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As winter approaches, we experience significant natural humidity decreases, leaving our homes less comfortable. Our bodies are typically 60 % water, so in a dry environment, it naturally loses moisture. Your health and the integrity of your home both depend on your understanding of the humidity levels in your house.
Find out why monitoring your home’s humidity is vital, and how you can control it for healthy, safe living. During the winter, the temperature drops, causing the humidity to decrease. Your skin and body are also drained of moisture, causing them to feel tight and dry.
Having a heating system in your home worsens the problem.
During the winter, low humidity results in:
- Dry skin
- Sore or dry throats, and mouths
- Nasal bleeding
- Sinus irritation
- Red, itchy eyes
- Cracked lips
Low humidity can also inflame and dry out the mucous membrane lining in your respiratory tract, which increases the risk of a cold, flu, and other infections. Maintaining the relative humidity between 40 -60 % is scientifically proven to reduce the spread of airborne pollutants and viruses.
When indoor air is below 40 %RH, our respiratory immune system is compromised, which makes viruses more contagious. Airborne droplets containing viruses shrink by evaporation and float longer in the air, which prolongs their life in the air.
It is widely acknowledged that maintaining relative humidity levels between 40-60 % significantly improves human well-being. This is the optimal level for our respiratory immune system and will reduce the spread of seasonal respiratory illnesses
When it comes to maintaining your home’s indoor humidity good in winter, installing an AMFAH humidifier is the way to go. AMFAH Portable Humidifier works efficiently in a whole-home system to maintain ambient humidity levels. AMFAH portable Humidifier for winters is a perfect option for regulating humidity levels throughout your home. AMFAH presents a wide range of indoor air quality products for redefining healthy living.
For better assistance, contact our Air Quality experts.