Living in Ohio, we all know way too well about humidity and its effects throughout the summer months.  But did you know humidity also plays an important role in the winter as well?  Having a lack of humidity in your home has a direct impact on your health in ways you normally would not consider.

The dry winter air effects your nasal passages making you more vulnerable to nose and throat viruses.  The dry air also causes itchy, dry skin, cracked lips, nosebleeds, and can even increase your chances of catching the flu.  Investing in a whole house humidifier hooked into your central heating system can help you maintain a healthy humidity level and in turn keep you healthy as well.

Click here to read more in an article from the Washington Post.

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