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Humidifiers can be used to improve your health and life. Doctors, nurses, and medical institutions use humidifiers in hospital rooms, nursing stations, and doctors’ offices to improve the comfort of patients and staff. This is especially important in hospital rooms with open windows, which allow hot and dry outside air to blow in.
They can also relieve symptoms caused by colds and flu such as nasal congestion and scratchy throat. Using a humidifier at night can help someone sleep easier and more comfortably by reducing dryness throughout the mouth, throat, and nose. This decreases friction in these areas, making it easier to breathe while asleep.
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They can also make the air feel warmer (there are heat-moisture humidifiers). You might have a humidifier already in your home. But did you know that there are numerous kinds of humidifiers on the market? And that you could benefit from more than one kind? Read on to learn about the different kinds of humidifiers:
There are two basic types of humidifiers: warm mist humidifiers and cool mist humidifiers. Both types are capable of efficiently adding moisture to the air, but the biggest difference between them is that the cool mist humidifier doesn’t require periodic cleaning to remove minerals that have built up.
Like boiling water keeps water hot, a humidifier can keep rooms warm by increasing the humidity in them. In the same way that more humidity in the air makes it feel warmer to us, it can reduce feelings of cold when there is a lack of humidity in the air. It can help us sleep better and be more comfortable during the winter because we are not suffering from uncomfortably dry skin caused by low humidity at night. It helps to make your home or office more pleasant, and even improve air quality.
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