Most people only have to deal with their health insurance when something bad happens, or when it’s time for a standard checkup or procedure. Other than that, people can feel rather on their own when it comes to maintaining their health, and attending to more rare or particular health-related needs. Unfortunately, many people just don’t know that their health insurance will pay for several of their routine activities and treatments. Those who are part of the Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare) in particular have plenty of preventative and alternative services available to them. And even individuals who have private insurance can usually add special services to their plan for a fee that is minimal compared to what those people were paying out of pocket each year for said services. So, if you do something regularly for your health, ask your insurance if they’ll help you pay for it. Here are 15 things most people don’t know their health insurance can cover.