Helthcare & Wellness

Apr 1, 2017

PURE ENRICHMENT HUMIDIFIER - RELIEF FROM ALLERGIES

April means Springtime, good weather, nice walks by the beach or by the countryside, flowers and allergies. For those who suffer from this every year, Spring means nose congestion, sneezing, red eyes and even fever.

Many people decide it is the right time to stay at home, trying to prevent from getting an allergy. This, however, is not always the right decision, because pollens are transmitted by air and there is no use in closing the doors and windows.

On the other hand, indoor air has very low humidity levels. This can cause lots of problems, from irritating sinuses, to nosebleed or cracked lips. Individuals with allergen sensitivities are much more susceptible to the effects of air pollens and many of them have breathing problems as a result of poor indoor air quality.

Poor air quality, as in these cases, can produce respiratory diseases and, eventually, cancers. In order to protect yourself and your family, the ideal solution is to use an air humidifier.

When picking a humidifier, one should consider some issues. Easy to clean up (because bacteria growth is a problem in these devices), type of humidifier (evaporative, ultrasonic, or warm-mist) and the size of the device.

The most traditional devices use a reservoir, porous wick and fan to throw the moisture in the air, they are the evaporative humidifiers. The wick absorbs the water from the reservoir and then the fan aids in evaporation by blowing the wick.

Ultrasonic humidifiers use high frequency sound vibrations to create the mist. And they are quieter than other humidifiers. Usually there is no filter, so there are no mineral deposits.

If you want to humidify the air of smaller areas, you should choose a warm-mist model. They are very quiet, too. The device boils the water with the help of an internal heating element, killing bacteria before dispelling the warm-mist into the room.

The Pure Ultrasonic humidifier, from Pure Enrichment, is one of the most popular humidifiers in the market. It's 1.5 liter tank is perfect to use it in bedrooms, offices or medium area rooms.

It allows you to keep track of the amount of water in the device, due to its transparent top tank. The company designed it to last for 16 hours on a single tank, so that you don't need to be filling it during night, for instance.

A 360-degree nozzle offers quick and convenient speed and directional mist adjustment. The device shuts down automatically if it runs out of water, in order not to burn, nor to have an extra consume of energy.

It also mounts a night light, in case you need to check it out, or simply as presence light. By activation the light, it produces a blue glow, very soft and perfect to lighten the room with an ambience light.

It can also be used as a table top humidifier due to its dimensions.

You should follow thoroughly the weekly instructions of cleaning the device because, given its shape, it can become difficult to clean. The Pure Ultrasonic, also comes with a cleaning brush for this effect.

It is not so suitable for larger rooms or the all house. In such a case, you should acquire a more powerful device.

Springtime is here, so why not go out and appreciate the open spaces without worries? Once you get back home, you will be very well treated, without even noticing it.

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