We’ve transitioned into spring and the beauty of the blossoms is springing up all around us. Unfortunately for some, spring can also mark the beginning of allergy season, which can mean headaches, itchy eyes and seemingly endless sneezing.

 

They say that ‘home is where the heart is’ and the bedroom is the heart of the home; your haven and sanctuary after a long day.

 

This season, avoid the symptoms of spring and keep your sanctuary allergy free with these helpful tips.

 

 

Air Purifiers –

Dust, pollen, mould spores and other allergens that float around in the air are common features in any home and are a major trigger for allergic reactions during the spring time.

Installing an air purifier in your home will work to filter and purify the air around you, removing the contaminants and clearing way for you to breathe easily, reducing the risk of allergic reactions. 

 

Dehumidifier –

Moisture in the air is one of the most favourable conditions for Allergens and other airborne particles to spread and contaminate your environment.

Dehumidifiers remove excess moisture from the air, reducing the risk of mould particles from spreading and helping to improve the overall quality of the air that you’re breathing.

50% is the recommended level of humidity for your home with dehumidifiers working to maintain the balance.

 

Spring clean for Spring  –

Regular cleaning can go a long way towards keeping your environment allergen free. It’s time to tackle the dust and embrace an allergy free bedroom once and for all.

All the gadgets and technology in the world can keep your environment allergy free but if you don’t keep up with regular cleaning, dust particles and other allergens can begin to settle in and build up around your furniture, carpets, linens and surfaces.

A deep clean at the beginning of each season, as well as regular cleaning during the week, goes a long way to keeping dust and therefore allergies, at bay.

 

Pet and Pest free –

Pets. As much as we love the, unfortunately, they are walking, snorting allergen carriers. Whether they sleep on your bed, in your bed or just inside the doorway, allowing your pet in your bedroom can be a major source of allergies.

Keeping your door closed and your pet out will go a long way to securing an allergy free environment for your home this spring season.

 

Hypoallergenic bedding

Hypoallergenic bedding is not the miracle cure for your allergies this spring however it goes a long way towards limiting tour exposure to allergens while you sleep. Hypoallergenic bedding has tightly weab=ved  fabrics and production environments can make all the difference to helping you get a night full of snoozes, not sneezes.


Browse our range of hypoallergenic bedding to help keep your home allery-free this spring. 

Do you know of any tips or tricks to help you keep your sanctuary allergy free this season?