Adding a humidifier

Living in Phoenix, Arizon, we live with especially dry air… The lack of advised humidity leads to some problems.

The air tends to pull moisture out of everything it touches, contributing to health problems & home disfigurement, then frizzy hair, chapped lips & static shock are some signs of dry air; Insufficient moisture can also be blamed for headaches, difficulty sleeping, sneezing, coughing & sore throat.

It escalates symptoms of pollen irritations, asthma, psoriasis & eczema… As someone who suffers from psoriasis on my knees & elbows, it is especially important to me to resolve humidity challenges. There is also the concern that the air dries out nasal passage, making family members more susceptible to cold, flue & respiratory infections! Recovery takes longer when typical moisture isn’t tested, because the air draws moisture out of wood furnishings, such as hardwood floors, doors, moldings, antiques & musical instruments, it can result in cracking, cutting & creaking sounds. In the winter, dry air is an issue because it feels colder than properly moisturized air; While we don’t face especially extreme winters in Phoenix, we require a boiler. If we’re forced to set higher temperature control settings to stay warm, the boiler uses more energy, faces extra wear & tear & causes higher utility bills. There are a variety of whole-household humidifiers on the market. For my household in Phoenix, I chose a steam-style humidifier because it uses a genuinely natural process. Water passes over electrodes that create steam & is introduced into the air as it passes through the heating & cooling system. Because of the humidifier, my household is healthier, more comfortable & energy efficient.


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