Could I be allergic to my memory foam mattress?

Could I be allergic to my memory foam mattress?

You may not expect your mattress to be the culprit, but some mattresses can be the ideal place for dust mites, pet dander, mold, and mildew. These allergens often cause nasal congestion, sneezing, watery eyes, a runny nose, and coughing.

Why does my mattress make me itch?

Well, dust mites could be the culprit. Dust mites are microscopic bugs that can cause dust mite allergies and really make a person miserable at night when they should be sleeping soundly in their bed! Dust mite allergies may be an issue if you find that your symptoms become worse when cleaning or going to bed.

How do you tell if you have mites in your bed?

Symptoms of dust mite allergy include sneezing, runny nose, itchy nose, and nasal congestion. If you have asthma, dust mites can cause you to wheeze more and need more asthma medicine. You may have more asthma symptoms at night, when you are lying in a bed infested with dust mites.

What am I allergic to in my bed?

Indoor allergens including dust mites, pet dander, and pollen are a few examples. Dust mites could live in your bedroom. Pet dander, which is skin (as well as urine and saliva) and not fur, can stick to your clothing or bedding and cause allergy symptoms that way.

Why is my whole body itches at night?

Circadian rhythm

In the evening, the body releases more heat, and blood flow to the skin increases, which may contribute to nighttime itching. In addition, skin loses water at night, resulting in dryness that can make you itchy.

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