Is the Air You Breathe Affecting Your Mental Health?


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Millions of Americans

Struggle with Mental Health Issues.

Research shows there is a link between air quality and higher levels of stress and psychological distress, as well as increased risk of dementia, Alzheimer's, and depression. Other research links long-term exposure to air pollution with an increased risk of death among people with serious mental illness. (1) 
A large study of people in the U.S. and Denmark found that exposure to air pollution is linked with an increased risk of psychiatric disorders like depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and personality disorders. (2) 
Another study that looked at 100 studies on the effects of air pollution on mental health found 73% of the studies reported higher mental health symptoms and behaviors after exposure to above-average levels of air pollution. (3)


The Bedroom Machine Removes Harmful Pollutants Linked to Mental Health Issues

If you are looking to improve your mental health, we recommend Austin Air purifiers, specifically the Austin Air Bedroom Machine. It uses medical-grade HEPA proven to remove up to 99% of all airborne contaminants as small as 0.1 microns, including viruses, bacteria, dust, dander, and allergens. The filter’s unique carbon blend also offers protection against chemicals, VOCs, gases, and formaldehyde,  which can impact mental health. The Bedroom Machine also offers an additional layer of protection with a military-grade HEGA cloth. In two separate clinical trials, the Bedroom Machine was proven highly effective at removing dangerous airborne pollutants from the home. 
By removing airborne pollutants, the Bedroom Machine also helps improve sleep, which impacts mental health. Poor sleep makes it difficult to cope with stress and regulate emotions. Sleep disturbances are linked to higher levels of psychological stress. (4)
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