Egward wrote:Anyone ever have water from your humidier come up the hose and into your mask? My Cpap does this every once in a while. Bro-in-law, also a sleep apnea sufferer, said it's because the hose is not positioned properly. I tried his suggestons, but to no avail. Anyone have any advice?
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rested gal wrote:Egward, the single most effective thing you can do to control rain-out is to get yourself the Aussie heated hose from (commercial link deleted) Use it instead of the air hose that came with your machine. The Aussie hose itself is plugged in and stays slightly warm...just warm enough to prevent the warmed humidified air from your heated humidifier from losing its moisture during the long trip up through a cold plastic hose. The heated hose is far, far more effective than any hose covers you could buy or hose arrangement.
You can try other methods first - they might eliminate the problem. But if the problem persists, the Aussie heated hose is the surest solution, especially if you like to keep the bedroom cool for sleeping.
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