Hypoallergenic and Anti-Allergy Mattresses
Hypoallergenic and anti-allergy mattresses provide comfort and relief from symptoms of allergies and asthma. From small anti-allergy mattresses to king size, our hypoallergenic mattresses are made from natural allergen-resistant materials and are antibacterial, giving you a clean and allergy-free night’s sleep.
What is a hypoallergenic mattress?
A hypoallergenic mattress is a mattress that is made to reduce the effect of allergies and is less likely to trigger any reactions. These mattresses contain allergen-resistant materials and absorb moisture to naturally keep away common allergens.
Our hypoallergic and anti-allergy mattresses come in all sizes, from small, double, to a king hypoallergenic mattress. We also have different comfort grades such as medium, or firm, and types of anti-allergy mattresses such as foam or spring. So, no matter your preference, you can sleep allergy free.
What causes allergies in the bedroom?
There are lots of things in your bedroom that could be causing your allergies, but the most common allergens include dust, dust mites, mildew, pollen, and pet dander. Keeping your home and bedroom clean is the first port of call to keeping your allergies at bay but having a hypoallergenic mattress can help you sleep better at night.
Dust, pollen, and pet dander are all quite common. With dust and pollen, they are both airborne so can come from anywhere, from in through the window or on your clothes. Both can irritate your sinuses when going to sleep. If you have a pet – try to keep them out of your bedroom, as they can also carry dirt and pollen into your room, and no one want’s to be breathing in pet fur either!
Dust mites is the most common allergy in the bedroom. Every night we shed skin and lose moisture, and dust mites thrive in that environment. Dust mites often live in bedding or mattresses and can affect your sleeping by keeping you up all night sneezing, coughing, and having itchy or watery eyes. If you tend to overheat or sweat at night, there is also a possibility that mildew is growing in your mattress. Mildew thrives in humid bedroom environments and can lead to allergic reactions and asthma attacks.
Having a hypoallergenic mattress is perfect for those who suffer from all year allergies, seasonal hay fever, or asthma by making sure your sleeping environment is free from these allergens.
Benefits of a hypoallergenic mattress
As stated before, hypoallergenic mattresses are made with materials to absorb moisture and help to prevent dust mites and other allergens from penetrating the surface and settling within the mattress, which makes it less likely to trigger any reactions.
But also, hypoallergic mattresses are a great choice to keep your sleeping environment clean. These mattresses are antibacterial to help keep your mattress clean and fresh. Hypoallergenic mattress for kids are a great option as well, these can help to keep your child’s allergies at bay and help keep their bedroom safe and clean.
Types of hypoallergenic mattresses
Our range of Relyon mattresses feature Dunlopillo latex, which is a natural and sustainable material that helps to keep you cool while you sleep. These latex mattresses are breathable, have a soft layer of comfort and great support in relieving any aches and pains. These hypoallergenic mattresses also have anti-bacterial and anti-microbial properties.
Sealy mattresses offer great pressure relief and long-lasting comfort through the night. Sealy Smart Fibres are designed to help reduce dust mites and are endorsed by Allergy UK. They have a wide range of mattress including pocket sprung, traditional, and combination mattresses. These hypoallergenic mattresses are perfect for those with asthma. As well as hypoallergenic, Sealy’s mattresses are also anti-allergy.
Is hypoallergenic the same an anti-allergy mattress?
Hypoallergenic and anti-allergy mattresses are very similar, and both serve the same purpose of reducing allergies. However, the main difference between the two is that while hypoallergenic mattresses are less likely to trigger an allergy, anti-allergy mattresses have been made to combat the development of dust mites and therefore avoiding an allergic reaction.
The best mattress for your allergies
Alongside Sealy, Sleepeezee mattresses are great for your allergies. They have a range of anti-allergy mattresses that helps to reduce moisture at night, keeping you cool and free from allergens. A Sleepeezee anti-allergy mattress also has memory foam, which moulds to your body while you sleep giving you ultimate comfort while eliminating painful pressure points so you can sleep comfortable and allergy free.
Another great way to keep your bed free from allergies is to invest in an anti-allergy mattress protector or topper which can add more cushion and protect your mattress from damage, spillage, and combat dust mites. With a hypoallergenic or anti-allergy mattress, you can sleep soundly without your allergies keeping you up.