CPAP Tubing condensation

by Colleen
(Belleville, Ontario,Canada)

There is condensation building up in the tubing that runs from the humidifier to my mask.


I also get doused with water when I turn over or shift positions.

How can I stop that from happening?

Answer


Water in CPAP hose is a very common problem in CPAP users. This phenomenon is also called CPAP rainout and can be easily prevented.

I have the right articles for you on these pages about:
Furthermore, the next video will also help you understand how to prevent water in CPAP hose:




I hope it helps. Don't be afraid to comment back.

Remy Thierry
Founder of Sleep Apnea Guide


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Thanks so much for the video. It was very helpful

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