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Published on Oct 11, 2012
Breathe Right Unveils How to Create a "Breathable Bedroom"
Trish Suhr, Emmy-winning cleaning expert from Style Network's Clean House and Dr. Michael Breus, The Sleep Doctor, offer fall-clean up tips and a chance to win a complete bedroom transformation
By GlaxoSmithKline Published: Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2012 - 5:10 am
PARSIPPANY, N.J., Oct. 10, 2012 -- Chronic nasal congestion can be a constant struggle that disrupts sleep, especially during the fall and winter when cold and flu season hits, but the truth is it could be the bedroom that's causing congestion and this is a problem that can be fixed.
Breathe Right Nasal Strips is teaming up with Trish Suhr, Emmy-winning cleaning expert from Style Network's Clean House, and Dr. Michael Breus, The Sleep Doctor, to show nighttime nasal congestion sufferers how they can create a more "Breathable Bedroom," offering clean-up tips for the fall to gear up for the winter and showing how to improve the quality and quantity of air you breathe to ultimately get a better night's sleep.
"As someone who suffers from nasal congestion, I know how important it is for a bedroom to be clean and organized. Your bedroom -- and what's in it -- can disrupt your sleep and make you feel congested, impacting your next day," said Trish Suhr. "Fall clean-up is a great time to rid your bedroom and home of items that collect and trap a lot of dust, dirt and allergens and can lead to a stuffy nose."
Expert Bedroom Clean-Up Tips for Fall:
Donating or throwing away old items and making sure all air filters, including humidifiers, are clean. Investing in a new duster, sponge and other cleaning materials for a fresh cleaning start. Using a High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filter vacuum. Washing bedding in hot water. Keep Breathe Right Nasal Strips close to your bed when you are congested to improve air flow.