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Diffusers vs Humidifiers Reviewed
Prior to commencing my aromatherapy studies I never realized the many varieties of diffusers or the difference between a diffuser and a humidifier. The Mirriam Webster Dictionary defines humidifier as a machine that adds moisture to a room. Though they are similar a humidifier there are many differences. However both are beneficial to maintaining good health and wellness in 2016 and beyond.
The Diffuser – they come in a variety of forms. There are reed diffusers, electric and ceramic diffusers. My all time favorite diffuser has been of the ceramic nature. Simply because they are usually handmade, they come in a variety of styles and colors and can be consider little piece of art to add to a decor. They are found in a large variety of stores making them great gift ideas. The reed diffusers make great additions to the decor of any home or office and they smell wonderful in any space. These too can be found in an assortment of styles, sizes and scent. Click here to find a large variety of diffusers in one place. http://bit.ly/1muWH3I
Humidifiers are awesome products to add moisture to the environment. I recall living in Chicago in the brutal winter weather, while indoor the thermostats were all turned up and the windows were usually closed and the area was dry. The best way I found to combat the treat of getting colds and infections, and combat dry air in my environment was to us a humidifier. Humidifiers can be found for warm and cold mist form. Click here to view humidifiers. Be sure to investigate further to find the best one for you and your environment.
Here are seven (7) reasons to use a humidifier:
- Soothe Dry Skin – especially in the harsh winter weather.
- Faster Healing Process – especially for persons who suffer from allergies. The humidifier is the only thing that relieves my niece when her allergies act up.
- Prevent Noise Bleeds – adding moisture to the air helped my little brother. Adding moisture to the air controlled and eventually stopped his nose bleeds.
- Relieves Sinusitis – experts in the field have confirmed humidifiers are extremely good for persons suffering from congestion and sinusitis.
- Controls Static Electricity – during my years living in Chicago I recall suffering that jarring jolt of static electricity when touching door nobs. A humidifier lessened this potential during those harsh winter months. Don’t get me wrong I loved those winter months.
- Reduce Snoring – It is said that low moisture levels in your nose and soft palate can increase snoring. It is recommended that you drink lots of water and add a humidifier in your bedroom to reduce or prevent snoring.
- Indoor Plant Hydration – Low humidity can cause the indoor plant leaves to turn brown and die. Many of this plants come from tropical climates with high humidity. Most noticeable when a humidifier is added to the environments these indoor plants thrive.
Don’t get me wrong there are some cautions you should note when using diffusers and humidifiers. When using these items they should be monitored. Any where a ceramic diffusers and tea light candles are being used please keep out of reach of children. Also when adding humidifier bare in mind that too much moisture can promote the growth of organisms. I must caution you to monitor your moisture levels. Safety first in all instances.