How does indoor air quality affect sleep?
We spend up to 90% of our time indoors¹ and over 17 years asleep. Our sleep microenvironment contains a spectrum of biological particles, and with an average of eight hours of sleep each night, we're continually exposed to bedroom air pollution for long periods of time.
Indoor air pollution can decrease the quality of your sleep and reduce the benefits that come with it.
Air quality can change by season, location, humidity, temperature, and many other conditions in your home. We break down the relationship between indoor air pollution and sleep, plus give you tips for how to achieve better bedroom indoor air quality.