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5 Benefits of Having a Humidifier in Your Bedroom

5 Benefits of Having a Humidifier in Your Bedroom

What are the 5 benefits of having a humidifier in your bedroom?

The purpose of the humidifier is to add moisture in the air so the humidity level can be set at the ideal level. This helps to eliminate the dry air that can cause irritation, inflammation, and pain in your nose and throat. Sleep itself aids in repair, rejuvenation and maintenance of our immune system. Adding a humidifier to your bedroom can bolster the effects sleeping naturally provides. Here are some of the benefits you can get from sleeping with a humidifier in your room.


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  1. Moist air may help loosen congestion: Dry air may cause mucus to become dry and thick, which may lead to a stuffy nose, sore throat, and sinus pain. Humidifiers may help by adding moisture to the air, which might help break up phlegm in your nose and chest.
  2. May help to mitigate allergy and asthma symptoms: If you suffer from allergies and asthma, you may notice a worsening of symptoms when the air is dry. By having a humidifier it can help reduce dry air irritants.
  3. Moist air may help prevent dry skin: Dry air may cause dry skin and result in cracks and wrinkle more easily. One way to help is to have moist air, so your skin can absorb it. A humidifier, along with creams, may help sufferers retain skin moisture, reduce scratching, and promote uninterrupted sleep.
  4. It can help keep your hair and scalp be healthy: Just like the skin on the rest of your body, your scalp may become dry and irritated when there is a lack of moisture in the air. This can cause your scalp to itch which can result in dandruff. Since hair is made up of collagen, it needs to retain a certain amount of moisture to be healthy. When exposed to dry air for too long, your hair might become dry and brittle.
  5. Humidifiers may help alleviate dry airways that cause snoring: Snoring results from a constricted airway because the dryness causes the respiratory airways to overcompensate by producing more mucus. Thus more constriction and likelihood of snoring. Relieving the causes of dry airways may help alleviate the snoring.

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