CPAP Causes Trouble When Traveling
CPAP can be inconvenient to travel with. Often, your CPAP machine might need a dedicated piece of luggage. While this is medical equipment and doesn’t count toward your bag limit, it’s still a nuisance to haul around.
Then there can be problems with CPAP at your destination. Not all hotel rooms have a good place to set up a CPAP machine. If you’re staying in a house, you might also have trouble finding a good outlet to plug your machine in. Plus, CPAP won’t work if you’re camping or taking a canoe trip unless you have a battery-powered machine.
If CPAP has ever caused a nuisance while traveling, it’s time to consider CPAP alternatives like an oral appliance for when you’re traveling, at least.