Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy is an effective treatment for many people suffering from sleep apnea. Using a comfortable CPAP mask, sleep apnea sufferers can get enough oxygen in their system to sleep comfortably through the night.
But for all its advantages, CPAP therapy can cause some issues. One example is nasal congestion—dry, irritated airways, runny nose, and difficulty breathing. The good news is that CPAP nasal congestion has some clear causes, and there are some easy remedies to clear it up for your best night's sleep.