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Good Nights, but Great Mornings with the AirBird.

AirBird is on a mission to improve your quality of sleep.

To helps us do that, you should know the basic science of sleep - Wake up to a fresh start every morning with fresh air. High CO2 levels in your bedroom all night will make you tired. Carbon dioxide (CO2) is a colorless, odorless gas that is retained in the blood when sleep disorders occur. That is why it is important for you to sleep in a well ventilated room.

Remember to activate the AirBird® to NIGHT MODE before you sleep. This mode does not give you Light or Sound signals. The AirBird® Smart App can show you Notifications instead! This way you can learn about the air quality in your bedroom at night and slowly make changes to your room's ventilation habits.

Research has shown that when bedroom air quality was improved people reported that the bedroom air was fresher, sleep quality improved, and responses on the Groningen Sleep Quality scale improved. They felt better next day, less sleepy, and more able to concentrate and their performance of a test of logical thinking was greatly improved.

What is the Groningen Sleep Quality Scale? 

The Groningen Sleep Quality Scale is a tool that can be used to understand your patterns in overall sleep quality. Answer these 15 questions for at least 14 days in a row to help understand your individual sleep patterns.

Learn more about AirBird Modes:

Typically, the AirBird can be on Sound mode, to give you a timely chirp!

The Light Mode quietly signals to you when the air quality is poor. When the light is Amber, the CO2 levels are high and it is a call for action -  For example, you can open your windows for fresh air. When the light turns green, you can close the windows again. 

The Night Mode mutes both light & sound signals.

Good night, but Great Mornings with the AirBird®.