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Humidifier/.dehumidifier

Hi all well not been on because been awful with a chest infection and worst of all is i should be going for oxygen therapy test too see if I need it but because I have been on antibiotics and steroids they can’t do the tests got to wait another 6 weeks but had to send in another sputum test in because not sure if it’s gone or still-there just waiting for results again.

Has anybody used the above thinking of getting one if it helps any help would be grateful for Hope everyone is ok and breathing easy and enjoying the sunny weather 🤗🤗🙏

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Yes I have a humidifier which is great keeps air in room nice and clean and fresh for people who breathing problems worth every penny

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Thanks Jimmy grateful for the info is yours an expensive one and what make ? Thanks again

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Hi Angelsstar,

I started using a home dehumidifier about 3 years ago and found it to be very helpful with managing my condition. At the time I posted an article regarding this, so I am providing a link for you so that you can read it. I hope it helps, all the best from Eric.

healthunlocked.com/blf/post...

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Thanks so much for the link will read. . I have just. Ordered a dehumidifier anything for relief 🙏

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Good luck - I hope it helps 👍👌🙋

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Mine is a van it has timer on it so it switch’s of after 246 hr it cost about £100 but well worth the money was going to buy dyson but they were taken out of hospitals were are because they were not clearing the bacteria to well that’s why I bought van which magazine said it was one of the best they tested and not dear as dyson

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I ment to say a vax and timer 2hr 4hr6hr

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Hi, I use a diffuser and I do think it helps. I use lavender or bergamot or frankincense oil in mine, all supposed to aid breathing. Hope you feel better soon.

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