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Lying alone in your bed? Forget it! You may immediately think of an attractive partner to cuddle up to, or your child who can’t sleep. But even without the company of other people, pets or, if necessary, your teddy bear, you never sleep alone. Countless spider-like creatures live in your house: dust mites. And that’s okay, unless you’re allergic to it. Fortunately, an anti-allergy mattress can alleviate the complaints.
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House dust mites are creatures that you cannot see with the naked eye, they are 0.3 mm in size. They live in every home and office, preferably in places with high humidity and a temperature of about 25 degrees. Then you quickly end up with curtains, carpets, upholstered sofas, cuddly toys and especially pillows and mattresses. They live about three months and in between spawning, they eat their bellies full of skin flakes from you and any housemates and pets. In their short life, they poop about 200 times their own weight. That clears up the dead skin flakes and you don’t see anything, but if you’re allergic to it, all that mite poop is quite a nuisance, and you’d rather get rid of these critters than rich.
Those who are allergic to the feces of house dust mites often have complaints that resemble a cold, but then all year round. Think of frequent sneezing and a stuffy or runny nose. A full head, red running, watery, burning eyes and a general tired feeling also fit with a house dust mite allergy. Often the complaints are less outside. A doctor can determine whether you are indeed allergic to house dust mites and can give you rules to relieve the symptoms.
An anti-allergy mattress cover is essential in the fight against dust mite allergies. After all, you spend a large part of your life on your mattress. And dust mites love mattresses. It’s hot, humid and full of food! Other bed linen such as duvets and pillows, fitted sheets and covers are also a feast for house dust mites. By choosing allergen-proof materials, these critters have less chance. A good vacuum cleaner with a HEPA 13 filter is also important, as they keep the particulate matter in the vacuum cleaner and do not blow it back into your home. In addition, you can wash your bed linen, cushion covers and curtains more often.
An anti-allergic mattress or a hypoallergenic mattress cover from the Morningstar mattress is very suitable if you are allergic to house dust mites. The special allergy cover for the mattress contains the probiotic Purotex technology. Within two weeks, the number of house dust mite allergens drops by up to 90%, making this a very good house dust mite allergy mattress. Because the fewer allergens (faeces), the less trouble you will have with your nose and eyes. After all, tackling the problem at the source is the most effective solution. Looking for a mattress with this anti-allergenic cover? Both the Stellar mattress and the topper from Morningstar Sleeps have anti-allergenic covers.
Frequently Asked Questions
Those who are allergic to house dust mites are actually allergic to the excrement of these microscopic arachnid creatures. The mites like to live in warm and damp textiles, such as carpets, curtains, upholstered furniture, pillows and mattresses. Living and working in such areas can cause a lot of irritation to the nose and eyes in case of a house dust mite allergy.
A mattress with an anti-allergy cover is essential if you are allergic to dust mites. The critters love mattresses, and you spend a third of your time on them. So just by tackling them there with an anti-allergy mattress from Morningstar, you can enjoy a wonderful sleep every night without complaints.
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