Air Purifiers for Allergies: How they Improve Sleeping
Air Purifiers help with allergies and congestion.
Air purifiers are specifically designed to remove particles from the air such as pollen, mold, dust, smoke, odor and dander. This makes them an excellent and non-invasive treatment for allergies and night time congestion, as well as unpleasant odors that may be keeping you up at night. When customers ask us where to put their first air purifier, we always say “in the bedroom” because this is where you spend more time of the day than anywhere else, and when you’re happy, we're happy. When you place an air purifier in your bedroom, we know that you will sleep better and wake up feeling more refreshed because you are removing the allergens that making you miserable at night.
Many Air Purifiers are designed specifically for sleeping.
While most people recognize that air purifiers remove allergens, they don’t know that air purifiers also help you sleep in several other ways:
A soothing sound drowns out outside noises that wake you up.
Millions of people already sleep with fans and noise makers in their bedroom. This is because a steady sound helps to drown out the outside noises that can make it hard to fall asleep and that wake you up at night. Many of our customers quickly replace their bedroom fan noise with the soothing sound of an air purifier which has the added benefit of circulating clean, pure air around the room.
Pink noise is scientifically better for sleeping than white noise
When it comes to sleeping with a steady background noise, some sounds are scientifically better than others. White noise is the sound of TV static. It has high pitches and low pitches all mixed together. It drowns out other sounds but it is often considered to be irritating.
Pink noise, on the other hand, eliminates the high pitches and retains only the lowest level sounds. These tones are heard as soothing and relaxing, much like the sound of a cat purring. They will help lull you to sleep and keep you asleep. One study indicated that participants slept up to 25% better by listening to pink noise instead of white noise.
- Pink Noise Air Purifiers
Some air purifiers we carry are specifically designed to produce pink noise, which makes them ideal for use in the bedroom.
For a full list of air purifiers that produce a soothing sound while cleaning the air, see our best air purifiers for the bedroom.
Don’t let allergies keep you from achieving your potential
We’ve seen that poor sleep affects performance in daily life, and we’ve touched on how allergies and congestion affect sleep, so we took the liberty of concluding that a bedroom air purifier is the ideal treatment to address both of these concerns together.
Air purifiers are non-invasive and work quietly in the background, which makes them a perfect addition to any other treatment you may already be using. However, with an air purifier in the bedroom, we wholly expect your reliance on other treatments to go down, and your quality of sleep –and of life– to improve.