Anti allergy bedding is an important step to controlling certain types of allergies.
Your bed is a perfect mite breeding ground. Your body head and moisture provide mites with perfect living conditions. And the skin you cast off while in bed gives them all the food they need.
This is unfortunate if you are allergic to mites. For most people, it is the mite dung that causes the trouble.
Beds are also excellent dust collectors.
Depending on your allergies, your feather pillow or duvet could also trigger your allergies.
Your bed can be a real problem with the following types of allergies:
- Dust allergy
- Mite allergy
- Latex allergy
- Feather allergy
- Down allergy
- Lack of energy
- Poor sleep
- Feeling tired all the time
- Trouble waking up
- Trouble getting out of bed
- Gummy eyes
… just to name a few – this is not a complete list of allergy symptoms.
Allergies, especially to dust and mites, is a common cause of asthma, so asthma patients must take particular care in they type of bedding they use.