A Trane humidifier is a device that increases humidity and moisture in a home through water vapor or steam.
This small device is cost-efficient. It's also effective in treating cold-like symptoms, improving indoor air quality, and positively adjusting sleep habits.
Here’s Warner Service’s breakdown on types of humidifiers, reasons to invest, and more:
Types Of Humidifiers
According to the Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research, types of humidifiers include the following:
Central humidifiers are built into home heating and air conditioning systems and humidify the whole house.
Ultrasonic humidifiers produce a cool mist with ultrasonic vibration.
Impeller humidifiers produce a cool mist with a rotating disk.
Evaporators use a fan to blow air through a wet wick, filter, or belt.
Steam vaporizers use electricity to create steam that cools before leaving the machine. Avoid this type of humidifier if you have children. Hot water inside this humidifier may cause burns if spilled.
The main reason to invest in a humidifier is to increase the health and wellness of your family. Check out a few detailed reasons below:
Adjust moisture levels in your home. The amount of humidity varies depending on the season, weather, and location. Generally, humidity levels are higher in the summer and lower during the winter.
The ideal humidity in your home should be between 30 and 50 percent. Too-low humidity causes dry skin, nasal passage and throat irritation, and itchy eyes.
Too-high humidity causes a stuffy home and condensation on walls, floors, and other surfaces. It also causes harmful bacterial growth; dust mites; mold; respiratory problems; and asthma attacks.
Fix dry indoor air. Poor indoor air quality causes respiratory problems, dry sinuses, bloody noses, and cracked lips. It also causes cold-like symptoms, including sneezing, cough, runny nose, congestion, and watery eyes. Clean and maintained humidifiers ease these symptoms.
Relieve psoriasis and eczema. This particular humidifier uses Dyson’s Ultraviolet Cleanse technology. It's allegedly 99.99 percent bacteria-free and has accurate climate control. This prevents over or under humidification, but the ideal feature is severe psoriasis and eczema relief.
Stop snoring. According to a popular fitness website, “The moisture from a humidifier keeps the throat from drying out and relieves the intensity of that annoying snoring sound. If [you’re] a snorer, the added bonus is that...you will be sleeping more soundly.”
Heal faster. If you’re done with allergy season and bad sinus infections, invest in a humidifier. According to Be Well, “A humidifier will shorten your suffering. [Keep] your nasal passages and your throat moist [to] help you heal faster, and...reduce symptoms like coughing and sneezing.”
Which Humidifier Should You Buy?
Humidifiers adjust moisture levels and improve indoor air quality at the turn of a dial. These appliances also keep your family healthy by relieving psoriasis and eczema and keeping nasal passages clear and the throat moist. Humidifiers also reduce coughing and sneezing and end congestion.
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