If you want to protect your health, you will only use manufacturer recommended distilled water for your CPAP machine. CPAP machines are designed to provide continuous air pressure for those who suffer from sleep apnea. They are prescribed to help make sure that the user is breathing correctly throughout the night. These devices are essential as “over 8 million people in the USA use these devices yearly, with an increase of about 8% a year.” 1 Because this is a medical device, it is crucial to keep it clean and free of bacteria. It’s a matter of good health.
Distilled Water is Devoid of Toxins and Bacteria
Distilled water is bacteria, virus, and mineral-free, making it the obvious solution for CPAP use and care. No one wants their machine to become unusable due to crusty build-up or odors. Build-up commonly comes from calcium and magnesium in tap water. Odors are generally from bacteria growth. If you are worried about bacteria growth in your CPAP, then you need an AquaNui water distiller.
AquaNui Water Distillers are convenient to use, and distilled water has many uses. Take a moment to think about all of the possible contaminants commonly found in tap water like lead, arsenic, nitrates, pesticides, microplastics, or pharmaceuticals.
In addition to that, some areas seem prone to boil alerts. If you are worried about your water being consistently clean, buying a water distiller is the best solution. Let’s face it, breathing in a mist of toxins for 8 hours a night is not healthy.
The Real Cost of Bottled Water
You may be purchasing bottled water for your CPAP machine.
This is costly and wasteful. Even if you recycle all of those jugs or bottles, you are consistently adding to the global environmental plastic problem.
If you are buying regular bottled water and not distilled water, you aren’t even using the water that’s been recommended for your machine. Not all bottled water is the same. There have been reports of bottled water with e. Coli, a deadly bacteria.
Having a home water distiller gives you consistent control over your CPAP water. Not only will you have pure water for your CPAP machine, but you can also use distilled water for drinking water, cooking, plants, your humidifier, hair, iron, and more.
Hard Water Blues
You may already be familiar with the effect hard water has on sinks and pipes. Many choose to buy a water softener to remove calcium and magnesium. If your water is hard, you’ve probably already noticed crust in your coffee pot, humidifier, iron, and maybe even in your CPAP machine. Using distilled water will allow your CPAP to run smoothly and help make it last longer.
Why Buy a Water Distiller?
Distilled water has so many great uses. Purchasing distilled water in jugs is costly and environmentally unfriendly. We’ve had some AquaNui buyers report that they’ve been able to save money over time by making distilled water at home. AquaNui produces countertop and automatic water distillers to meet the specific needs of buyers.
Take a moment to consider the cost of not taking good care of humidifiers, irons, and CPAP machines. They don’t last as long as they could. Using distilled water is good for your health and also helps these machines last much longer. But wait until you taste the fresh distilled water produced by our made in the USA water distillers. It is so crisp and refreshing that many people have told us they started to love water where they used to dread drinking it.
Distilled water is wonderfully clear with nothing floating in it, no odors, and no offputting taste. Enjoy your favorite drinks with crushed ice from distilled water or crystal clear ice cubes. Buying a water distiller will allow you to take control of your water supply. Invest in your health, save money, and keep your CPAP and other devices that require water working in tip-top condition with the help of AquaNui water distillers.
- Forbes https://www.forbes.com/sites/danieldambrosio/2018/12/21/healthcare-startup-grows-2805-percent-in-7-years-with-cpap-sanitizer/#2292c7c85cfb)
- The FDA Knew the Bottled Water Was Contaminated. The Public Didn’t. https://www.consumerreports.org/bottled-water/the-fda-knew-the-bottled-water-was-contaminated-the-public-didnt/
- National Geographic https://www.nationalgeographic.com/news/2017/07/plastic-produced-recycling-waste-ocean-trash-debris-environment/