Tagged: allergies

Study: Mattress Protector Not Helping With Allergies?

A study that was published in the Annals of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology says that dust mite covers, also known as mattress protectors, have only a small and insignificant effect in the reduction of allergic reactions among people who are prone to develop the symptoms of allergies.

Allergy Mattress from Japan

Designed to help with allergy control, this mattress, which is a Japanese made mattress that is part of the Asleep Series from a company called Aisin, is intended to curb allergies to as much as 90%. For anyone suffering from this, it’s actually a huge thing, particularly when it promises sleep that is not interrupted by all the whizzing, coughing and the difficulty in breathing that usually comes with allergy attacks.

Replacing Mattresses? How Often?

Industry standards dictate that a mattress must be replaced when it’s been used beyond eight years. But a street survey done by this broadcasting company indicate that in reality, people still sleep in mattresses that are twenty years or older.

The Wrong Mattress To Buy If You Are Prone to Allergies

The weather during winter season usually exarcerbates allergies, making one feel very uncomfortable and unable to sleep well at night. For many people, the culprit could be the mattress, particularly when this mattress is construction as a traditional innerspring mattress.

Why is this type of mattress bad for people with allergies?

Spring Air Releases Breathe Line and Indulges in Media Tour

With the colder months coming in, Spring Air has launched a media tour that will help promote their newest Breatheā„¢ line, a collection of mattresses that is meant to help asthma and allergy sufferings.

The media tour comprises live and pre-taped interviews with doctrs and representatives of the Asthma & Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA). To speak before the panel is Dr. Beth Corn, who is a specialist at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City.

3 Signs Your Mattress May Need Replacement

If you’re not getting good sleep and you have rule out any sickness you may have, your mattress can be the reason why this is still happening. It may be time to replace it. Here are a few reasons to consider when your mattress may need replacement:

1. You wake up with stiffness and pain in your body. Your mattress has already worn out and your body imprints are already embedded on it that it’s not enough to relieve the pressure points. The mattress has lose its comfortability. Not only does it bring stiffness and pain, it also keeps you tossing and turning at night.

AlwaysFresh Puresleep Mattress Protector

Therapedic International is releasing the very first mattress protector that also works to eliminate odor on the mattress.

This is especially helpful for those living in dormitories, such as with college kids, who surely do not want to sleep in a mattress that has already been slept on by hundreds of other people.

Who Can Use Latex Mattresses?

Latex mattress are known to provide fantastic support and feel, which makes sleep a lot more comfortable, rejuvenating and relaxing. A latex mattress is made to conform to the body’s shape, which is why people who have been using it are swearing by its quality, in spite of it’s price.

Why It’s Good To Have Organic Beds for Pets

Caring for dogs over the years has evolved into a different lifestyle. People now take extra measures to give the best to their furry pets, many of them treating theirs like their own kids. As a pet-mom myself, I’ve seen a good number of pet beds. Some of these are quite pricey and are truly made of high quality materials. If you aren’t sympathetic to pets, you would think this is a luxury, given that some people can’t even sleep in good beds. But if you are a pet lover, you would understand why a good bed is a necessity.

Invisicase Mattress Protector

Prevent dust mites from breeding on to your mattress with this mattress protector. It’s made waterproof and comes with terry cloth top, for a more comfortable and cool surface to sleep on. Dust mites causes allergies and asthma, as well as eczema and rhinitis. Take care of your health and use a protector.

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