Can a Waterbed offer allergy relief?

No matter how much we wash and shower, we all shed skin constantly. These particles sink into a regular mattress and become impossible to remove, providing the perfect feeding ground for countless dust mites. An average bed can hold up to 2 million dust mites - a microscopic relative of the spider that feeds on dead skin and general household debris. Although this is not always a problem, for allergy sufferers it can mean waking up every day with a blocked nose, stinging eyes, or even a more serious respiratory problem. The distressing symptoms of allergies, asthma and eczema are aggravated by a substance in the droppings of the house dust mite, and reducing the numbers of these mites can make a considerable difference to their symptoms.

A waterbed zip top can be removed and washed and the main water mattress has no fabric for the dust-mites to live in and the surface is easily wiped every now and then to keep it as clean as you like. When used in conjunction with anti-allergy bedding a waterbed can provide substantial relief for allergy and asthma sufferers. Without the normal allergic reactions to your bedding, your quality of sleep can improve dramatically, allowing your body to stop fighting its environment and concentrate on sleep.


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