What’s the best humidity for my new born?
@Sbazsy I consulted with Dr. Natalie Barnett and she recommended the following:
here in the US we typically recommend a room temperature around 70-72 deg F. At that temperature, your baby just needs footed PJs. You might add a sleeping bag if needed. Ideally, humidity around 30%-60% is great, but don't go too crazy over it. If the room is particularly dry you can have the humidifier going all night.
My Nanit alerts me often that humidity is out of the desired range (67%). I receive these notifications quite often.
Is there anyway I can turn off or silence these notifications? (I receive them at least once every 2-3 hours).
Alternatively, do you have any suggestions on how to make the room dryer?
Thanks for posting on the community! You can change the humidity level if you prefer by going to your camera settings > Notifications > Change the min/max under "Humidity Alerts". Or you can toggle on/off by tapping on "Humidity Alerts".
You might also want to try checking a dehumidifier to help the humidity level in the room.
Thank you so much @NanitJessica! Your instructions worked perfectly!