I have been adjusting my temperature in my house lately to see if a certain temperature is better for my asthma symptoms at night time. Right now with the way the humidity is and everything with the rain in springtime weather I haven't been using my humidifier and I run about 68°. A couple months ago when it was cold in northern Minnesota where I live I was running about 72 degrees to 75 degrees and seemed to sleep pretty good with the humidifier going as well. We turned it a little lower the other night about 63 and I noticed I felt more stuffed up almost like I was out in the cold. So I'm wondering has anybody found maybe running a humidifier at a certain temperature or maybe some other variation works well for them? I know it's kind of a general question an idea. I am trying to get some feedback to see what everybody else does to help them as we all know how important rest is for us being asthmatics. Thank you!