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house air

Spending our time indoors we often feel discomfort either due to dry or humid air. The symptoms of that can be irritated eyes and nose and throat. As authors of a study on Indoor air humidity, air quality, and health published in April, 2018 point out prevention of low relative humidity levels indoors reduces complaint rates and improves work performance in offices.

Find out the most important things about the effects of air humidity in your house: