How Your Air Indoor Can Make You Snore

Learn how poor Indoor air quality can affect your sleep

Did you know that snoring is more than an annoyance? If you, yourself snore it could be a sign that your body isn’t getting a strong air flow during your sleeping hours. In addition, if a partner is snoring, it can disrupt your sleep AND serve as a warning sign about his or her respiratory health. Luckily, if the snoring is not accompanied by other health warning signs, you may have able to make a few small changes and nip this in the bud right away.

  • Consider Indoor Air Quality

  • One of the things that can have the biggest impact on your breathing, and thus your snoring, is indoor air quality. How often do you change your air filter, and do you use a high-quality filter that removes allergens, dust, mold and pet dander from the air? If you aren’t changing your filter at least every six weeks (and more often if you have pets or smokers in your home) it is time to commit to making this happen. In addition, browse the available options and choose the best filter possible and prepare to be amazed.

  • Make Other Simple Changes

  • There are a few other ways to improve your breathing. If you allow pets in your bed, consider finding another place for them to sleep at night. Keeping them away from your bed could reduce the dander you breathe at night. In addition, adding a humidifier to moisten the air in your room may make improve airflow as well.

  • While snoring is a signifier that something is wrong, you may be able to resolve this situation on your own. If you have any questions about how replacement air filters can contribute to your respiratory health, contact us at Air Filters Delivered today. We look forward to helping you breathe easy--night AND day.

  • Source: Snoring Solutions Made Easy

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