Healthy Humidity Plays a Key Role in Wellness
Healthy Humidity is only part of the overall Healthy Air ecosystem. Balanced humidity complements purified air, ventilation, and temperature control, which greatly contributes to your overall health.
No matter when or where, you ideally want your indoor humidity set between 30-50% all year long.
High humidity is a breeding ground for mold spores, pests, viruses, and bacteria that can irritate your lungs and increase allergy and asthma symptoms.
Dry air lends itself to increased dust and dust mites as well as viruses such as the flu. We are made of water after all, which means some moisture is good for us.
By improving the air you breathe, you could benefit from greater overall health, less stress, better sleep, and a happier family.
During the winter months as we’re sealed up in our homes trying to keep warm, a by-product occurs. The air inside our homes gets dry, and the overall quality of the air can suffer resulting in bad air. The EPA estimates that our indoor air can in some instances be 10 times more polluted than
What is humidity? Humidity is the presence of water molecules in the air. As more water evaporates, the more water vapor rises into the air, making the humidity level rise. 💧 What should the humidity in my home be? 💧 Mold and overheating can result from too much moisture. While too little moisture can cause
Ideal indoor humidity is good for your well-being, but could it also increase productivity?
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