What is Humidification? Humidification adds moisture to CPAP air by heating the water in a chamber, which releases vapor. Air blown from your CPAP carries water vapor from the chamber to the mask.
Integrated Humidifiers Snap Onto Your Machine
Many CPAPs have optional heated humidifiers that attach directly to the machine.
What is Rainout? As humid air cools, the moisture in the air drops (like rain) causing water to accumulate in the hose. Reduce rainout with these products:
Heated Tubing Maximizes Humidification to the Mask
Warm coils in heated hoses allow the maximum amount of humidification to move through your hose. The heat also helps prevent condensation buildup inside the hose.
Have a standard hose? Upgrade to the Hybernite.
Some machines have their own heated hose connection. Is yours one of them?
Five Tips for Better Humidification
• Always empty and clean the humidifier chamber after use. • Use distilled water with your humidifier to keep it free of mineral deposits. • Raise the temperature of your bedroom to reduce rainout. • Use CPAP.com's Machine Part Finder to help find your machine's humidifier. • Remember to replace your humidifier chamber each year.
If You Have an FSA, Use It!
Accounts expire at the end of the year.
Breathing dry air can lead to swelling of the nasal passages, congestion, sneezing, and excess mucous buildup.
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