My CPAP machines have all been equipped with humidifiers. Several times I have tried using the humidifier but each time stopped after a day or two because it felt like sleeping in a swamp. We usually have somewhat high relative humidity in central FL but that is the case in many other areas. Have others had the same experience?
I do not experience dry mouth, dry nose or anything like that so are there other reasons why I should use the humidifier? I am pretty sure I can get used to it if I try but, unless there are other reasons it probably isn't necessary. Thanks in advance for your input.
Also, it is refreshing, in today's world of complaints and bad news, to find such a great group of encouragers as the Apnea Board. Thanks everyone.