Adding moisture in the air with a humidifier

Many benefits are to gain from using a humidifier, and the main use of a humidifier is to add moisture to the dry air.

Using a humidifier can make a world of a difference to your physical health. When the air is dry and moisture is absent, it is harder to breathe. Humidifiers clear your sinuses, prevent nosebleeds, and improve your breathing. Viruses and bacteria can linger in your house and depending on your heating and air conditioning set up and filter, some homes may contain more than others. A humidifier can reduce risk of infections by keeping the air moist where viruses and bacteria do not dwell. Studies have shown that decreasing humidity levels to 43 percent or above significantly reduce the ability of airborne viruses that cause flu infections. When you have an infection, a humidifier can keep your nasal passages moist & speed up the healing time and make your skin glow and feel softer. Your heating and air conditioning system can make the air dry and make your skin dry & dull, but a humidifier puts moisture in the air keeping your skin moist and keeps it from drying out. While sleeping, using a humidifier can be beneficial by reducing snoring and alleviating sore dry throats and coughing. Moisture produced by a humidifier can decrease your risks or colds, influenza, and bronchitis and stabilize breathing for asthmatics. Poor indoor air quality can contribute to the development of viruses, bacteria, and allergens that trigger asthma. In summary, purchasing a humidifier can make a crucial difference in your physical health. Do your research to decide what kind of humidifier is best for you as there are numerous types available.

Zone controlled HVAC