We are no strangers to the rising climate change and rapid industrialization that have taken a toll on every aspect of our lives. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle has become a difficult task in such dire situations our bodies have become more prone to diseases that are airborne and spread through the air.
In metropolitan cities breathing clean air is even more difficult given the industries, increase in ownership of private vehicles which add to the pollution and decrease the air quality of these cities.
The rise in humidity not only affects our health and makes our immune weak and we tend to experience Dehydration, Lethargy, Fatigue, Heat Strokes, etc it also affects the indoors of our residential and commercial environments resulting in wet stains on walls and ceilings, musty odor in rooms, moldy bathrooms, etc.
Bacteria and viruses grow well in humid conditions which make people ill by majorly causing respiratory infections.
Humid air makes these viruses and bacteria stay in the air for a longer period of time before settling on the surfaces around them. So when someone is in a humid environment, and a person around him is sneezing and coughing, the germs are persisting around and multiplying in the air of that room and the person will likely breathe them in.
In humid cities like Mumbai, dehumidifiers have come to the rescue of people. These Dehumidifiers are electrical appliances that remove the moisture from the air and make the air moist free. Dehumidifiers have emerged as the major controller of this situation. They control the moisture in the room, Hospitals and Industries and Commercial offices use Dehumidifiers to maintain healthy air. Portable dehumidifiers are now being used in homes to keep the air clean. Using dehumidifiers in homes helps keep the air clean, reduces the risk of infections, reduces the molds in the house, and prevents dust allergies too.