InstaSleep Reviews Team article notes:
Researchers say ventilation in a room can reduce carbon dioxide levels and help you sleep more soundly. It might be as important as room temperature.
According to the study, published in the journal Indoor Air, about a third of an average person’s life is spent asleep, and sleep environments often have poorer ventilation rates compared to our typical living environments.
Better Sleep: Open Windows, Doors
Open your windows and doors. A new study from the Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands suggests those simple steps prior to going to bed can reduce carbon dioxide levels and improve sleep quality. The study found that opening windows and doors improved ventilation and airflow in bedrooms. It improved the quality of sleep in 17 healthy participants.
This article was selected by the InstaSleep Reviews Team. Please enjoy this read about how ventilation in a room can reduce carbon dioxide levels and help you sleep more soundly.