Improved airflow in the bedroom could give you a better night’s sleep

slient nightsSleep is important at any age – we need it and admittedly, we all love it too! There is nothing worse than getting a bad night’s sleep where you toss and turn for what seems like hours on end.

If you suffer from restless night’s sleep, a remedy might be simpler than you think! Increasing bedroom ventilation by opening a window or interior door may help you catch more zzz’s, according to a new study from researchers in the Netherlands*.

Results from the study showed that bedrooms with better ventilation had lower carbon dioxide levels, prompting “better sleep depth, sleep efficiency and lesser number of awakenings”.

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* The research was published in the International Journal of Indoor Environment and Health. You can read an extract of the study here: