Yes, it is generally safe to use an air humidifier every day. Humidifiers can be especially helpful during the dry winter months when the air inside your home can become dry and stuffy. Using an air humidifier can help to add moisture to the air, which can help to alleviate dryness in the nasal passages and throat, and can also help to reduce the symptoms of dry skin.
There are a few things to consider when using an air humidifier every day:
Clean the humidifier regularly: It is important to clean your humidifier regularly to prevent the growth of mold and bacteria. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for cleaning your specific model.
Use distilled water: Using distilled water in your humidifier can help to prevent the buildup of minerals that can cause the humidifier to become less effective over time.
Keep the humidifier out of reach of children and pets: To prevent accidents, make sure to keep the humidifier out of reach of children and pets.
Don't overdo it: It is important to maintain a healthy level of humidity in your home, but be aware that too much humidity can also be a problem. If the air in your home becomes too humid, it can create an ideal environment for the growth of mold and dust mites. A humidity level between 30-50% is generally considered optimal.