BedroomWash bedding in hot water at least once a week to kill dust mites. These critters love dead skin cells, and hot water is the best way to get rid of them. Buy dust mite covers for pillows, mattresses
and box springs. Use synthetic materials for bedding — they're less likely to carry allergens and cause reactions. Stay away from goose down.If carpeting is a must, opt for low-pile carpeting, which is less likely to attract dust, mites and other allergens. Do your best to keep pets out of the bedroom, especially during allergy season.