An ultrasonic humidifier uses a ceramic diaphragm vibrating at an ultrasonic frequency to create water droplets that silently exit the humidifier in the form of cool fog. Usually the mist gets forced out by a tiny fan, while some ultra mini models have no fans. The models without fans are meant mainly for personal use.
Humidifier therapy adds moisture to the air to prevent dryness that can cause irritation in many parts of the body. Humidifiers can be particularly effective for treating dry skin, nose, throat, and lips. Some people use a humidifier to ward off the common cold or flu.
Adding humidity to the air helps babies and everyone lessen cold and flu symptoms. Congestion is without a doubt relieved with humidity. The mist from a humidifier is known to unstuff congested mucous membranes in the nose, throat, and lungs. Babies can breathe more comfortably and they recuperate sooner.