Create a Room Free of Asmas and Allergies
When one suffers from asthma or allergies, the arrival of spring may not be good news and it can be hard to get a good night's sleep. Allergens irritate the nasal passages when they enter your nose, and this can often trigger symptoms that can cause insomnia, thereby adversely affecting the quality of sleep. These symptoms, such as nasal congestion, watery eyes, sneezing or snoring, affect the ability to breathe easily, and lead to poor sleep quality.
Lack of sleep, making you too tired, can-and affects-your mood; productivity levels drop, reaction times are slower and we become more impatient. Together with below normal performance, this can have a significant and negative impact on your mental health and personal well-being. Lack of sleep creates a negative cycle: poor sleep leads to increased stress levels and feelings of anxiety, thus making the "task" of falling asleep more difficult, resulting in lack of sleep. And so it goes on. Breaking the cycle, although not so easy, can radically improve things.
Get rid of the mites in your room
Fitting is not, however, the only challenge and can also be affected by allergies and asthma. Failing can be equally difficult, with a regular awakening due to discomfort or reactions making you even more tired. It is important, therefore, to find anti-allergic bed solutions, such as anti-mites sheets to ensure that an asthma and allergy free zone can be maintained. There are a number of ways to ensure that your room is safe from causes of asthma or allergy-related discomfort.
The main thing to take into account is the eradication of mites.
Mites cause allergic reactions and are a danger to those who are prone to asthma attacks. Mites thrive in most rooms due to the amount of fabric and soft materials. Bedding tends to be the most common area where we find a higher concentration of mites. It is recommended to wash each and every bed linen weekly, to remove all traces of mites. Sleeping on hypoallergenic sheets is another highly recommended solution to ensure that your room remains a safe space where you can easily sleep.
The best bedding for allergies
Certain materials, such as bamboo, are ideal for bed sheets and bedding as they are anti-dust mites, since the properties themselves are naturally hypoallergenic. Momo's sheets Cotton Are easily washable and naturally hypoallergenic, which makes it easier to have an allergy-friendly sleeping room.
Although limiting exposure to mites is essential, many asthmatics also have other triggers. One of them is high humidity, which leads to a worsening of symptoms due not only to mites, but also to mildew, both thriving in humid conditions.
Once again, bamboo bedding can offer the perfect solution to achieve a comfortable bed and free of dust mites and allergies at an affordable price. Bamboo bedding, although more expensive than cheap cotton options (which could not withstand continuous washing at high temperatures), is far more affordable than expensive 'top-quality' cotton options. Bamboo also offers an unmatched level of durability.
Altogether more durable and affordable, with antibacterial and hypoallergenic properties, bamboo is a widely recommended choice. In addition, the cultivation of bamboo does not require the use of potentially toxic pesticides or agrochemicals, making it a friendly option for sensitive skin, especially important for those susceptible to allergic reactions.
Having a bed free of mites and hypoallergenic can have a positive impact on the sleep of the whole family, and subsequent mental and physical health and well-being.
Not only will the occurrence of asthma-related episodes or allergies decrease significantly, you will also be able to fall asleep more easily and have a deeper and longer-lasting sleep.