#1 Better Health
Nobody does well breathing in dry air. If you bring the humidity levels in your home up to healthier levels, it can greatly increase the comfort of you and your family. Breathing humid air is better for your throat, nasal passage, and lungs.
Having a whole home humidifier can also reduce the risk of asthma and allergy reactions.
Moisture in the air of your home may also reduce the risk of spreading viruses and illnesses that are airborne. The drier the air is in your home the longer a viral particle will be able to linger in the air.
If there is someone in your home suffering from a respiratory illness the humidity in the air may aid them in recovery as well. Reducing their inflammation in their airways and helping to clear up congestion.
Alberta is a dry place, so if the air in your home is as dry as outside, your skin is going to suffer. Humidifiers in your home help to keep your skin, lips, hair, and eyes feeling moisturized and more comfortable.
Dry air can also cause inflammation of conditions such as eczema.
Dry air as well, is known to feel cold. This means that with humid air, you will feel warmer while being able to keep temperatures lower.
#3 Better Sleep
Dry air = dry throat, nose, and dry soft palate. This can cause someone to snore frequently. If you are already a person who snores, dry air can worsen your snoring. Causing your sleep to be restless and disrupted.
A home humidifier helps to moisten your throat, nose, and soft palate allowing for much more comfortable breathing, and less snoring.
In conclusion there are many benefits to having a humidifier on your furnace, and we encourage you to check out the different types and figure out what is best for you and your family.
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