A Humidifier and Your Health
As cooler weather moves into the area, it’s natural to have concerns about the impact on your mind and body. This is particularly true as the air becomes dry, as this can cause a variety of health concerns.
Fortunately, if you’re concerned about dry air and its impact on your health, you can remedy this through the use of a humidifier.
Without a humidifier, here are some of the many health concerns that commonly move to the forefront:
• Dry, itchy skin
• Coughing and dry mouth
• Cracked lips and skin
• Bloody nose
Do you really want to deal with one or more of these ailments until warmer weather brings you relief? Definitely not.
If you have a whole house humidifier, it’s just about time to turn it on. But even if you don’t, you can use a portable humidifier in the areas of your home where you spend the most time, such as your bedroom.
Winter weather has the potential to affect you in many ways, but don’t let dry air get you down. A humidifier is the answer to your problems at home and the office.
Jennifer Ferdinand, owner of Serendipity Wellness Studio in Burke, VA, has been practicing massage therapy and esthetics since 2006. She is nationally certified through NCBTMB, and licensed in Virginia for both Massage Therapy and Esthetics.