Allergy Relief Patient Referrals
Welcome to AchooAllergy.com, one of the nation's fastest growing allergy relief products company. Since 2000, our commitment to help allergy sufferers has distinguished us from our competition. We only sell allergy relief products that are approved and used by our network of referring allergy physicians.
Top Three Ways to Limit Allergens
3 Easy Ways to Order
Call our order hotline at 1-800-339-7123 to place an order by telephone. Free shipping on orders over $59 to the continental U.S. with an easy and simple 60 Day Return Policy.
How to Reduce Allergen Exposure
Start With The Bed
Select from our BedCareÂ line of allergy pillows, comforters, mattress & duvet covers as well as a wide selection of pillows, blankets, and comforters.
Allergy relief bedding, also referred to as dust mite bedding, is specifically designed to prevent dust mites and other allergens from infesting your bed. Similar to sheets, these specially fitted covers physically block allergens from entering your bedding while trapping those already there (keeping them out of the air you breathe as you sleep). Allergy covers remain one of the easiest, low-cost ways to reduce allergens where you need it most. Shop for Mattress Covers or Pillow Covers.
Your pillow cradles you for eight hours during one of your most crucial activities: sleep. During those hours, it stays close to your face, directly affecting the air you breathe. Whether you enjoy the feel of down but can't handle the allergens or you're simply looking for a more hygienic, peaceful night's reprieve from dust mites, rest easier on an allergen-free pillow. Shop for Hypoallergenic Pillows.
A large part of keeping your bedding free of allergens is frequent washing, and this means having a blanket that can withstand that. Snuggle up with our selection of hypoallergenic and organic cotton blankets (American made & free of dyes & chemical residues). Shop for Blankets
Clean the Bedroom
We offer a wide range of cleaning products that eliminate dust mites and reduce allergen levels in the bedroom.
Beyond bedding, vacuum cleaners help control dust mites and dust mite feces, making the air in your bedroom cleaner and more breathable. A sealed system, HEPA filtration, and easy, hygienic disposal of the dust bag are keys to removing allergens while vacuuming or dusting. Shop for HEPA Vacuum Cleaners.
Maintaining a clean bedroom should be a #1 concern for those with allergies or asthma. Frequent cleaning can help keep dust mites, dust, animal dander, pollens, mold, mildew, and other allergens to a minimum, reducing your allergy symptoms. Shop for Dust Mite Products
While cleaning can be a simple way to reduce allergens, the act of cleaning itself can often trigger strong allergic reactions because you come in contact with offending allergens. Wearing a mask at these times can keep you from breathing in these allergens and help you stay symptom free. Shop for Allergy Masks.
Filter the Air in Your Bedroom
Eliminate airborne allergens in your bedroom with the use of an air purifier and keep humidity in check by using a humidifier or dehumidifier. While a quality air purifier can remove allergens like dust mites and mold spores, controlling the humidity can eliminate mold growth and severely hamper dust mites ability to survive in your home.
Using an air purifier can improve your indoor air quality and help alleviate your allergy symptoms. HEPA filtration is 99.97% effective in removing airborne particles as small as 0.3 microns. Shop for HEPA Air Purifiers.
Before the air reaches your bedroom, there's another line of defense that is often overlooking - your
HVAC filter. Using and regularly replacing HVAC or furnace air filters can safely and effectively improve the quality of the air throughout your home. Shop for Furnace and Window Filters.
Humidity control plays an important role in dust mite and mold allergies. Mold, which is often overlooked, can spark indoor allergy attacks, aggravate asthma, and even make an otherwise healthy person, sick. Shop for Dehumidifiers.