Ultrasonic Cool Mist Humidifier – Premium Humidifying Unit with Whisper-quiet Operation, Automatic Shut-off, and Night Light Function
Keep your baby healthy with a cool mist humidifier. This unit also has a night light and is very quiet.
When your house is dry, a humidifier will help to keep some moisture in the air. If your baby is congested, a pediatrician will usually recommend a cool mist humidifier. It is not a good idea to use a warm-mist humidifier. The reason for this is because warm air can create molds which can lead to further illness.
While you might not need to run a humidifier constantly, it is a good idea to have one around the house when sickness strikes.
By moisturizing the air, babies experience relief from congestion and cold symptoms. The vapor from the humidifier helps to loosen the mucus clogging their nose, throat, and chest, making it easier for their bodies to recover from sickness and keeping them more comfortable as they fight off a cold or infection.
Additionally, the moist air produced by a humidifier helps to relieve skin problems. Chapped lips, dry eyes, and itchy skin can all irritate babies who live in dry climates or whose climate becomes dry during the winter.
According to some parents, an added benefit of humidifiers is that they help babies sleep. Although humidifiers may not help every baby sleep, the rhythmic hum of a humidifier provides a soothing white noise that will lull certain babies and toddlers into dreamland.