Struggling with seasonal allergies in East Tennessee is a common problem. Along with the beautiful color change of the leaves in the Fall, also comes ragweed. Unfortunately, nothing can prevent environmental allergy triggers! Therefore, it is of the utmost importance that you do what you can to reduce allergens that can be controlled, like dust mites.
At Bed’r Mattress, we can help you fight nighttime allergy symptoms! We have hypoallergenic mattresses and pillows. Other options to reduce allergens include full zip mattress protectors and organic linens.
Dust Mite Resistant Mattresses
Essentia mattresses are impervious to dust mites! They won’t accumulate in the way that they do in traditional mattresses due to the type of foam that is used. Made in a GOTS & GOLS certified organic factory, Essentia mattresses are known to be the world’s most comfortable natural memory foam! You’ll be sleeping in a clean-air environment without any worry of chemical off-gassing or respiratory irritants.
The surface that you rest your head on at night absolutely must be as allergy-free as possible. For our most allergic customers, we recommend a pillow case change every night. Additionally, consider sleeping with a ventilated, water-expanded memory foam pillow like BluSleep. Traditional polyester fiber-filled pillows attract dust mites and some memory foam pillows may off-gas, irritating allergy-sensitive sleepers.
Full-zip Mattress Protectors
Completely encasing your mattress in a high-quality mattress protector is a good idea. Not only does it protect your investment from spills, liquids, and bacteria, but it also protects you from allergens like dust mites.
When the fabric allows, washing and drying linens on high is recommended to kill dust mites and other allergens. At Bed’r Mattress, we have a wide range of sheet sets to choose from including chemical and dye-free options.
Read more about common allergens that may be affecting your quality of sleep. And just a reminder, let your pets sleep in their own beds! They bring in the same outdoor allergens that you’re working hard to minimize.