Air pollution and humidity both affect how well you rest at night.
Overly dry air irritates your nasal passages and throat. It makes your eyes and skin itchy.
You’re likely to find yourself waking up unnecessarily because of the discomfort.
But polluted air saturated with particles and chemicals is downright dangerous.
Impure air leads to sleep apnea and may cause dementia.
Fortunately, both of these problems are easy to correct.
Fix the Humidity
If you run one of the best bedroom humidifiers, it will correct the lack of humidity.
First, use a hygrometer to check the amount of water vapor in the air.
These are cheap instruments available at hardware stores, supermarkets, or online for ten bucks or less.
Or you might have a hygrometer built into your household thermometer or air purifier right now.