A well-ventilated room led to a better night’s sleep¬†for the 17 participants in a Dutch study. Over five nights, the subjects slept with windows and bedroom doors either shut or open. After checking sleep sensors and volunteer’s questionnaires and diaries, researchers found that ventilation was associated with deeper, longer sleep and fewer wake-ups. Fresh air may help by improving overall air quality in a bedroom.

Source: Consumer Reports on Health March 2018 Indoor Air, Nov. 21, 2017

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