Colin Espie, professor of sleep medicine at Oxford University claims a smelly room could interfere with a teenager’s ability to sleep properly.: “The smelly teenager’s bedroom is a byproduct of the fact that the room is full of rebreathed air, which is low in oxygen and high in nitrogen. If you keep on rebreathing the same air in a small bedroom that is hot and not ventilated you will wake up with a headache after a poor night’s sleep.”


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