Posted by Rutger Brest van Kempen Op
Many problems in the air are caused by too low or excessive humidity. Because we are isolating our buildings better and more and we regulate the heating, we are increasingly seeing that the humidity goes too far down. The ideal humidity is between 40 and 60%. If the humidity is not between this value, it is advisable to do something about this. Dry air can have multiple hazards such as: a dry throat, stimulus cough, dry skin, worsening of eczema, dry eyes, irritated airways, headache, fatigue, concentration problems, lowered immune system and a cold feeling. In addition, dry air also...
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