Posts Tagged "Humidifiers"
How Does Low Humidity Affect Air Quality
Dry air. Dry air can be the itch that won’t go away, the relative humidity that just won’t let you stop coughing, with thin, poor air quality. While low humidity may be something to look for in wet, warmer climates, there are times when we may be wishing for high humidity, or at least the benefits it may offer for indoor air quality and water vapor levels!
There are times when you may need to run a dehumidifier to control the humidity levels in your home. You may also run air pollution systems to improve indoor air quality and remove allergens, pollutants and mitigate mold growth to avoid human health problems and the health effects of poor ventilation systems and how they relate to VOCS (volatile organic compounds) and your health. Whether from smoke, soot, spores, aerosol, pollen and other allergens and pollutants, your mucous membranes have never needed you more than now!