In the warmer seasons, it’s not always the heat that gets intolerable, it’s the humidity! In
the search for a comfortable indoor temperature, though, humidity is often the component which is neglected.The fact is, the amount of moisture in the air is just as important to the temperature as it is to your health ALL year around.
Using a humidifier when it’s cold outside is not only one of the better ways to regulate your home’s temperature, it’s a great way to promote improved health for you and your family. It can even lend benefits to your house itself, as well as the plants, animals and human inhabitants. Consider these seven reasons when trying to decide if adding a humidifier is important for your home.
1. Better Skin, Better Healing
Dry air is capable of wreaking havoc on your skin. Many people are familiar with the effects of winter cold, from chapped lips to dry, cracking knuckles, all problems which can be caused or made worse when insufficient moisture is present in the air. Before you invest in bulk quantities of lotion and lip balm to rehydrate your skin, think about rehydrating your air
Humidifiers add that crucial humidity back into the air to reduce the painful symptoms described above. While those with more sensitive skin will still need to keep the aloe handy, humid air is a great first step toward lessening dry skin issues.