You might be familiar with humidifiers in the home, and you may even use one yourself. Household humidifiers help to add moisture to the air. In some parts of the U.S., they are essential wintertime survival tools.
Not only do they help the air inside your home feel warmer, but it also helps do all of the following:
- Prevent dry skin.
- Reduce ordinary snoring.
- Diminish the spread of airborne viruses.
- Minimize damage to wood from dry air.
- Reduce the amount of static discharge and the potential problems it creates.
Using a CPAP machine equipped with a heated humidifier offers many benefits to users as well. One of the most important benefits is a greater degree of compliance. People who use a CPAP heated humidifier are more likely to continue with their CPAP therapy to enjoy the essential benefits it provides.