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Protect Against Puffiness

Allergies to dust mites or dust mite waste is common as are allergies to feather pillows and laundry detergent. If you wake up with puffy eyelids, it’s time to do some allergy testing, suggests Dr. Roizen. If dust mites are to blame, your best bet is to cover your pillow with a MicronOne case that feels like a pillowcase or a latex cover that feels a bit like plastic. Both work to decrease dust mite allergies and the subsequent puffiness. If you think it may be your pillow or detergent, switch pillows or detergents to determine the cause and fix the puffiness problem.

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