CPAP Humidifiers are used to add moisture in the air that is delivered to your airway while you sleep. For Apnea patients who choose not to use a heated humidifier, they might find that they wake up with a dry throat, mouth, and in their nostrils. They also might be experiencing allergy type symptoms. Using a CPAP humidifier can help reduce dryness and skin irritation as well as those allergy type symptoms.
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