Best Mattress for Allergy Sufferers

Memory Foam and Latex

Certain memory foam and latex solutions have anti-microbial and anti-dust mite properties which promote a cleaner and healthier sleep environment. Over the years, dead skin cells, dust, bacteria, and other potential irritants can collect in your mattress. While at the microscopic level we are usually able to cope with this type of filth, those with sensitive allergies or asthma are at risk of these contaminants triggering an episode. The anti-microbial and anti-dust mite properties of certain memory foams and latex solutions can reduce these contaminants for a lower likelihood of irritation in the sleep environment.

Lay Your Allergies to Rest

Allergy sufferers know how difficult it can be to get deep, restful sleep while battling itchy eyes and a tickly throat. Though a mattress can't prevent allergies, it can have an effect on how clean your sleeping environment is. Mattresses that allow for the growth of bacteria, dust mites, and other allergens can leave sufferers fighting an uphill battle to relax with potential irritants about. The only thing worse than a bad allergy night is being drowsy during a bad allergy day because you slept poorly the night before. And though we don't have the cure to your allergies, we do have the mattress expertise to hopefully improve your sleep by reducing allergens in your sleep environment. Below are some suggestions of mattresses best suited for allergy sufferers.

Quick Tips for Allergy Sufferers

Here are a few quick tips from The Cleveland Clinic for sleeping with allergies.

  1. Use zippered covers for your pillow, mattress, and box springs to keep dust mites at bay.
  2. Try to use air conditioning instead of a ceiling fan. A fan will throw dust around the room. If using a window air conditioner make sure it is recirculating inside air, and keep it clean to avoid mold.
  3. Keep yourself and your laundry clean. Keeping dirt from yourself or your clothes could cause issues with your allergies if you bring in dander, pollen, or some other allergen into your bedroom.
  4. There are several over-the-counter allergy medications available. Check with a doctor if you are unsure which is best for you.

Our Expert Recommendations

In this selection, you will find the mattresses that our experts have chosen as the best to help allergy sufferers avoid nighttime irritation. These mattresses can't ensure allergy free nights, as external factors in the bedroom can cause irritation, but they will provide you with the best bet for a clean mattress resistant to dust mites and other potential allergy triggers. If you're unsure which type of mattress is best for your particular allergies, or if you don't know which will support your sleeping style the best, then don't hesitate to dial 1-800-455-1052 to speak with one of our friendly mattress experts who will gladly help you find your perfect match.

Mattresses That Can Help With Allergies