The easiest way to lower indoor humidity is by using a dehumidifier.
However, these devices are relatively expensive to purchase, and they typically require a lot of energy to run.
Moreover, dehumidifiers can sometimes make your indoor air too dry, creating a new set of problems. Fortunately, there are a few natural ways of lowering the humidity levels in your home. First, you may need to absorb the moisture in your indoor air. If you place pots of calcium chloride in problematic areas of your home, you will notice a rapid reduction in humidity levels. You can buy this powdered chemical in most large hardware stores. It absorbs the moisture in your indoor environment naturally and is relatively cheap. Vent your home. One of the simplest yet effective ways to reduce your indoor humidity levels is to improve ventilation in your home. The easiest way to achieve this is to open windows and doors as regularly as possible. You may also want to put fans in problem areas to improve air circulation. You may install extraction fans in spaces of your home that are especially susceptible to high humidity levels, such as the kitchen, attic, and bathroom. Remove indoor plants. Some indoor plants emit moisture into the air, which may have a direct impact on humidity levels. Transfer your live potted plants outdoors, and replace them with synthetic alternatives, if you please. Consider taking shorter showers, and always be sure to run ventilation fans while taking showers. You should also leave the windows and door open for about 30 minutes afterward. Whenever possible, best to line-dry your clothes instead of using your machine dryer.