CPAP Humidifier & Parts

CPAP Humidifier & PartsCPAP Humidifier & Parts

Transcend AirMist HME Starter Kit

Own a Transcend Micro? This kit allows you to retain your own exhaled humidity so you don't dry out your airway.

AdaptHealth Marketplace offers a wide variety of CPAP humidifiers and parts from integral CPAP manufacturers like ResMed, Philips Respironics, and Fisher & Paykel. Select the CPAP humidifier and parts that are right for you.

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CPAP humidifiers play an essential role in adding moisture to your CPAP therapy preventing dryness and improving your comfort. Additionally, CPAP humidifiers help to prevent issues like sore throat and dry mouth. Not all CPAP machines come with built-in humidifiers.

Frequently Asked Questions About CPAP Humidifiers and Parts

Is it Necessary to Use a CPAP Humidifier?

Although using a CPAP humidifier during therapy is not necessary, it will enhance your comfort throughout the process by adding moisture to the air you breathe. Using a CPAP humidifier can prevent you from waking up with a dry mouth and ultimately helps you to comply with your sleep apnea treatment. 

Which Type of Water Do CPAP Humidifiers Require For Effective CPAP Therapy?

Using distilled water is normally advised for CPAP humidifiers to keep them clean from unwanted residue. You should avoid using tap water because it has minerals, which can sublimate after the water evaporates and support the growth of mold. If distilled water is not available, then bottled water can be considered. The CPAP humidifier chamber needs to be cleaned regularly and the water needs to be changed at fixed intervals to extend its efficiency.

Do You Provide Assistance After Purchasing a CPAP Humidifier?

AdaptHealth Marketplace offers customer support and assistance for all CPAP humidifier purchases as well as humidifier parts. Our dedicated customer support team is here to help you with any questions. 

What is the Lifespan Of a CPAP Humidifier?

Your CPAP humidifier requires replacement every 6 to 12 months. Common signs that your CPAP humidifier needs to be replaced include discoloration or heavy build-up which is difficult to clean.