The winter and dry summer seasons witness a drop in humidity levels, making it important for one to have a humidifier in their home. For those who have nasal problems and allergies related to the respiratory tract, will greatly benefit from setting up a humidifier. There are different kinds of this device that can be installed into a home. There are humidifiers for a single room setting or entire house depending on your needs.
- The humidifier introduces moisture into the air, thus relieving cold, cough, the flu, allergy, sinusitis, nose bleeding, and hay fever symptoms.
- Susceptibility to infection is reduced drastically by keeping the mucus membranes of the throat and nasal passages moist. It also allows the airways to open up without having to suffer from hacking coughs, or irritation.
- Relieves and prevents dry, scratchy skin and lips especially for those who have sensitive, dry skin or skin conditions.
- Reduces static electricity, thus preventing tiny shocks from being received when touching people or certain objects.
- Improves the atmosphere and air quality at home, thus moisturizing the respiratory system, which is beneficial for asthma sufferers.
- Fatigue, tiredness, headaches and reduced concentration levels occur when there is less oxygen in one’s home. A humidifier helps keep air hydrated enough to promote a feeling of comfort.
- Excellent for babies, for it helps them sleep peacefully