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Find relief in Respire by Hyatt's new Hypo-Allergenic rooms at the Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Spa & Casino, and thousands of Hyatt hotels throughout the U.S.

By Maria Mora

Hyatt Hotels and Resorts are making it easier on travelers with allergies with their recent introduction of Respire by Hyatt Hypo-Allergenic Rooms. Powered by PURE, Respire by Hyatt rooms are treated with the PURE shield and PURE clean process to minimize allergens and alleviate symptoms for those suffering from asthma, allergies and respiratory issues. All PURE rooms are re-certified every six months and help prevent uncomfortable symptoms like headaches, nasal congestion and coughs.

The hypoallergenic bedding in Hyatt’s Respire rooms uses special cases and covers to protect pillows and mattresses from dust mites — one of the most common respiratory and nasal allergens. In addition, Hyatt is also installing Healthway medical-grade air purifiers to help remove airborne allergens like pollen, as well as common viruses.

Hyatt Hotels are found in major destinations and airport hubs, with the Respire by Hyatt Hypo-Allergenic Rooms fast becoming available in 125 different hotels.

Tips for Travelers with Allergies
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, a staggering one in every four Americans suffers from asthma and allergies. Allergies can be triggered by common household allergens like dust mites, pollen, and pet dander, and all of these are often found in bedding. Hypoallergenic bedding is commonly recommended by allergists as the best way to prevent uncomfortable symptoms.

Here are a few more tips to help alleviate symptoms for allergy-prone travelers:

  • Travelers with asthma and allergies should watch weather reports closely for pollen warnings and smog warnings.
  • Always travel with appropriate medications.
  • Take a quick shower after spending time outdoors. This will help wash allergens away from the eyebrows, eyelashes and hair.
  • Keep windows closed in your hotel room to avoid polluting the indoor air.
  • Avoid using too much perfume or air freshener.

Maria Mora is a memoir blogger and wannabe photographer. She travels extensively throughout Florida and the Caribbean with her two young sons.

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