A humidifier adds moisture to the air in your home with the end goal of optimizing indoor humidity levels.
How a humidifier works
A humidifer adds moisture to the air in your home, in order to keep the indoor humidity level within 30% to 50% relative humidity in your home. Humidifers are important because when humidity levels are lower than 30%, you might be met with issues such as dry skin, static shocks, or sinus infections. On the other hand, if humidity levels are higher than 50%, it might trigger health concerns like restless sleep or mold growth. Humidifers work to reduce these problems by regulating humidity levels and keeping them in optimal range.
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