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Most people suffer from some form of allergy whether they realize it or not.   Allergy pillows can help prevent all the coughing and sneezing that drain you of energy and make you feel worn down.  Knowing what your allergic triggers are is half the battle of heading off your allergies before they flare up to0 much.

Everyday people visit acupuncturists and get stuck with needles so they can figure out what they’re allergic to.  Is it sick parakeet in the house that’s causing all of the coughing, sneezing and headaches?  People are often surprised to find that the culprit causing all of the allergic reactions is lurking in a cage and under their head– a bird with feathers and a feather pillow.

Most pillows are made of feathers, which make it impossible to get a good night sleep if you are suffering from a feather allergy.  Most of your time will be spent wiping your running nose and clearing your scratchy throat.

Allergy pillows are designed to relieve the victim of the common symptoms associated with feather pillows such as sneezing, runny nose, congested sinuses, sore throat, and itchy eyes.  Most of these allergic reactions show up during the night as you’re drifting off to sleep.