Everybody Needs Allergy Free Bedding – How Can You Have That

The bedroom is not only a place to sleep, but also a place where you feel most comfortable. This is one spot in the whole house where you enjoy complete privacy. What happens however, if whenever you are in the bedroom or on the bed you get the worst type of allergy and start sneezing, have your eyes water and what not? Do you go and sleep on the couch? Or do you try to get an allergy free bedding and regain your bedroom?

It Is Easy To Get  An Allergy Free Bedding – Without Buying A New One

There are many ways to keep your bedding allergy free. A few of these are described here. You need not adopt all of them; just check out what suits you and do accordingly. As you would see, this is not very difficult and in the end you would have an exceedingly comfortable bedroom.

First of all you need to know why you are getting allergy. Most of the house allergies are due to dust mites and these dust mites are live organisms which live and breed happily in your bedding if these are not cleaned well enough. Bed hygiene demands that you change your bed sheets every week and have these washed with hot water; the mattress pads (if you use these) and any blankets should be washed every two weeks and your pillows every month once. This would destroy the dust mites if they get hold of your bedding.

It is very important when you wash your bedclothes to use hot water exclusively because cold water encourages the growth of dust mites and therefore it works against your purpose.

If you are unable to wash your bedding as frequently ensure that you insulate it by encasing it in dust-free covers. Ensure that you sun your bedding at least once a month so the dust mites would die. In case you do not find dust-free covers you could use simple plastic of vinyl covers to seal your bedding from dust mites. This would ensure that you have allergy free bedding all year round.

For foolproof allergy free bedding you need to stay away natural fiber pillows and quilts because down, feathers or kapok however well washed and sanitized they still encourage micro-organisms to grow on them; and these in turn create the allergy you want to avoid.

Beware that the allergy you may be suffering from may not come only from the bedding. For all you know you might be already having allergy free bedding but still suffer from allergy reactions. Check out the blinds, the drapes and the like- these might be housing the dust mites you are trying to avoid.

Lastly, maintain the room’s humidity at 25-40% as this would kill the dust mites; you could use an air conditioner or air dehumidifier for this purpose.


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2 Responses to “Everybody Needs Allergy Free Bedding – How Can You Have That”

  1. The Bed Med of Sioux Falls Says:

    Sleeping With the Enemy? The average mattress has 2 million disgusting dust mites breeding, feasting, and depositing billions of feces!

    But that’s not even the most disgusting part! We shed thousand of skin scales everyday, and millions in a year. Most of this is in your mattress. The decaying skin results in fungus, bacteria, viruses, and more!

    Did you know that the weight of the average mattress DOUBLES every ten years due to dust mite infestation? Your sheets and pillow cases DO NOT protect you!

    Want a peaceful night’s rest on a clean, healthy, and sanitized mattress? Are you concerned that your family and friends may be in danger every time they sleep? Indoor allergens can cause permanent, life-long diseases! Especially in children!

    The Bed Med service offers major health benefits to our customers. Your bed may be the one item that has never been thoroughly or professionally cleaned, which can make it the dirtiest item in your house!

    Would you like to help prevent any of the following symptoms? Or, do you already have them?

    • Allergies

    • Asthma

    • Cold or flu

    • Asthma
    • Eczema
    • Hay Fever

    • Depression

    • Sneezing
    • Coughing or Bronchitis
    • Stuffy Nose
    • Itchy Red Eyes
    • Headaches
    • Sinus Pain

    • Fatigue

  2. The Bed Med of Sioux Falls Says:

    We use a three stage process:

    First we start off by using our patented high powered vacuum head that generates high frequency (HF) waves. These HF waves pulverize and loosen the dust mites and their excrement along with any other dust, spores and bacteria that may be in your mattress. These are then eliminated and contained in our special HEPA filter, which traps 99.97 percent of everything it collects. With this type of filter entrapment, you can rest assured what comes out of your mattress won’t end up in the air you breathe.

    After the thorough vacuuming, we proceed to our UVC Germicidal light. Unlike other units used in the market, our UVC light is a stand alone unit. This allows us to focus more on the sanitizing process and it also produces a stronger, more intensive penetrable light. As the UVC light moves across your mattress, the rays penetrate and kill any dust mites, bacteria, viruses, and spores that may of been left behind. Leaving them incapable of reproducing and causing further damage.

    The final step in the process is to spray the surfaces with our Anti-Allergen Sanitizing spray. Our sanitizing spray is an Anti-Allergen solution containing ingredients that are proven effective against household dust mites. Derived from natural rock and extracts from plant seeds, the ingredients work together by instantly neutralizing and rendering harmless protein allergens created by dust mites. The dust mite spray is not a drug or pesticide. It actually de-natures and substantially reduces the anti-body binding capacity of the allergens in dust mite droppings so that they are not recognizable by the body’s immune system. Depending on how severe your allergies, if used weekly this will reduce the frequency that your mattress needs to be cleaned. It is safe for people, pets and the environment. Our sanitizing spray can be applied to mattresses, bedding, upholstery and all surfaces that are washable.

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