Learning more about allergy prevention is the best way to keep your symptoms under control. The educational videos below offer valuable information and tips on ways to lessen symptoms and find relief. Continue reading
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The allergy prevention community is robust. It is always working towards finding the latest products, prevention tips and information to help allergy sufferers lessen their symptoms. Education is one of the biggest battles. Learning all you can about what causes allergies and how to control and lessen allergy triggers is a big step towards finding relief. Continue reading
A single gram of dust can contain more than 100,000 waste particles from dust mites. A vast number of dust mites live in your bed, and it is their waste particles that cause nighttime allergy symptoms. This video will teach you about dust mites and how to stop them from triggering nighttime allergies. Continue reading
Take Action to Control Your Allergies
This set of guidelines, developed in accordance with the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Asthma Prevention Program, will help you to reduce allergen exposure in your home. The first place to start is in the bedroom. Continue reading
While sheets and other linens should be washed regularly in hot water or with an allergen-removing laundry detergent, Allergy Control® encasings need only be washed once a year or when soiled. When changing bed linens, you should gently vacuum or lightly wipe the encasing clean to remove surface allergens.
To care for your encasing, please follow the instructions below:
The above care instructions also apply to all discontinued Allergy Control® fabric-based encasings purchased in the past (such as Cotton Pure), but only non-membrane encasings.
For the most part, the above care instructions also apply to all discontinued Allergy Control® membrane-style encasings purchased in the past, (such as Micro Protection), except please:
Note on Bed Bugs:
If you have a bed bug problem and have covered your bedding in one of our encasings, then do not remove the encasing for at least 18 months. Bed bugs can lie dormant for up to 18 months, and they will resurface if the encasing is removed too early.
As a preventative step, an encasing designed to be bed bug proof can help prevent bed bugs from infesting your bed. If a problem arises with dormant bed bugs recurring after you have encased the bed or if you experience a serious bed bug infestation, additional steps and professional services designed to eradicate bed bugs will likely be necessary to remove these pests from your home. To learn more about bed bugs, click here.
The First Step
Controlling Allergens in the Bedroom
It is most important to focus on the bedroom first, since the bedroom is where you spend up to one-third of your day, and it is also where you come into contact with the biggest allergen source — your bed! What should be a clean and restful place is packed with up to 1 million dust mites that produce the allergens that cause your symptoms. Physicians recommend covering your bed in allergy encasings to find relief. Continue reading