According to research to bed right after getting up traps millions of dust mites within the sheets and mattress and can wreak havoc on our body. Dust mites are tiny microscopic bugs that live in our bed, sheets and pillows, feeding on dead skin cells and sweat, multiply rapidly. Scientists have confirmed that there are up to 1.5 million dust mites in a normal bed.
And there are bugs that are harmful to health, actually their droppings, as it contains a protein that is obtained when inhaled or comes into contact with our skin you get our antibody levels’ up. When the number of our antibodies’ increases our body begins to release histamine and that is when the problems begin. Histamine causes inflammation and redness usually associated with allergies. As a result, you may begin to notice some of the following symptoms: red, watery eyes, watery nose, itching sensation, hay fever, sneezing, coughing and even breathing problems. Some people who are extremely sensitive to dust mites may even notice red, itchy bumps on the skin after exposure to dust mites.
To remove these pesky dust mites there an easy way to do it. All you have to do is not make your bed right after getting up. If you do not make your bed in the morning it is exposed to direct sunlight and fresh air, which dehydrate and destroy them. Leave your unmade bed until you get the job and be safe. Wash sheets as often as possible, every two weeks or so and pillows as well and that’s all. You do not have to worry about these little creatures ruin your day!