What is better cool air humidifier or a vaporizer for upper chest congestion?
- 16 Feb 2014 by marti545
- 24 February 2014
Winter is very very dry, where I live it less humidity than a desert. Humidity is the key. If always present you will have far less congestion. I use a cool air humidifier. Warm air is hard for me to breathe. Don't forget the hot chicken soup which has proven to help as does hot tea. (Yes, they really did a scientific experiment and found out that chicken soup loosens phlegm well.) All about the humidity. Oh, and milk does not cause a problem with phlegm, just an old wives tale. Experiment was done.
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