Annette wrote:I've been on my sleep apnea machine for about four months. I'm grateful to be getting restful sleep but have a problem with the inside of my nose becoming very dry and uncomfortable, almost painful. I have a humidifier but find when I use the heater, the air is too moist. So I run it with water in the receptacle but without the heat. This works to a certain extent, but sometimes after four or five hours, especially in the coldest part of the night, my nose will get very uncomfortable and sometimes I end up removing the mask and cutting my treatment short. Does anyone have any solutions for this? Thanks!
I have a humidifier but find when I use the heater, the air is too moist.
Annette wrote:Thanks for the advice. I'll check on the heated tube. Also, Mike, I've tried saline gel without much success. I have a Remstar Plus machine with the humidifier. If there is a control for the heat level, I can't find it.
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