The average person can sweat up to 1 liter of liquid at night, creating a perfect breeding ground for mites. Scientists estimate there could be up to 1.5 million dollars mites living in the middle of the bed feed on our old skin cells we shed our leaves as sleep.
is not so much its existence – and what they leave behind that poses problems for humans. Excretions can irritate and cause dust allergies asthma warning lights when inhaled.
Scientists say leave her unmade bed could not make a big difference, but if you immediately make your bed, tight sheets trap million dust mites living in your bed, feeding on dead cells skin and sweat and potentially contribute to asthma and allergy problems. An unmade bed and open, however, exposes the creatures to fresh air and light and help to dehydrate and kill them.
Making your bed later in the morning after eating breakfast and get ready for the next day could be a good choice. However you should wash your sheets and pillowcases every one or two weeks.
Some experts have recommended leaving your bed unmade all day -. Saving this task when I get home at night
After exposure a day in the fresh air and light, a lot of dust mites in your bed will have died, leaving breathe a little more scientific and easy excuse why you have not made your bed.