How It Works
While you breathe, your nose and upper airway add moisture and warm the air before it enters your lungs. When you use a CPAP machine, air is constantly entering your nasal cavity and throat in order to prevent them from collapsing. This can lead to those spaces drying out, but a humidifier can help. The humidifier will make the air more moist, preventing dryness and congestion. It can also prevent the nasal resistance that leads to mouth-breathing and leaks.
Learn more about our different humidifiers and how they can give you a more comfortable CPAP experience. Contact us
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