Suppose the temperature in your room is 25 °C with 100% humidity. You are feeling very hot and sweating a lot. Most of the sweat does not evaporate on your body, it just drips onto the ground. If you switch on the heating in your room, would you feel more comnfortable? It seems to me that by increasing the temperature by a few degrees the relative humidity would go down and the sweat would evaorate more easily. Of course, the evaporated water must be allowed to escape. So, you could open a window and sit close to the heating. If the outside temperature is 25 °C and the humidity is 100%, then close to your heating the temperature will be a bit higher but the humidity will be far lower.