Low humidity is common in certain climates as well as during the winter in widespread areas. It makes cold weather feel colder, and it can also dry out mucous membranes and skin, which can result in discomfort. It can even dry out walls and wood in our homes. Humidifiers are used to counteract low humidity by generating moisture from water and releasing it into the air. Many people use these in their homes, and some use them specifically when they are ill (with the addition of medicated fluids or balms). Technically, you can humidify your home without the use of a special humidifying device by placing a damp towel near a heating unit or by boiling a pot of water on the stove.
There are various types of humidifiers that work different ways, including steam (vaporizer), impeller, ultrasonic, and wick/evaporative.
Thanks chiabia. I used to use them all the time as a kid but don’t hear about many people utilizing them anymore. If you have a certain brand that you like, lemme know. Or maybe you were just being helpful? Thanks for your answer!
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