At Bethesda Gardens Phoenix, we work hard to keep our residents warm and healthy this time of year. Winter is here again, and dropping temperatures aren’t the only thing that are sure to accompany it. Winter also has a tendency to make air dry, both outdoors and indoors. Dry air can be potentially hazardous to your health and has been known to irritate skin and cause (or worsen) respiratory conditions such as asthma and bronchitis.
Fortunately, if you’re finding your house too arid this season, a humidifier may be just what you need to maintain a comfortable level of humidity and moisture in the air. Here’s a look at some benefits air humidifiers can have on your health.
So many health benefits can be reaped from adding a humidifier to your home, office or any other indoor area you frequent. On top of that, it could even potentially save you money and benefit the plants and furniture around your house. It might be the perfect addition to your home this season.
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