Wednesday, January 21, 2015

To Humidify Or Not To Humidify That Is The Question

  In our high tech world we have machines that do just avout everything from sweeping your floors for you to adjusting the temperature in your home while your away. So, it makes sense then that there would be a machine that can add moisture to the air in your's called a humidifer. Humidifers, however, do more than just add moisture to the  air in your home that can help to alleviate some of the harmful and/or painful affects of winter's freezing cold temperatures to your lips, skin, nose, allergies and sinuses.
  Winter seems to be the time where everyone gets sick or deal with some sort of ailment, well a humidifer can help with dry chapped lips, dry (sometimes painful) skin, nose bleeds, colds and other sicknesses. What the humidifier does is it releases water vapor into your homes air to increase the level of humidity. During winter months the level of humidity in your home should be between 25-40 percent. Just be sure to properly clean them as if this is not done regularly can lead to mold and bacteria being released into your home.

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