Updated January 31, 2019 by Sheila O'Neill

The 10 Best Humidifiers For People With Sinus Problems

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We spent 24 hours on research, videography, and editing, to review the top selections for this wiki. If you have sinus problems, you probably know how much of a pain dry air can be. Whether it's a harsh Nor'easter or the Santa Ana Winds, a dry spell can turn breathing into an endurance sport. Luckily, with a good humidifier, you can soothe your aching sinuses, along with cracked lips and parched throats. Some models even allow you to add essential oils for a pleasant dose of aromatherapy. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to support our work. Skip to the best humidifiers for people with sinus problem on Amazon.

10. EasyComforts Room

9. Everlasting Comfort

8. Vicks Warm

7. Air Innovations Digital

6. UrPower Ultrasonic

5. PureGuardian Desktop

4. Levoit Whisper-Quiet

3. Venta Airwasher

2. Pure Enrichment MistAire

1. Honeywell Germ Free

Editor's Notes

January 30, 2019: I made sure to find some models that can effectively humidify large rooms, as well as smaller ones that are more portable, especially since office buildings and hotel rooms are often heavily air-conditioned, which can affect sinus troubles. There's also a mix of evaporative humidifiers (which don't over-humidify rooms or leave white mineral deposits) and ultrasonic models (which provide continuous humidification). All of these products need to be cleaned regularly to prevent buildup of mold and bacteria, so please keep maintenance in mind when making your choice.


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Last updated on January 31, 2019 by Sheila O'Neill

Sheila is a writer, cosplayer, and juggler who lives in Southern California. She loves sitting down with a hot cup of tea and coming up with new ideas. In her spare time, Sheila enjoys drawing, listening to podcasts, and describing herself in the third person.


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