Our survey results show connection between sleep and air quality
With so much going on in the world, we’ve all had a few sleepless nights. The CDC recommends that adults need seven to nine hours of sleep per night to maintain a healthy lifestyle. However, that
Even though it’s really scary, air pollution Halloween costumes are rare due to the tendency for pollution to be invisible. This Halloween, Molekule set up a house of horrors haunted with pollutants to spread the word about the silent but violent threats lurking around your
As of September 2022, office attendance is hovering around half of what it was before the Covid-19 pandemic. This has been met with mixed reactions from workers and employers alike, with a trend toward workers wanting to remain at home and bosses wanting them back
Seasonal allergies affect up to 30% of the global population, making allergy symptoms extremely common among adults and children. A seasonal allergy develops when your immune system overreacts to something in your environment, whether it's burning bush in the fall or grass pollen in the
The best indoor environment for studying is free from distraction. A recent review article that examined 21 studies on how both students and teachers get distracted, found that “neutral” levels of noise, temperature, lighting, and carbon dioxide were best for learning.
What makes for neutral is
While some of us suffer from chronic sleep problems, everyone has had trouble sleeping. Fortunately there are professionals who dedicate careers to helping people learn all the ways they can sleep better and feel better. Experts like Dr. Breus, also known as The Sleep Doctor,
It happens every year. You finally get cold enough to give in and turn on your heater for the first time. It starts to warm your home, but then you find yourself sniffling and sneezing. You probably think that allergy season should be over, but
Most people spend around a third of their lives in their bedrooms (assuming you get around eight hours of sleep a night, which is one-third of the day). So, it stands to reason that placing an air purifier near your bed can give you uninterrupted
Sleep is essential for mental health, physical health and your overall quality of life. Chronic sleep deficiency can affect brain function and heart health, as well as increase the risk of certain health conditions, such as diabetes, obesity, kidney disease and stroke.
Unfortunately, sleep is often
Whether you want to decrease allergens in your home, get rid of a lingering bad odor, or remove unhealthy airborne chemicals, an air purifier can help improve your indoor air quality. However, not all types of air filtration can handle different types of pollutants found