Have you been
Slumber
jacked?
Have you been...
Slumberjacked?
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Do you go to bed breathing
easy
then transform into a
stuffy-nosed
mouth breather?
Yes
No
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Do you find yourself
popping
allergy pills,
searching
the Internet for natural remedies or
doubling
cleaning efforts during seasonal changes?
Yes
No
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I
typically
fall asleep to the sounds of...
The mind-numbing-buzz-saw-snoring of my significant other
My kid's sneezing/running nose
My insufferable neighbor
(seriously, what is going on over there?)
The TV
Pure bliss
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What's
in bed with you?
(Check all that apply)
My phone/tablet and a bunch of status updates
A box of tissues
My pet
My significant other
My inhaler
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Ahhh
... the smell of fresh cut grass makes me want to
(Check all that apply)
Run and play outside
Kick back with a cold one
Hide inside my house
Ah-choo!
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My
mattress...
Is pristine and new
Still has some miles left on it
Has seen better days
Came with my current apartment/dorm/house
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You've been...
Slumberjacked!
No mite about it, you sound like an allergy sufferer. Though allergy medicines can help, you can kick your sniffles to the curb and
take back your Zzzzz's
by:
1.
Washing your entire bedding once a week
2.
Washing your pillows twice a year and cover your mattress and pillow with AllerEase protectors - keeping dust mites in and pollen out of your bedding.
3.
Vacuuming often and everywhere (your couch isn't that heavy... move it and get under there!)
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Your family's been...
Slumberjacked!
Doesn’t look like you suffer from allergies, but it sure sounds like someone in your house just might. Help them help you by:
1.
Making it a habit to wash your bedding once a week
2.
Fighting the urge to open the windows on that perfect spring day...Ah-CHOO!
3.
Replacing their mattress covers with an AllerEase allergy-proof protector
4.
Investing in a dehumidifier to temper moist areas, where dust mites THRIVE!
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You're living the dream,
sleeping beauty...
Dust mites may not be jacking your blissful slumber yet, but over time, dust mite buildup can start to affect even non-allergy sufferers. Ensure a restful night's sleep by using allergen barrier mattress and pillow protectors, like AllerEase, and washing your bedding once per week.
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Allergies
may
not
be the root of your jacked slumber but
maybe
your pet or ancient mattress are... over time, your mattress collects pet dander and dust mites that can disrupt a good night's rest. It may be time to
treat yourself to a new mattress or bedding
.
1.
Look to buy a mattress over a holiday weekend - that tends to be when the sales happen
2.
Protect your investment with an AllerEase mattress protector, keeping dust mites from taking up residence
3.
Wash your entire bedding once a week
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