CPAP Humidifiers

If you find yourself waking up with a dry mouth, nose, or throat, then a humidifier should instantly solve that problem. A humidifier adds warmth and moisture to the air provided by your CPAP machine, which will moisturise your mouth, nose, and throat throughout the night. Similarly, if you find the air from your CPAP to be cold and uncomfortable, a humidifier will make your therapy more comfortable.