The connection between your pillow, allergies and sleep disorders

  • We spend a third of our lives with our heads on our pillows, which can aggravate allergies and disrupt your sleep quality?
  •  Pillows harbour an ecosystem of allergens that can trigger conditions like asthma, eczema and hay fever, with the biggest culprits being dust mites.
  • Atopic diseases such as asthma and allergic rhinitis are common conditions that can influence sleep, and subsequently your functionality during the daytime.
  • Vacuuming your pillows regularly can help eliminate dirt, allergens, and dust mites that accumulate over time, keeping them fresh and clean promoting a healthier sleeping environment.
  • Like carpets and upholstery, your pillow and bed are a trap for pollen, dust mite feces, molds, fungi, allergens, bacteria, mildew, viruses, animal dander, cat saliva. All these allergens become airborne as we toss and turn each night and inhaled, causing allergies and asthma.
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