Your Bed Is Filled With Lung-Harming Bugs. Here’s How To Kill Them Quickly!


An average person can sweat up to 1 liter of fluid per night which is a perfect breeding ground for mites.

According to several studies, there could be as many as 1.5 million dust mites living in the normal bed. Which feeds your old skin cells that you're shedding onto your sheets as you sleep.

Doctors explain that when you make your bed, especially immediately after waking, you’re trapping your body heat, your skin cells, and most importantly, your sweat, all over the bed.

But leaving the bed unmade exposes the sheets to air and light, drying them out and thus, depleting the mites’ lifelines.

Their existence is not a treat, but what they leave behind poses problems for human. Their excretions can irritate dust allergies and cause asthma flare ups when inhaled.

In the meantime, open and unmade bed, exposes these creatures to fresh air and light. The fresh air the light will dehydrate and kill these mites.

Since there are dust mites everywhere, leaving your bed unmade might not make much of a difference.

But it’d be wise to leave your bed unmade for some time during the morning so the sheets have an opportunity to dry from your nighttime tosses and turns.

After a day’s exposure to light and fresh air, many of these dust mites in your bed will died.
You should also wash your pillow cases and sheets every one to two weeks.

Source: My Healthy Book
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