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A big part of our time is spent in our bed. Most people often belittle the effects of their bedding selections on their health. Bed bugs, mold, allergens, and dust mites may accumulate and multiply in your mattress. Failing to take precautionary measures may put you at risk. In which case, it is important to make sure to take time to learn about the effects of your beddings on your health.

Your body can suffer from different allergic reactions

Reactions produced by a bite from a bed bug usually don’t have any signs except for a tiny hole at the site of the bite. Around 60% of people bitten by bed bugs don’t manifest any signs. Those that need medical attention have itchy red spots that are normally 2 to 5 millimeters. These are usually resolved within 1 week. The degree of itchiness and size of the spots may become worse in people who get repeatedly bitten.

If luck is not on your side, you may experience severe skin reactions. These may include itchy wheals, diffuse hives, or small red bumps at the location of the bite. Rashes that are blister-like may appear if you receive more bites. Some reactions may produce hard bumps or itchy papules that become infected when scratched. These may last for weeks and require medical care.

Using hypoallergenic comforters can do wonders for you

Hypoallergenic comforters are made out of tightly woven fabric. They can protect you from pests that originate from the environment or your pets. Some bed bugs and dust mites might go to your bed if you let animals sit or sleep on your bed. The pore size used in the fabric is small enough to help eliminate bed bugs and dust mites. It’s almost impossible for these pests to enter through the material.

Hypoallergenic comforters also have impermeable membranes and backings that help prevent and decrease the spread of allergens. They also help prevent moisture from penetrating your mattress

Choose from a wide selection of pore sizes and thread counts depending on your preferences. There are different types of hypoallergenic comforters:

  •         Wool – this material can keep you warm effectively. It is a heavy fabric that protects your bed from dust mites, allergens and moisture.
  •         Silk – this is the softest fabric you can buy on the market. It has natural anti-microbial properties that will protect you against bed bugs, mildew, and mold. It is lightweight. It has also been certified to be free from toxins and chemicals by Oeko-Tex. This will spare you from being affected by irritants and other particles.
  •         Down – this fabric was designed for comfort. Even though it is not that effective in repelling moisture like wool and silk, it can reduce the risk of getting triggered by allergens. It is also quite affordable.

Buy hypoallergenic comforters from Mattress World

Not only do hypoallergenic comforters make you sleep soundly at night, it will also protect you from getting unexpected allergic reactions that might need medical attention.

There is a wide variety of high-quality hypoallergenic comforters available right here in Mattress World. Call us for more details.

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