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The Shocking Truth about What You Sleep With
If you or anyone in your family identifies with any of the following allergy related maladies such as Asthma, Eczema, Hay Fever, Bronchitis, Inflammation of the Mucous Membranes, Itchy Red Eyes, Headaches, Sinus Pain, Fatigue, early morning fits of excessive sneezing, even a feeling of depression when you wake up, you may well be sleeping with these little microscopic creatures.
They are called dust mites and they live in household articles, such as furniture and carpets. Millions may inhabit one home, but they are invisible to the human eye. The one area they collect more than any other is in your mattress.
We spend 1/3 of our life in bed and our bodies shed a complete layer of skin every 48 hours. We shed our body weight in skin over 7 years. Spending so much time in one place means this dead skin accumulates more in our mattress than any other spot in our house. Dust mites feed on this dead skin and thrive in warm humid areas like our mattress, sofa or easy chair and it is the droppings from the millions of dust mites that cause the problems and allergic reactions.
They're a resilient bunch and it takes a deep clean mattress cleaning and sanitizing process to remove and destroy them. We use a powerful, high filtration vacuum cleaner to clean deep into the mattress to remove the dust mites. We then use a dust mite and flea control spray which creates an environment fatal for dust mite and fleas but harmless to your family and pets.
Dust mite and flea control is a powder that dissolves completely in water and leaves hardly a trace of its presence. In fact, it dries into clear crystal that coats the mite's food source and within two weeks their populations are greatly reduced. A recent medical study indicates that after eight weeks nearly every mite in carpet or furniture will be dead...and won't come back between treatments. One treatment will last for up to 6 months
Here’s a few tips from Bubbles and Suds to reduce dust mite allergens in your home:
Reduce Humidity: Keep the indoor environment cool and dehumidified.
Wash in hot soapy water, wash bed linens every week.
Use a mattress protector to reduce your exposure and control the population growth of dust mites.
Get rid of stuffed toys that will allow dust mites to reproduce and flourish in your bedroom.
Dust regularly and deprive dust mites of their food.