Dry Air Can Cause Colds and Flu

972 copyIf you’re experiencing dry skin, itchy eyes and irritated sinuses, the winter’s dry air and low humidity could be to blame. Dry air with low humidity can irritate your respiratory tract, making you more susceptible to contracting colds and the flu. Also, when humidity levels are low, the flu virus has the ability to live longer.

Consider purchasing a hygrometer, available at most hardware stores. With the help of a hygrometer you can measure and track the moisture in your home’s air and accommodate accordingly.

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*https://www.webmd.com/women/dry-indoor-air#2
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