Indoor environment and sleep

It is well known that sleep affects your health and that it impacts your performance at work and school. This paper focuses on how the physical environment, the thermal conditions and indoor quality affect your sleep. It also reports that room temperature above thermoneutrality influences sleep quality in the sense that slow-wave sleep, REM-sleep and total sleep time are reduced. The report concludes that there is a distinct lack of studies on air quality and sleep and calls for more research.

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