When you were kid your parents probably told you that you must wash up and make out your bed right after waking up. This was inevitable habit for everyone.
But it seems like we were all doing it wrong. According to a research, by making the bed immediately, we trap millions of dust mites into the sheets, bed and mattress.
Dust mites are microscopic bugs that live in our bed, sheets and pillows. These bugs are feeding with our death skin cells and sweat, multiplying rapidly. They are also rapidly excreting, at least 20 times a day.
It is a scientifically proven fact that our bed is a habitat for up to 1.5 millions of dust mites. But the dust mites aren’t the biggest danger for our health, but the dust mite excrement because it includes protein which causes our bodies to level up when in contact with our skin or gets inhaled.
The problems begins when the concentration of our antibodies is raised, and our organism begins to create histamine.
Histamine causes redness and swelling, normally related with allergies. Also, you may experience some of the symptoms: hay fever, coughing, red and watery eyes, sneezing, itching, breathing issues and watery nose. People who are very sensitive to dust mites may even suffer from red, itchy bumps on their skin after dust mites’ exposure.
It is very important to know how to remove dust mites from your bed if you like to improve your health.
The removal of these harmful bugs requires effective method. The most effective method is the simplest one. You don’t need to make your method immediately after waking up.
When the dust mites are exposed to sunlight and fresh air they will dehydrate and get destroyed. You will do this if you don’t make your bed immediately.
It is highly recommended for you to not make your bed until the evening because it is helpful in destroying the dust mites and cleaning the air. You should also wash your pillow and sheets cases often, once in every two weeks. Do this and you don’t have to be worried about these tiny intruders in your bed.