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Although too much humidity can increase dust mite populations and mold, too little humidity can also affect your well-being. Raw, dry sinuses and eyes; irritated, flaky skin; chapped lips; static electricity discharges; and seemingly cool room temperature are just some of the side effects of low humidity. Unfortunately, artificial heating from radiators and forced-air systems can desiccate the air in your home, a problem only exacerbated by the lower relative humidity associated with cold, winter air. Fortunately, you can return your home to a comfortable level of humidity by using one of our humidifiers.