Check The HumidityToo high or low humidity can have a negative effect on your health and stop you getting that comfortable nights sleep. It can lead to colds and fevers and stop you and your family from operating to your fullest capacity. You can find out about your comfortable humidity level which can stop you getting ill and suffering at night. You could also use machines known as dehumidifiers to help you alter the amount of humidity in the air. The only issue is that they can hum quite noisily, so you need to find the right balance between getting your air right and being able to sleep through the noise.
Get A Insect Repellent CurtainSometimes it is just too hot to sleep without the window open. But the threat of mosquitos and other nasty bugs mean you likely need to keep it shut otherwise you’ll wake up wish nasty bite marks all over your body. You can get special curtains and blinds that can block out insects but still allow fresh air into your room, letting you enjoy a fresh and cool nights sleep without worrying about getting eaten. If you don’t like the thought of these meshes or curtains you could use a fan, again though the downside is the noise it makes.
Make Sure You Use CO2 AlarmsThere are hundreds of horror stories regarding CO2 poisoning. Its symptoms are awful and it can even cause death in high quantities. As a firefighter's daughter, I've heard far too many horror stories, so I always make sure our CO2 alarms are working - both in our home and in our camping trailer.
You shouldn’t have to worry about such things and you won’t if you use strategically placed carbon monoxide alarms throughout your house. They need to be placed in your rooms which have burning appliances, such as a boiler or fire. They will sound when excess CO2 is detected in the air, so you will no longer have to worry whilst sleeping at night. You should also consider getting your boiler served once a year, this can eliminate any burning problems, saving you energy and keeping you warm at night during the winter months without CO2 worries.