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6 Ways To Sleep Amazingly Better With Allergies

6 Ways To Sleep Amazingly Better With Allergies
Seasonal allergies can strike at any time during the year, especially if you live in an area that is prone to the occasional warm day during the colder months. When it comes to sleepless, restless nights thanks to those pesky allergy symptoms - have no fear. Making a few changes in the bedroom will help you kick allergies to the curb and get some really good rest.

Keep The Pets Out
Pets may snore, pounce on you, growl, howl, bark or whine in their sleep. They can also trigger allergies when you breath in their dandruff and hair. One of the best ways to reduce allergies is to keep your pets out of the bedroom - especially during warm months.

Get A HEPA filter
A HEPA filter is a great way to reduce the amount of pollen, dust and pet dander in the air of your bedroom. High-efficiency particulate air filters actually trap all that allergy inducing debris in a thin mesh filter as the air passes through. Keeping your room at a cool 60 degrees fahrenheit can also keep the allergy inducing dander out of the air too!

Go For Clean Linens
Wash your sheets, in hot water, more often and you’ll start to reduce nighttime allergy symptoms. You might find that doing laundry at least once a week doesn’t work with your busy schedule. In that case keep an extra set of sheets on hand, stored in a clean cabinet, that isn’t prone to dust that can trigger allergies.

Get Fresh and Clean Before Bed
A great way to reduce allergies before bed is to shower and get all that allergy inducing dander and dead skin cells off your body. Exfoliating once a week is a great way to keep squeaky clean if you suffer from allergies. Showering before bed instead of in the morning will also help keep all that pollen you collected on your skin and hair from getting on your clean sheets.

Out With The Old
Sometimes you might just need a new pillow or mattress. While these bedroom essentials are harder to clean, they can really hold in the dust, pollen and mold. Mattresses should be replaced every 7-10 years while pillows should be replaced, sometimes every 6 months. A great way to keep dander at bay is to spray them weekly, when you put your sheets in the wash, with a disinfectant spray to tackle what could be lurking around that you can’t really clean.

Grab An Energizing Shower
Energize your shower and you’ll start to wake up more happy. Simply, shower with eucalyptus when you get up in the morning. Not only will it open nasal passages that can get clogged at night - but you’ll be ready to take on the day fully rested and allergy free!

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