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  • The Benefits of Having a Humidifier In Your Bedroom
    February 16, 2023

    The Benefits of Having a Humidifier In Your Bedroom

    Properly used, humidifiers can provide many health benefits for the people in your home. A humidifier should be relegated to common areas where there are more people but you might miss out on the benefits of having a humidifier in your bedroom by doing so. Adding a humidifier to your bedroom has numerous advantages such as easier breathing at night, moisturizing your skin and reducing pollen levels. To get the most out of your humidifier, consider these three models: the Miro NR07G, Miro NR08M and Miro MH7000. The Miro NR07G gives you great value and an easy assembly process while the Miro NR08M offers smart home capabilities and is my favorite to use. For those who want top-of-the-line features, choose the Miro MH7000 which offers UV capabilities for extra purification of the air.
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  • Nosebleeds?
    February 14, 2023


    Nosebleeds can be caused by a number of different factors such as allergies, dryness of the membranes in your nose, and physical contact. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to help prevent and treat nosebleeds. One thing you can do is make sure the environment you’re in is humidified enough so that the delicate membranes in your nose are protected. You can use a humidifier like the Miro NR08M for optimal humidity levels and easy cleaning. Another tip is to limit the amount of times you physically touch your nose as this could irritate or rupture the blood vessels in your nose. Additionally, if you think your nosebleeds may be due to allergies, reach out to your doctor for individualized care and help uncovering the root cause of the problem. With these treatments and prevention methods in mind, you don't have to deal with persistent nosebleeds any longer!
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  • Snoring Too Much?
    February 8, 2023

    Snoring Too Much?

    If your snoring has been affecting the quality of your sleep and your well-being, there are things you can do to help. One main contributing factor to snoring is age; as we get older, our airways tend to shrink, so you must work on keeping yourself healthy to prevent this. Additionally, alcohol consumption has been linked with a decrease in airway size during sleep, so limiting or avoiding drinking before bed can help reduce your snoring. Allergies and sickness can also contribute to snoring as blocked airways make breathing more difficult. Finally, those who are overweight may be more prone to snoring because of their dietary habits and physical condition.
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  • Considerations for Your Humidifier
    February 2, 2023

    Considerations for Your Humidifier

    Trying to buy a humidifier can be a daunting task. When selecting the right model for you, consider factors such as ease of cleaning, operational simplicity and noise level. Ultrasonic humidifiers offer quieter operation than other types, making them ideal for creating a peaceful environment for infants. If you have young children or pets in your home, stay away from warm mist humidifiers as they may pose more of a risk. Larger homes may require larger capacity humidifiers to ensure adequate humidity levels throughout the space. Make sure to read reviews of the model you are considering so that you know exactly what you are buying.
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  • What You Need To Know About Your One-Month-Old
    January 31, 2023

    What You Need To Know About Your One-Month-Old

    Congratulations on your one-month-old baby! As they grow, you'll want to make sure that certain things are taken care of properly to promote their healthy development. One important aspect to consider is sleep. Make sure that the environment where your baby sleeps is dark and quiet, with minimal distractions. Humidifiers can help keep the air clean and breathable for your little one. Your baby's sleeping schedule will largely stay the same during this age period, but you'll notice they need less sleep as they get older. Eating habits also change at this stage — make sure your baby gets plenty of nutrients and check in with a doctor if needed to ensure proper growth and health. And remember, when they wake up from a nap or sleep it is time for them to eat! When it comes to interactions with others, limit these as much as you can. Their immune system isn't fully developed yet and exposure to pathogens could be harmful. If visitors do come over, ensure that everyone washes their hands before interacting with your infant. It's also worthwhile for parents themselves to wash their hands both before and after interacting with the baby. Finally, take this opportunity to build a strong bond between you and your newborn by spending time together — you’ll soon start seeing some active engagement from them!
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  • Making Sure Your Baby Isn't Too Cold
    January 30, 2023

    Making Sure Your Baby Isn't Too Cold

    It is important to be sure that your baby is safe and comfortable during the winter. The cold can profoundly affect newborns, so it is important to look out for signs that your baby may be too cold. Some of these signs include pale skin, feeling cold to the touch, and appearing more lethargic than usual. To keep your baby warm in the winter, make sure the temperature of the room they sleep in is between 68 and 72 degrees Fahrenheit with no bedding or blankets. Consider using a humidifier like Miro NR08M which features humidity sensors and Miro’s groundbreaking technology for easy cleaning with soap and water. When going outside, dress your baby appropriately for the weather, but avoid taking them out in chaotic conditions. Keep an eye on how warm or cold your newborn appears; if you notice they are too cold, increase the thermostat slightly or hold them close to help transfer heat from your body. Remember to always wash your hands before interacting with your baby!
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  • Active Sleep vs. Quiet Sleep
    January 27, 2023

    Active Sleep vs. Quiet Sleep

    Understanding the sleeping patterns of your baby is key to ensuring proper sleep and, consequently, appropriate developmental growth. Crying may be your baby's way of communicating their needs or distress.  Along with crying, babies also experience active and quiet sleep. During active sleep, babies will move around in their sleep making vocal noises and moving their bodies, while during quiet sleep babies typically remain still and should not be disturbed. To create a stress-free environment where your baby can get adequate rest you might consider humidifiers like the Miro NR08M which features built-in humidity sensors along with technology that allows for easy cleaning with just soap and water. However, always check with your doctor before using any product near your newborn.
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  • Your Baby's Behavior
    January 26, 2023

    Your Baby's Behavior

    Raising a newborn can be a daunting task. As a parent or caregiver, it is important to take the time to understand your baby’s behavior to protect their health. Newborns typically sleep up to 20 hours a day with frequent naps throughout the day. To promote healthy sleep cycles, put your baby to rest when they are tired and create an optimal environment for them by limiting loud noises or anything that might disrupt their sleeping patterns. Additionally, parents and caregivers need to understand what triggers positive and negative emotions in their baby and emphasize these emotional responses to promote ideal developmental growth.
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  • Your Baby and Napping
    January 25, 2023

    Your Baby and Napping

    Establishing a sleep schedule for your newborn is essential to their development. Understanding your baby’s sleeping pattern and creating an environment that is conducive to restful sleep can help your infant get the sleep it needs and limit the stresses of being a parent. Figure out your baby’s sleeping schedule by monitoring their patterns throughout the day, and set up naps according to these patterns. Furthermore, maintaining a dark, quiet environment with optimal humidity and temperature in the room will help your baby relax and reduce anxiousness during bedtime. Additionally, increasing physical activity throughout the day can aid your child in getting proper rest at night.
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