Better Air And Sleep Quality


Air quality is another big factor when dealing with Sinus/Allergy problems. Air Purifiers are a great thing to have in your home and most importantly in the room that you sleep in. It's best to have an Ionizer that you can turn on and off manually because it generates ozone.

The best filter for your Air Purifier is a True HEPA Filter. The second best filter is a HEPA Like Filter, which costs approx. $20 and needs to be changed every 9-12 months.

The two machines that I recommend are:

Holmes Allergen Remover (has a True HEPA Filter)

Oreck Tower Air Purifier (has a permanent filter)


Hypoallergenic items are perfect items to have for people with allergies. You can find hypoallergenic cosmetics, pillows, comforters and even animals (cats and dogs).


Quality dream sleep (REM Sleep) is very important to your health. If you do not get enough of it you can suffer symptoms such as fatigue, headaches, hypertension and even panic attacks. The average person is suppose to get approx. 4 hours of REM Sleep per night. Most people never reach that deep dream state because they are tossing and turning all night long due to nasal congestion. In order to receive more oxygen in your sleep, you must be able to breathe through your nose. Doing so will allow you to sleep better and, in turn,you will be healthier.


Your bedroom should resemble most kitchens/ hospital rooms: cold, dry/arid, and texture free. Windows should be closed and avoid using down feathers, carpets and rugs (unless Hypoallergenic). And last but not least, an air purifier.

I hope this helps you as much as it has helped me!

Live long and prosperous!