Dust mites can trigger allergies and asthma. Additionally, fungi and other bacteria can ideally multiply in your bed linens if you:
- sweat profusely during sleep. This is because duvet covers absorb more moisture.
- sleep naked. The skin comes into direct contact with the bed linen. This makes it particularly easy for skin, sweat and hair to get stuck in the covers.
If one of these two points corresponds to your sleeping habits, it is advisable to change the bed linen every two weeks to change.
If you have a house dust allergy, sleep in bed with animals or smoke, it is advisable to wash your bed linen once a week. The same applies to bed linen in the cot and after illness; It is also a good idea to ventilate the mattress, pillows and duvets well.