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Humidity refers to the amount of water vapor in the air. You know those hot, muggy, sticky summer days? We all have humidity to thank for those. While outdoor air is naturally humidified, indoor air tends to be rather dry (especially in the winter. That’s why some people invest in air humidifiers. Here’s how they help:
Dry Skin Relief
The moisture in the air produced by a humidifier can relieve many people from their dry skin – especially in the winter time, when it tends to be drier than usual. The moist air can also sooth itchiness caused by eczema or psoriasis.
No More Illness Symptoms
When air is moist, it can help relieve symptoms of colds and flus like coughing, sneezing, runny nose, sore throats, headaches, and more.
Putting an air humidifier in your home can help you reduce the amount of static electricity that’s in the air, which causes frizzy hair, electric shocks, and more. It can also keep your walls moist, which prevents the peeling of wallpaper and cracking of paint and furniture.
Humidifiers increase the amount of oxygen in the room, which can reduce headaches, prevent fatigue, help you sleep better, and make you feel more energetic overall.
Many people who experience asthma symptoms say that humid air helps them breathe better, but be careful – humidifiers that produce too much moisture can actually promote mold and mildew growth, which makes symptoms worse.
Indoor Plant Love
Plants need humidity to survive and because indoor plants aren’t exposed to the natural humidity outdoors, their leaves may dry out and turn brown. An air humidifier will give them the moisture they need to stay healthy.
May Lower Your Heating Bill
When the air around you is moistened, it feels warmer and more comfortable, which may lead you to using your heat less in the winter time. In return, you’ll enjoy lower heating bills!