Air purifiers and respiratory health

Maybe the ventilation isn’t all that great.

Perhaps you’re still on the fence about whether or not you and your family would benefit from purchasing a whole home air purifier. Well, besides removing all sorts of contaminants in the air both big and small, such as pollen, dust mites, pet dander, and tobacco smoke, a whole home air purifier can genuinely give you a better night’s sleep! It should not come as a surprise that pure and cleaner air contributes to a better night’s rest. After all, respiratory health is a big factor when it comes to whether or not you’re going to be able to get a good night’s rest. Maybe the air in your home feels dirty and stuffy. Maybe the ventilation isn’t all that great. This may tempt you to crack a window at night for some cool air and ventilation, but doing that invites all sorts of additional respiratory irritants, not the least of which is pollen! Proper ventilation within your home is a separate matter but making sure that you have proper ventilation combined with a whole home air purifier will surely help you get a good night’s rest. As a bonus tip, it should be noted that keeping temperatures cool in your bedroom is also the best way to facilitate a good night’s rest. Evidence has suggested the temperature between 60 and 69° is the most comfortable for sleep. So if you’ve been struggling to get the proper amount of rest at night and the necessary quality of rest, an air purifier can definitely assist you!


Air conditioning worker