There are many reasons why sleep apnea patients have difficulty keeping up with the therapy they need to get a good night’s sleep. One major factor is nasal and throat dryness caused by their CPAP machine. If this is something you struggle with, a CPAP humidifier is a great option to consider. CPAP Humidifiers help reduce nasal and throat dryness during CPAP therapy.
This means that patients are more likely to stay compliant with their therapy, resulting in a better night’s sleep. All of our humidifier descriptions detail which CPAP machines they will work with. Most humidifiers require the use of a corresponding CPAP machine and together the two devices integrate into one machine. If you have questions about which CPAP humidifier will work with your machine, please give us a call or send us an email.
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