Humidify is a verb.
Edify, humidify, solidify, modify, and amplify.
It will not help.
with a humidifer
bathe, damp, dip, humidify, moisturize, rinse
A humidifer can only add water to the air in a room. An air conditioner can do a lot more than that, it can: * chill or cool the air * remove water (de-humidify) the air * add water (humidify) the air.
The purpose of the sinuses is unclear, they may help to humidify the air we breath or they may enhance our voices.
The verb of the word humid is humidify.Other verbs depending on the tense are humidifies, humidifying and humidified.
A physical change that starts with the letter H is humidify.
Yes, it operates the indoor fan at a slower speed resulting in a colder evaporator coil thus condensing water vapor from the room air passing over it more effectively than if the fan was running at normal cooling speed.
The primary functions of the respiratory epithelium is to humidify, filter, and warm the incoming air during respiration.
Humidify air, warm incoming air, allows air to reach lungs, and purifies air
To bring air jnto the lower airways, and to purify, humidify, and warm air while it's getting there.
Have it at 50 degrees Fahrenheit, and the beans may not survive if you seed them indoors, and excessive heat/humidify may cause disease
It depends on how many square feet one is trying to de-humidify. The bigger the unit, the greater area they will control.
the nose, it does three jobs humidfies the air, warms, it and filter/cleans it. It is better to breathe through your nose.
The function of the mucosa is to warm and humidify air entering through the nose as well as to help to filter out unwanted particles in the air.
Generally, the nose takes care of itself unless you harm it. When we breathe in air, it will clean and humidify itself. Allergies and cold cause problems with nose.
To keep the air from being dry. Keeps moisture in the air so your body doesn't use all it's water
A humidastat works with a cooling unit or humidify. It measures the amount of humidity in the air. This can then trigger the unit to turn on or off removing excess humidity from the home.
conducting zones are the upper respiratory tract which is the passage of air and functions to humidify, flter and warm the air. by:- cabdulaahi niyo