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Humidifier in S9
Humidifier in S9
How do I avoid running out of distilled water during the night using my S9 humidifier? The bedroom is pretty dry. My pressure is about 15 cm. The air in the bedroom is pretty dry and my mouth gets dry after about 4 hrs. What is the maximum setting I can use for humidity level and temperature and still feel comfortable/
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RE: Humidifier in S9
(02-15-2019, 12:39 PM)jpapnea Wrote: What is the maximum setting I can use for humidity level and temperature and still feel comfortable/

?!? That's for you to determine! Go ahead and experiment. How can anyone else know how comfortable you are?

One other possibility is to use a room humidifier so the humidifier in the CPAP machine doesn't need to add as much moisture.

Also see this thread: http://www.apneaboard.com/forums/Thread-...humidifier
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