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CPAP Humidifiers

If you find the air from your CPAP machine is too cold, or are waking with a dry mouth or nose, then consider a CPAP humidifier. If you are about to start CPAP for the first time and already wake with a dry mouth, then CPAP is likely to make it worse, so you should consider using one immediately. However, you can always see how you get on without and purchase the CPAP humidifier separately should you later decide you need one.

A humidifier houses a water chamber which heats water to moisturise and warm the air provided by your machine. They are for those who wake with a dry mouth, sore nasal passages or find the air too cold to breathe.

Most CPAP machines have a humidifier specifically designed to connect to it, and Intus supply CPAP humidifiers for most of the leading makes and machines.

Who benefits from using a CPAP humidifier with their therapy?
Those using a full face mask are likely to require humidification as they are more prone to a dry mouth. When using an oral mask it almost essential. If unsure, see how you get on without one before buying one.

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