Many people find that their allergies are worst while sleeping. They have poor nights’ sleep because of the nighttime allergy. But the situation didn't get better after taking the medicines and preventatives. If you’re suffering from the same problem, you may need to invest a hypoallergenic mattress. Because your old mattress might have trapped a host of allergens (dust mite feces, mildew, old skin cells and so on).

What Is a Mattress for Allergies?

A mattress for allergies is made with some special anti-allergen materials to keep out allergy symptoms such as dust mites, insects, mildew, pollen, and pet dander. This is helpful for preventing the triggering and manifestation of an allergy episode.

List of Best Hypoallergenic Mattress in 2021

1. Maxzzz 10 Inch 7-Zone Pocket Spring Mattress

Maxzzz 10 Inch 7-Zone Pocket Spring Mattress has a hypoallergenic and breathable cover. It has moisture and odor control. Dust mites cannot stay on this mattress, allowing a healthy environment and peaceful sleep. No doubt, its an ideal choice for Asthma and allergy sufferers.


Whats more, with tempered steel coils, anti-collapse edge support system, Maxzzz high density memory foam mattress can ensure the ultimate support to each part of body and pressure relief.


With individual pocket springs, this 10 Inch memory foam mattress is able to contour precisely to body and alleviate motion disturbance between partners. You will sleep peacefully and quietly.

2. Maxzzz 6 Inch Gel Infused Memory Foam Mattress

The top cover of Maxzzz 6 inch mattress is skin-friendly and hypo-allergenic. Its helpful to keep disturbing allergens and chemicals away from your sleep space.


Maxzzz 6 Inch Mattress is medium-firm. This supportive and comfortable memory foam mattress is made of ventilated gel-infused memory foam, comfort foam and high density base foam.


In addition, Maxzzz Mattress is compressed and packaged in a box for shipping, it is easily for the delivery and expand to its full lofty shape.

Four Main Culprits that Cause Allergies in Bed

Dust Mite Feces

According to the report of the AAFA, dust mite feces are one of the most common triggers of allergies. You may not actually be allergic to insect, but their waste products! Their feces can accumulate in the corners and crannies of mattresses.

Mold and Mildew

Mold and mildew usually love to grow in damp places. Their spread speed is very quick, especially when you live in a moisture-rich environment or if you’re a sweaty sleeper. You need to deal with this allergen properly, or it will bring upon a number of unpleasant symptoms.

Chemical Components

Fire retardant in some mattresses is made of cheap and synthetic materials, which will cause allergies. So its very important to pay attention to the materials while picking a new mattress.   

Pet Dander

Pets are lovely. Its sweet to allow pets sleep in bed with us. But for people who suffer from allergies, its not a wise decision. After spending time outdoors, pets could pick up all the other environmental allergens, which will intensify the allergy issue.

Other Tips for Sleeping Better with Allergies

Keep Bed Clean

Wash the sheets, pillow and mattress cover frequently. If the the weather permits, after washing, don’t forget to put them and mattress in the sun. The best temperature for reproduction and survival of dust mites is 15~35. So if the the weather permits, after washing, don’t forget to put them and mattress in the sun. The sun can help kill off bacteria that hides in the mattress.

Keep Air Fresh

Placing a dehumidifier or air purifier in room is a good choice for those who suffer from allergies. It will help trap dust mites, larger particulates and eliminate allergens.

Sleep with Right Position

For most people, sleeping on back is a comfortable sleeping position. But if you have a problem with allergies, it will make things worse. While sleeping on back, the base of the tongue drops, it could trigger a sleep apnea episode. Sleeping on side can help.  Besides, you should also use a pillow for side sleeper to provide proper support.


If your allergy sensitivities get worse at night and impact your sleep, maybe its time to change a mattress. Outside elements are usually considered as main culprits that cause allergies. But sometimes your mattress is the source of the problem.  Fortunately , this problem is not hard to solve. A good hypoallergenic mattress can help keep allergies away from your bed and provide a comfortable sleeping experience.

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