11. Aug, 11:08
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KSh 3,000

Ultrasonic Humidifier, Aroma Diffuser, Nebulizer , Air Purifier Cool Air Mist 2.4L

Nairobi CBD, Accra Road Nairobi
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Air Humidifier Benefits

  • Better Health
    The most important benefit you will receive from an air mist humidifier is making your home’s environment less conducive to cold and flu germs. The abundance of colds in the winter season is due more to the dry air indoors, where airborne viruses thrive, than the cold weather.
    Helps Prevent the Spread of Airborne Viruses
    A that raising indoor humidity levels to at least 43% had a dramatic effect on approximately 85% of airborne viruses, rendering them them virtually ineffective. As a result, researchers are now contemplating increasing the humidity levels in hospitals across the nation, as an extra method of protecting doctors, nurses and visitors from also getting sick. Moisture has the ability to prevent the movement of germs, as they combine with this moisture and simply drop. This happens because the airborne particles are now too heavy to float around in the air. In turn, this helps prevent the spread of many illnesses, including influenza. This is precisely why one of the main benefits of a humidifier is increasing the overall humidity levels in a room or in a home.
  1. Helps Prevent Snoring
    For those who breathe through their mouth, it is almost impossible to prevent dryness from settling in. This is especially true when you’re sleeping. By using a humidifier to add moisture to the air, you create a more favorable scenario that may help soothe the tissues at the back of your throat. Not only will this help you sleep more comfortably, it can also help cut down on your snoring. Additionally, running the humidifier throughout the day is also beneficial, as it may help your throat stay moist and prevent the irritation that is commonly associated with snoring.
  2. Prevent Dry Skin
    Because 50–60% of the human body is made of water, dry conditions may pull moisture out leaving behind dry skin, chapped lips and possibly even bloodshot eyes. Our bodies rely on the correct amount of water to feel good, not to mention function at an optimal level. Because our skin has so much surface area, it is often the place that we notice first when we are in extremely dry conditions. Lips and eyes also show irritation when not properly hydrated. Running a humidifier can help out The added moisture in the air may help improve your dry or itchy skin, peeling or chapped lips and dry eye irritation.
  3. Helps Your Home Feel Warmer
    Studies have shown that humidified air may actually feel warmer than dry air. This can be attributed to the fact that with more water in the air, sweat evaporates more slowly, leaving people feeling warmer. As a result, homeowners may be able to save on their heating bills. With the warmer feel of the air, thermostats can be lowered, thus conserving energy and saving money.
  4. May Relieve Allergy Symptoms
    Modern humidifiers are a great way to help s. While humidifiers of the past may have put far too much humidity into the air, which could encourage the spread of , newer models can be set to lower levels that will not create an environment that is favorable to these unwelcomed house guests. Allergy sufferers tend to feel more comfortable with heightened humidity, as it may help soothe the tissues in the throat and nasal passages.
  5. Prevents Static
    Static electricity is often increased in dry winter months. This electricity can be annoying when associated with your laundry or frizzy hair. Even worse, built up static can even damage sensitive electronics; even create sparks which could damage flammable gas or dust. Properly humidified air has the ability to limit, even prevent most problems that come from static. Ultrasonic Humidifier
    An ultrasonic humidifier uses high-frequency sound vibrations to produce an extra-fine water mist that is then expelled to add moisture to the room. It's the quieter of the two types of humidifiers. The ultrasonic generally has no filter factored into its design, which saves operation costs. This type of humidifier is considered safer since there is no hot water present in the unit and therefore no risk of scalding. However, as with any humidifier that does not boil the water to produce a mist, there is a risk of bacteria being present in it and being discharged to the room.2 Therefore, disinfecting the humidifier becomes even more important than with a warm mist humidifier that does boil the water.

Ultrasonic Humidifier
Ultrasonic humidifiers tend to produce fine grayish dust that can settle around the room, since they have no filter to absorb minerals in the water. Some models, however, come with ceramic-type cartridges that can be refreshed, and these are effective to some degree.

Ordinary tap water often contains a notable mineral content, and with no onboard filters, ultrasonic humidifiers may turn this mineral content into a fine gray or white dust that goes into the air along with the water vapor. This mineral dust lands on furniture and electronics, and it is almost impossible to avoid. The amount of dust will depend on the source of your drinking water. Hard water is notably higher in dissolved minerals that will create dust when processed through an ultrasonic humidifier. Using distilled or filtered reverse osmosis water will reduce the amount of dust you need to clean, though this can be a pricey option. If this is a major annoyance for you, consider buying a unit with a decalcification filter.

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