For allergy sufferers, getting to sleep can be more hassle than it sounds. Therefore we have compiled a list of the best tips and advice for those looking to sleep without their allergies affecting them. Roughly 1 in 3 of us will suffer from an allergy at some point in our lives, therefore it is important that we don’t let these allergies interfere with our sleep.

Anti-Allergy Bedding

Bedding is one of the main factors that can trigger allergies, especially if you suffer from goose feather allergy etc. Anti-allergy bedding is especially useful for young children, as they are more vulnerable to allergies than adults. Anti-allergy bedding is made from expert fabrics and hypoallergenic finishes. With bacteria-neutralising fillings that are designed to reduce allergic and asthmatic reactions for a peaceful night’s sleep.

Vacuum Regularly

Carpet is another popular place for dust mites. Try replacing bedroom carpet with hardwood floors or linoleum and washable rug areas. If you must have carpet in your bedroom, you should vacuum your carpet at least once a week. You should also vacuum your mattress as well, in order to remove any dust mites that may be hidden in your mattress.

No Pets In Your Bedroom

Your pets may love to snuggle up with you or lounge around on your bed. But you may find that your furry family members can carry allergens. Ideally, your pet should sleep somewhere else, but if you can’t sleep without your pet, you should ensure that you vacuum your bedroom more often.


Overall, getting to sleep whilst suffering from allergies doesn’t need to be a big deal. The best advice that we could give to you is to invest in some anti-allergy bedding and to regularly hoover your bedroom. This is because the tidier you keep your bedroom, the less likely your allergies are to be triggered.


24 and living in London. Production manager within the bed industry. I have a strong passion for beds and football. In my spare time I love going on long car journeys around Europe with my lovely wife, Cara.

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