July 22, 2016
Prevent Dust Mites & Alleviate Nighttime Allergy Symptoms with Allergy Bedding

Allergies keeping you awake at night? You’re not alone. It’s hard to sleep comfortably when you can barely breathe. We may not be doctors, but we do know a thing or two about home products, some of which are designed specifically for people like you. Read on to learn more about how you can prevent dust mites and alleviate nighttime allergy symptoms with inexpensive bedding.

 

Pillow Protectors & Mattress Pads

 

Did you know that more dust mites live in your bedroom than any other part of your home? Considering the fact that these microscopic creatures are among the most common triggers of year-round allergies, this certainly doesn’t bode well for allergy sufferers hoping to get a good night’s sleep.

 

Dust mites feed on tiny flakes of human skin (gross, right?) that we leave behind in various spots – including, of course, our beds. When we breathe in their body parts and their waste (double gross), we may suffer from allergic reactions such as sneezing, runny nose, itchy eyes and post-nasal drip.

 

 

If you suffer from dust mite allergies, one of the simplest steps you can take toward preventing these pests is to use a mattress pad or a zippered pillow protector. These products provide an impenetrable barrier to dust mites so that they won’t accumulate in your pillow or mattress over time.

 

 

 

Hypoallergenic Blankets, Pillows & Sheets

 

But why stop at pillow protectors and mattress pads? There are plenty of great options out there for hypoallergenic pillows, blankets and sheets, too.

 

For example, if you’re using pillows or comforters made of goose down, consider alternative materials. While it’s unlikely that most people are allergic to goose down itself, this type of bedding can be a magnet for dust mites and dander. Down alternative blankets and comforters are often just as plush and comfortable as the real thing, and they’re usually less expensive, too.

 

 

Just be sure to wash your bedding in hot water at least once a week. This is another simple way to prevent dust mites.

 

Now that you know what it takes to help keep nighttime allergies at bay, it’s time to get shopping! Home Fashion Designs carries discount allergy bedding for savvy shoppers. Shop now and find just what you need.

Ben Polichronopoulos