Replace hypoallergenic pillows with hypoallergenic pillows

Given the prevalence of people with dust mite allergies and asthma, fighting allergens in the home has become a way of life for many of us. Finding the right pillow for your bedroom is an excellent step to staying allergy-free.


The importance of pillows in reducing allergy symptoms

Allergy and asthma experts tell us that „the bedroom is the perfect breeding ground for dust mites” because they thrive in warm, moist conditions. Pillows are large, dense areas that provide a comfortable home for dust mites. It’s best to look for hypoallergenic pillows that use allergenic protectants to fight dust mites.

Hypoallergenic pillows and hypoallergenic pillows are different from hypoallergenic pillows

In pillows, „hypoallergenic” refers to materials and fillings that are less allergenic than other options. This term is not regulated by government standards, so it can mean different things to different manufacturers. Both hypoallergenic and hypoallergenic refer to the condition of the pillow at the time of purchase.

„Allergen protective” pillows use a protective fabric that prevents allergens from entering the pillow during use. Pacific Coast uses a tightly woven fabric that is laboratory tested to ensure that tiny allergens cannot get through, yet still allow air to circulate.

Hypoallergenic pillows, or better yet, hypoallergenic pillows, are the first line of defense to reduce allergy symptoms. But the next crucial step is to use allergy-protective pillows to prevent allergens from getting into the pillow over time.

Pillow care for allergy sufferers

Taking good care of your pillows will help reduce allergy symptoms. Using a suitable bed linen cover and replacing it continuously will increase the lifespan of the pillow. Doctors recommend that pillowcases and covers are washed weekly in hot water at 130 degrees Celsius. They also encourage patients to wash their pillows regularly. Down and feather pillows are a great choice because they can be washed again and again without losing their shape or comfort. Unlike synthetic pillows, down and feather pillows are easy to wash every 3-6 months. Allergy pillows without zippered covers provide the necessary protection against allergens. Because the pillow fabric itself provides the protection, there is no need for a double layer, saving cost and maintenance time.

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