Are Humidifiers Good for Allergies
HOW HUMIDIFIER IMPROVES YOUR ALLERGIES?
Why is dry air bad for allergies?
- Dry air sucks up the moisture from the nasal passage. This irritates and obstruct the respiratory tract.
- When the air is dry around the body tends to produce more mucus than necessary and leads to the asthmatic symptoms.
- It causes breathing and pulmonary issues in the body, dry air also causes allergies in form of skin rashes and eczema.
How can humidifiers help you treating allergies?
- To make a balance moisture content when the air is neither too dry nor too moist.
- To protect you and your kids from a running nose, sore throat, extensive coughing and humidity allergens.
- To help you get rid of dry skin, allergic, rashes and infections.
Tips for using humidifiers for treating your allergies.
- The ideal humidity content in the environment you home should be between 30% and 50%.
- When this count drops below 30, you may experience condition of dry throat sinus and the likes.
- Post its 50% it accentuates bacteria and mold growth.
- If not maintained properly, the formation of bacteria and fungi within it can inject dust, mite, and allergens at home.