your equipment and to feel comfortable.
Night shift is always a challenge and can have a dramatic effect on your overall health. Most people are extremely sleep deprived. They also do not know how to adjust to this new shift and survive and thrive during while working this shift. There are definitely challenges and the need for support from those you live with. There are a few tricks to help you get started.
If you are looking to for help adjusting to the night shift you sign up for a 15 minute consultation and sleep if coaching is right for you.