Jan 26, 2011
For optimum humidity levels, size the humidifier to a room’s square footage
Jan 11, 2011
The type of humidifier you need depends on the size and purpose of the room in which it will be used.
Jan 05, 2011
According to medical experts, respiratory ailments can be caused by prolonged exposure to air that has a relative humidity of less than 20%
Dec 20, 2010
Continually dehydrating your skin by subjecting it to dry indoor air contributes to wrinkles and premature aging
Dec 13, 2010
Static electricity shocks are annoying and can cause malfunctions in electronic circuitry; humidifying your indoor air helps eliminate those shocks
Dec 06, 2010
Dry air feels colder than humidified air at the same temperature—which means you can lower the thermostat a degree or two
Dec 03, 2010
Keeping sensitive mucous membranes moist with humidified air helps reduce frequency of snores as well as their decibel level
Dec 01, 2010
Increasing the humidity level of air in rooms where children sleep can help them breathe more easily
Nov 08, 2010
Dry indoor air during the winter heating season can lessen the positive effects of skin care products.
Nov 01, 2010
If you suffer from frequent colds or upper respiratory ailments, it’s possible they may be caused by below-optimum humidity levels in your home or workplace.