Conclusions have shown that when bedroom air quality was improved in these experiments:
- Subjects reported that the bedroom air was fresher.
- Sleep quality improved.
- Responses on the Groningen Sleep Quality scale improved.
- Subjects felt better next day, less sleepy, and more able to concentrate.
- Subjects’ performance of a test of logical thinking improved.
Read an interesting article by P. Strøm-Tejsen, D. Zukowska, P. Wargocki, and D. P. Wyon published in the Journal of INDOOR AIR, doi:10.1111/ina.12254. The article reports two field intervention experiments on how the effective ventilation rate in bedrooms affects sleep and next day performance.