If you’re a CPAP user and have leftover money in your flexible spending account (FSA), then you’re in luck—you can use that money to update your sleep apnea therapy supplies. CPAP machines and supplies have gone through a lot of changes in the past year, and have some incredible features that may not have been available when you first bought your machine. Our top three picks include:
The Transcend Mini CPAP
Traveling soon? Transcend Auto Travel CPAP Machine might be just the machine for you! It has the capability of adding the Transcend P8 Multi-Night Battery to it, which can be charged using the Transcend Portable Solar Battery Charger. Combine that with the Transcend Travel Humidifier, and you’re looking at having a night of rest and comfort, no matter where your travels take you!
Airfit N10 by ResMed
Ranked as one of the best CPAP masks by sleep apnea patients, the N10 offers clear line-of-sight with a special cushion that fits comfortably on the face for the best seal. The EasyClick headgear clips make it easy to take on and off.
SoClean 2 CPAP Cleaner and Sanitizer
You can think of the SoClean as the dishwasher for your CPAP equipment! To use it, you first connect your hose to your CPAP machine and your CPAP mask, as if you were about to use it for the night. Then you open up the top of the SoClean and put the CPAP mask inside. It then pumps the activated the oxygen throughout your entire device, sanitizing the water in the humidifier reservoir and killing germs on the surfaces
FSA dollars are lost if they are not spent by December 31, so don’t let them go to waste! Your provider will have a full list of everything you can spend that money on. For other tips on how to properly manage your sleep apnea, visit our Education and Resource center.