According to several studies, there could be up to 1.5 million dollars mites living in normal bed. heat, skin cells, and most importantly, sweat, all over the bed.
But leaving the unmade bed sheets exposed to air and light, drying them and, therefore, depletion of lifelines mites.
Its existence is not a luxury, but what they leave behind poses problems for humans. Excretions can dust allergy irritate and cause outbreaks of asthma by inhalation.
Meanwhile bed, open and unmade, exposes these creatures to fresh air and light. The fresh air, light dehydrate and kill these mites.
Since there are dust mites everywhere, leaving his unmade bed could not make much difference.
But it would be wise to leave your bed unmade for some time during the morning so that the leaves have a chance to dry their night and round shots.
After a day of exposure to light and fresh air, many of these dust mites died in his bed.
should also wash pillowcases and sheets every one or two weeks.