Faster healingWinter is primetime for colds, asthma and allergies because of the low humidity, but a humidifier keeps the internal nasal passages lubricated so that they can heal faster when you get sick. Some humidifiers have the added benefit of purifying the air, which can be great for people whose allergies are acting up.
Prevent nosebleedsKeeping the nasal passages lubricated is also great for preventing nosebleeds. Nosebleeds are especially pertinent in dry weather, so humidifiers could be just what you need if you experience them often.
Sinus reliefClogged sinuses are all too common when the air is cold and dry since they are not draining properly. If you suffer from congestion or sinusitis, adding humidity to the air should significantly benefit your sinus health.
Minimize snoringMoisture in the air keeps your through from drying out while you're sleeping and will make snoring sounds less intense.
Soft, supple skinHumidifiers are great for people with dry skin, because the moisture in the air will sink in overnight so that you'll wake up with smooth and hydrated skin, lips and hands.
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