If the air in your part is generally really dry, it can cause problems.
These problems can be respiratory and sinus related… Generally, excessively dry air does not lend itself really well to comfort, whether outside or within your own home.
It is ultimately best to invest in a whole cabin air humidifier if you find yourself in an excessively dry temperature. Whole cabin air humidifiers can alleviate all sorts of symptoms of excessively dry air, then of course, you won’t have excessively dry skin if you are in an environment that has official humidity levels. Furthermore, you will certainly suffer from less nosebleeds and respiratory problems. If you have a head cold, for example, moist air is definitely more beneficial than excessively dry air when it comes to helping you breathe. I’ve also personally found that a whole cabin humidifier helps me feel warmer in the winter season when I use it in conjunction with my furnace. I find that I could turn down the temperature a little lower because the moisture in the air makes me feel warmer at a lower temperature than if the air was dry, but humidifiers can even protect against respiratory infections, which can be exacerbated by excessively dry air. There are so various reasons to invest in a whole cabin air humidifier! Perhaps you should speak with a representative from your local heating and a/c supplier if you live in a dry temperature, to see if they have any humidifiers available to you!