The Link Between Air Quality and Sleep Apnea

The air quality indoor not outdoor brings many impacts to our life, such as our sleep quality. Even though the National Sleep Foundation said that sleep problems are common for people with allergies, too much exposed to the air pollution can affected to sleep quality. 

Sleep apnea is one of the sleeping disorders that is occurs from the exposure of air pollution. 

Sleep apnea is a breathing-related sleep disorder in which a person’s breathing repeatedly stops for seconds to minutes and then starts breathing again due to a blockage of the airway and there are over 22 million Americans suffering from sleep apnea each year. The common signs of sleep apnea are snoring, grogginess, and gasping for air during the night. 

Minimize the exposure of air pollution 

  • Clean your house regularly 
    This must be done every day, especially if you have allergies to the dust. Indoor furnitures such as carpets, sofas and walls contain many allergens, including dust, pollen, mould, and particles from pets which if your breathed in, it can bring a negative impact to your health. 
  • Check the level of air quality 
    If you are planning to go outside, you need to check the local air quality reports. There are many websites such as IQA, waqi and many more related websites. Do not forget to bring your masks to minimize the exposure of air pollution. 
  • Use an air purifier 
    Buying an air purifier in your house is the best choice you can do to clean-up the indoor pollution in your home. An air purifier is known as effective to capture poor pollutants such as dust, pollen, mould and other particles and release fresher air to the room. 

Sleep plays an important role in your physical health and it can heal and repair of your heart and blood vessels. If you having a sleep disorder lately, it would be great to follow those three ways to minimize the exposure of air pollution to improve your sleep quality. 


Smoke Cabin

Smoke Cabin

Smoke Solution develops a set of efficient filtering system that can remove most of the airborne pollutants. There is an automatic motion sensor installed in each of the cabin and alternatively regulates the speed of the filtering system according to the movement inside the cabin. For their filters, Smoke Solution uses its own produced CO 2 neutral coconut charcoal. The harvest of the coconut shells is in a sustainable manner, without posing any harm to palm trees, animal habitats or the environment.

The ashtrays of the smoking cabins are fireproof and self-extinguishable. Lighted cigarette thrown into the ashtray will be extinguished and thus remove the risk of fire. Smoke cabins are modular and freestanding, they can be resized and relocated to fit in different locations, and follow the user patterns.



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