Learn about the differences between a cool mist humidifier and a warm mist humidifier and which to choose for your family.
Do you have to use distilled water in the CPAP humidifier to treat apnea? Learn whether you can use tap water and what water to use when you travel.
Vaporizers and humidifiers both add moisture to the air, but they have slight differences. Use this guide to help you decide which one works for you.
Learn about the benefits of using a humidifier with your CPAP and whether it is something that you can do without.
Learn how you can avoid water and moisture in tubing and mask when using a humidifier with continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) to treat sleep apnea.
Easing a dry nose means taking steps to restore moisture in your nose and sinuses. Simple home remedies, such as using a humidifier or saline nasal spray, can help.
As the winter season sends more people indoors, a new study indicates that relative humidity may be a factor in transmission rates.
Read about the features of the ResMed AirSense 10 CPAP to treat sleep apnea including the wireless, auto humidifier, and design.
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