Air purifiers have a positive impact on our lives, so it's no surprise that some may wonder if that impact extends to sleep. The simple answer is yes, if you want all the benefits of your air purifier, it should be working in your bedroom when you sleep. Below are five proven benefits of sleeping with an air purifier in the bedroom.
Cleans the air of pollutants. Your home's air quality may be more polluted than outdoor air.
Air pollution doesn't stop when we sleep, so an air purifier can help reduce exposure to allergens and keep the air clean while you rest.
Reduces allergies. For people with allergies, an air purifier can make a big difference in how comfortable it is to breathe. An air purifier eliminates common allergens, reducing nasal congestion, sinus headaches, watery eyes and sneezing.
Promotes better sleep. Air purifiers not only promote cleaner air, but they also have the potential to promote better sleep. Pink noise produced by some air purifiers has been shown to be more relaxing than white noise, helping one to fall asleep faster and increase the number of hours of sleep.
Removes dust and other irritants. Fans can move air around a room, but they can also remove dust or other nearby irritants in the air.
Air purifiers with a special sleep mode function are great because they still perform their essential functions of purifying the air at a lower sound speed to keep disturbances to a minimum.