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Blog The best bedding for allergies: a buyer's guide

The best bedding for allergies: a buyer's guide

Are you suffering from allergies, and looking for the best bedding to reduce your symptoms and improve your sleep? In this buyer's guide, we'll go over some of the key factors to consider when choosing bedding for allergies, and we'll provide some top recommendations for different types of bedding.

Consider the material of the bedding. The material of the bedding will affect the hypoallergenic and antimicrobial properties of the bedding, so it's important to choose the right material. Some popular materials for bedding for allergies include microfiber, bamboo, and Tencel. Consider the Rest Silvercool Sheet Set which is woven with IONIC+ Antimicrobial Technology silver yarn for antimicrobial sheets. Also consider the Rest Original Duvet filled with hypoallergenic down.

Based on these factors, here are some top recommendations for different types of bedding for allergies:

Sheets: The best sheets for allergies and asthma are made of high-quality materials, such as bamboo or performance microfiber. They are hypoallergenic and can be antimicrobial. Consider the Rest Silvercool Sheet Set which woven with IONIC+ Antimicrobial Technology silver yarn for antimicrobial sheets. 

Blankets: The best blankets for allergies and asthma are made of high-quality materials and have a hypoallergenic and antimicrobial construction. Consider the Rest Original Duvet filled with hypoallergenic down. This down duvet is soft, lightweight, and hypoallergenic, and can provide warmth and insulation without triggering allergies symptoms.

In conclusion, choosing the best bedding for allergies is essential for a healthy and allergy-free night's sleep. Consider the material, thread count, and weave of the bedding, and choose the bedding that feels best to you. Also, consider the colors and patterns, and choose bedding that enhances and complements your bedroom decor. With the right bedding for allergies, you can create a clean and healthy sleeping environment, and enjoy a good night's sleep and wake up feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.

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