Dry air is fine for hiking in the desert. Not so much for lounging in your living room.
“When humidity levels are low, people tend to experience dry eyes, cracked lips, and irritated sinuses,” says Stephen Canfield, MD, PhD, an allergist at ColumbiaDoctors Midtown in New York City. Plus, if you’re not feeling great, low humidity can make your cold symptoms feel even worse.
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Humidifiers can take the desert dryness out of your your home by adding moisture to the air, which alleviates irritation and discomfort. Once the air hits about 40% percent humidity, says Canfield, most people start to feel better.
Just make sure to use distilled water in your chosen machine—tap water contains minerals that can breed bacteria and irritate your sinuses (read more about that here.) And regularly change the filter or clean the device. Otherwise, mold could grow inside the humidifier and get blown through your home, making life pretty awful for those with mold allergies—or anyone, really.
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