The air isn't the only thing that can harbor sleep-disrupting allergens. Fabrics can also cling on to the dust that make us sniff and sneeze. If you suspect you're sheets are irritating you, try switching detergents first. Beyond this, you can also get special sheets, like Allery Armor Ultra ($111), that have a special lining and weave that act as barriers against dust mites.
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