The CDC recommends humidifiers to ease coronavirus symptoms—these are the best ones

Amanda Tarlton, Reviewed.com
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    Carol
    I take an old, large but still usable stew pot and fill nearly to the top with plain water. Bring the water to a full rolling boil and set my loudest timer for 20 minutes. I check on this pot constantly. My house fills with moisture and we all feel so much better and can breath clearly. after an hour or two, I empty the pot, rinse it out with vinegar, dry it and store it away until the next time we need extra moisture in our home. Cost? Running a burner on medium for an hour or so.....
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    Excitable
    "use a room humidifier or take a hot shower to help ease a sore throat and cough" -- That's all the CDC actually had to say on the subject.
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    Dan s
    If you get an ultrasonic humidifier, buy distilled water. You won't have to clean it as often.
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    Wayne
    Why would I want to add more moisture to an illness that results in a build up of moisture in the lungs.... I'll stick with my air purifier and dehumidifier. They keep my chest open and nasal passages clear.
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    GeeWizFolks!
    Oh lord. Well, there go all the humidifiers!
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    Gardner
    Aircare cool mist is the same as the Crane and is $10 cheaper. It helps me breathe better at night when the air is dry
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    MichaelB
    And the media finds another way to capitalize on the panic they keep stoking.
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    Deborah
    I use a cool mist humidifier at night to ease allergy symptoms! Love it and a bonus, the moisture is good for your skin and hair!
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    banjo picker
    Put a large kettle of water on the stove and let it slowly boil. The steam from it will ad humidity to you home_DUH
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    Bad kitty
    They sure are making a lot of money off this new way to advertise- FAKE FEAR HOAX MEDIA
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