“I diligently cleaned the house every day. Every 2 weeks to clean my mattress, my sun. It feels no need to worry because of my mattress definitely clean “. This has been mistaken for most people when asked if the mattress is free of bacteria and dust mites. Diligently doing vacuum on your mattress does not create dust mites and bacteria in it is lost. In fact, they are back in the same amount or more within 20-30 minutes after we clean. Where dust mites usually live? Dust mites are microscopic size can not be seen with the eyes (through a microscope) is living in colonies. Not just hundreds, but the dust mites can live up to thousands in one place! Dust mites usually live in mattresses, sofas, carpets and beds to sleep at home. Dust mites prefer moist environments barely warm which indicates the condition of your mattress when you sleep on it. How do dust mites live and reproduce? How to get rid of bed bugs fast?
Dust mites live in mattresses and warm and dusty environments. They feed on dander (skin cells that flake off) of human beings, where a dusty corner under the bed is a friendly place for animals is the same as in the pillow. Dust mites tend to spend a third of their lives or more in a comfortable mattress. A mattress that is often used is likely to have more seven million dust mites living in it, and more than one-year-old pillow can contain up to eleven percent of dirt and dead dust mites. So also in the carpet tend to be home to the largest colony of animal housing.
As a result of frequent eating our skin cells, skin becomes red and itching bump. Not infrequently accompanied by allergies in the future. Scalp cells are eaten by dust mites also cause dizziness, headache upon awakening. Symptoms of dust mite allergy is caused by the inflammation of the nasal passages, causing; sneezing, a runny nose, itchy eyes, red and runny, stuffy nose, itchy nose, palate and throat, postnasal drip, cough, pressure and pain in the face, the skin under the eyes is blue and swollen, usually children often rub to on the nose.