Should you sleep with an air purifier on? The answer is a resounding yes, especially if you have allergies or asthma. Air purifiers remove allergens, dust, and pollen from the air you breathe. In fact, the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) recommends an air purifier during bedtime to promote better breathing while you sleep.
Unfortunately, many of the most powerful air purifiers are also loud. And if you’re sensitive to sound, you may not be able to sleep with a clunky machine running. IDEAL has some of the quietest, yet most powerful air purifiers on the market.
In their quietest mode (night mode), all IDEAL PRO air purifiers are whisper-quiet and virtually inaudible. The IDEAL AP40 PRO really shines here with a peak operating noise value of 16.7 decibels. The air purifiers from our competitors with comparable airflow have significantly higher measured values of between 22 decibels and 32 decibels.
What if you’re sensitive to light? In night mode, IDEAL air purifiers also dim their display LED lights with just a click. That’s why we can recommend our German-made air purifiers for children’s rooms and even the nursey. To learn more, check out https://idealhealthstore.com/whisper/.