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Frequently Asked Questions
Who Needs CPAP Machines?
CPAP machines are designed for people who are struggling with obstructive sleep apnea. People who have this condition have difficulty breathing during sleep, so they need CPAP machines to help keep their airways open and help them breathe regularly and sleep better.
How Much Do CPAP Machines Cost?
New CPAP machines can cost between $300 to $3,000. The estimated average cost of one is $850. At 1800CPAP.com, you can get CPAP machines from trusted brands, like Resmed, Philips Respironics, Apex Medical, and Transcend, at clearance prices. Our CPAP machines start at $300. Browse our full collection here.
Can I Buy a CPAP Machine on My Own?
You need a doctor’s prescription to get one, but it’s possible to purchase used CPAP machines from secondhand CPAP suppliers and sellers. Used sleep apnea machines may come with problems, so it’s vital to find a CPAP seller you can trust. Read product and seller reviews, and don’t hesitate to ask questions about the product before purchasing.
Do You Need a Prescription to Buy CPAP Supplies?
A doctor’s prescription is typically required when buying the machine itself, CPAP humidifiers, and complete CPAP masks. However, you don’t need a prescription to get other CPAP supplies, like parts for CPAP masks, filters, tubing, humidifier parts, and nasal mask cushions.
Who Prescribes CPAP as a Form of Treatment?
You can get a CPAP prescription from a medical doctor (MD) or doctor of osteopathy (DO) who is licensed to write prescriptions. If you suspect that you have sleep apnea or a sleep disorder, your best option is to get diagnosed by a board-certified sleep specialist and have them write a prescription for a CPAP or APAP machine.
How Many Hours per Night Should CPAP Be Used?
Patients should use a CPAP for at least six hours at night to help mitigate the long-term effects of obstructive sleep apnea on their health, according to this article by SleepFoundation.org. In the same article, SleepFoundation.org recommends turning on the machine every time you go to bed at night. If you wake up at night with the mask off, put it back on, making sure the machine is still on, before going back to sleep.