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Why are we increasingly buying antiallergic blankets?

Why are we increasingly buying antiallergic blankets?


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More and more people are suffering from allergies. It is estimated that currently every second / third child is diagnosed with this currently most popular chronic disease. Unfortunately, while ways to reduce the risk of developing allergies are known, there is no clear way to protect your child from its symptoms. For this reason, more and more parents, when planning a layette for an infant and an older child, assume the risk of developing allergies and opt for anti-allergic bedding. Manufacturers are up to the challenge and offer anti-allergic quilts - lightweight, easy to clean.

A dream and choices related to it

Newborns can sleep most of the day and although they do not always lie in the crib at that time, because they often nap on the hands of parents, in rockers, car seats, headscarves, there is no doubt that the arrangement of the sleeping place is of great importance. Not all parents decide to buy a quilt for a newborn baby because they choose a horn or a swaddle. However, with time, the choice becomes obvious, for a younger and older child we choose a quilt and pillow.

Often, at the outset, we decide on allergic quilts that are easy to clean. They can be washed, dried, ventilated without any problems, and at the same time have additional functions that make them resistant to the negative effects of external factors, including allergens.

Read: a cone, a swaddle or maybe a quilt.

How to choose anti-allergy blankets?

Antiallergic blankets can be ordered in summer, winter and year-round version. Manufacturers offer both quilts and sets with pillows.

Allergic quilts are distinguished primarily by the contribution, it is usually chosen so that it does not collect dust and mites. The most recommended are:

  • antiallergic corn quilts - recommended especially for children with skin allergies, they can be washed in 60 degrees, are pleasant to use,
  • antiallergic bamboo quilts - they are made of fibers with natural antibacterial and anti-allergic properties, are not contaminated with any additives that could cause allergic reactions, are airy and very soft,
  • antiallergic quilts with the addition of silk - they are allergy friendly, light, recommended for people who do not require a very warm coat,
  • antiallergic synthetic quilts - the most popular type extremely often chosen by parents of young children. Affordable, with silicone filling are among the cheapest. Models with bioactive fibers made of modified cellulose additionally protect against the growth of bacteria and mold.

When choosing anti-allergenic duvets, remember that in addition to filling, covers are also important. For extremely sensitive skin, the best will be those in natural colors, without unnecessary dyes. To enhance the effect of quilts and antiallergic pillows, some specialists recommend the use of special anti-mite covers.

Allergy blankets should be washed every two weeks at a minimum temperature of 60 degrees.

What quilts are not for people with allergies?

For allergy sufferers the heat will not work filled comforter, which has a charge of goose or duck down. Such a quilt perfectly insulates against the cold, allows the skin to breathe and wicks moisture away. Similarly, it is not recommended for allergy sufferers feather quilt which is filled with natural resources - feathers along with down. Not the best choice woolen quilt, which, although warm, can lead to negative allergic reactions.