What Is Hypoallergenic Bedding?
The answer is that most people spend at least 8 hours tucked up in bed, so if you can provide some relief to the allergy sufferer who is waking up with sniffles, itching eyes and congestion by simply changing their bedding, you will have done them a great service.
Dust Mite Covers
Allergy Doctors always advise encasing your bedding with dust mite covers . The first thing that they will tell you to do is encase your pillows. The rea
Your mattress dust might cover will probably fit quite tightly which is why I recommend using a mattress pad of some kind to absorb sweat and light spills. That is far more convenient and safer for the cover than taking it on and off the bed.
Now we come to the actual fabrication of the items on your bed. I actually use latex pillows (I do not have latex allergies) because they are natur
Wool pillows or silk filled pillows have the same wicking properties, although I find that silk compresses too quickly and for a soft pillow lover like myself, wool is too hard. There are many synthetic down alternative filled pillows. These are specially for people who want that undeniably soft down like sensation under their heads but are allergic to feathers. Down alternative pillows are the answer.
Allergy free down, which in most cases means that the down has undergone a series of special washings which have washed out the dirt and the allergens. In the case of ” Hypodown” Syriaca or milkweed grown in Utah is fused with the down, making it particularly friendly to allergy sufferers. The manufacturer of Hypodown guarantees that you will not have a reaction to their pillows. If you don’t want to go to the trouble of buying dust mite covers, some manufacturers have even gone to the smart solution of encasing their pillows with a dust mite impermeable cover. All you then have to do, is use a regular pillow covering for protection.
If you have been following the above explanation for pillows, you can surmise very quickly that much of it applies to comforters. Or does it? In the
Lastly and not least, what kind of mattress should you be sleeping on? My personal favorite is a latex mattress which has been encased with layers of soft cotton
I hope that this answers your questions about hypoallergenic bedding and what bedding choices may be best for you, especially if you have allergies. There is nothing like a good night’s sleep and waking up in the morning with a clear head, and the right bedding goes a long way to make that possible.
Recommended Hypoallergenic Bedding:
These dust mite covers are great for your mattress, box spring, and pillows. They are 100% natural cotton dust mite covers with a soft 260 thread count. Certified dust mite allergen barrier covers with 4.39 micron average pore size.
These pillows are hypoallergenic, antimicrobial, mildew proof and dust mite resistant. Talalay latex pillows are the best quality and are offered in soft, medium and firm levels for superior support and comfort.
Fitted style mattress pad made from 100% organic cotton. GOTS certified organic mattress pad. Vegan and chemical free. Contains no bleach or dyes. Soft, absorbent, breathable mattress pad for protection and comfort. Expert ratings and reviews.
A silk comforter for lightweight warmth all year long. Safe for allergy sufferers. Naturally hypoallergenic and dust mite resistant.
Royal Pedic mattress, boxspring, and mattress pads are available as Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, Cal King, Est. King, or Crib. Bed Set includes Royal Pedic mattress and boxspring. Frame and mattress pads may be added.