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Resmed heated humidifier makes and models are available.  The integrated heated humidifier delivers optimum humidity into the airways to ensure maximized comfort during CPAP treatment.  CPAP is continuous positive airway pressure. This is a globally accepted, highly effective, proven treatment for sleep apnea.  Obstructive sleep apnea prevents or restricts breathing for up to 10 seconds and sometimes longer. This can happen hundreds of times each night, and if left untreated could hinder quality of life, mortality and health.  There is a strong link proven through clinical research, which connects sleep apnea with chronic diseases.

Diseases Connected to Sleep Apnea

  • Diabetes
  • Stroke
  • High blood pressure
  • Hypertension
  • Heart disease
  • Obesity

Resmed heated humidifiers used in conjunction with continuous positive airway pressure treatment allow patients to experience open upper airways and deeper sleep.  Patients who enter into deep, restful sleep experience REM sleep.  Sleep is restorative and healing.  The use of heated humidity assists individuals in achieving proper humidification in their nasal passages and lungs. Proper humidification decreases symptoms such as dry mouth, ear nose and throat infections and nasal inflammation.  Some individuals utilizing CPAP treatment experience extreme symptoms caused by a lack of humidity in the respiratory system.  This may prevent some individuals from continuing treatment. The solution may be as simple as adding a Resmed heated humidifier to the system.  Clinical studies have shown that heated humidification significantly improves a patient’s ability to comply with treatment.  Heated humidification may offer some individuals more relief than cold humidification.

Resmed Heated Humidifier vs. Cold Humidifier Suggestions:

  • Individuals 60 and older
  • Individuals using drying medications
  • Individuals experiencing chronic mucosa disease
  • Individuals with previous upper respiratory disease


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