Don’t Sleep on Your Bedroom’s Air QualityBrian
We all know the power of a good night’s sleep – but I bet you didn’t know that poor air quality can have a negative impact on your sleep. It is proven that when we sleep in a room with high quality air, we fall asleep quicker and perform better the following day.
Author Mary Kate McGowan published an article in the ASHRAE Journal which deliberated on a study conducted by Dr. Pawl Wargocki of the Technical University of Denmark. Through this study, Wargocki revealed for the first time the critical role that air quality plays in getting a good night’s rest. Wargocki specified that the results of the study discovered that participants spent more time asleep when they were in a higher air quality environment than those in a poor air quality environment. He also disclosed that participants felt more well rested the morning after sleeping with clean air.
So, now that we understand the importance of quality air when getting a good night’s sleep, you might be wondering how to go about improving your bedroom air quality. Achieving clean air means eliminating allergens, airborne microbes and common pathogens that can be found in your everyday environment. Continually sleeping in an environment with these particles can lead to fatigue and even have a negative long-term effect on your overall health. Our AirBox air purifiers are scientifically proven to remove 99.99% of all particles, our Antimicrobial Treated Filters inhibit the growth of captured airborne microbes that lead to poor sleep quality. Installing one of our air purifiers is the most effective and efficient way to improve the air quality in your bedroom and get a better night’s rest.
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