1.5 million dust mites may be living in your bed! Kill them by doing this ONE thing!

What is the first thing you do when you wake up in the morning? Some go straight to the bathroom to go to the toilet, while others have their morning cup of coffee, while most of us make our bed first and then do our morning chores. We were taught this by our parents from a young age and it stuck with us and became a habit. However, recent studies show that this habit can be harmful to our health, and we will tell you why.
Research shows that making the bed right after getting up traps millions of dust mites in the sheets and mattress, wreaking havoc on our bodies. Dust mites are tiny microorganisms that live in our beds, sheets, and pillows, feeding on dead skin cells and sweat and multiplying rapidly. Scientists have confirmed that there are an average of 1.5 million dust mites. And it’s not bedbugs that are harmful to health, but their excrement, because it contains proteins that increase our antibody levels when inhaled or inhaled on our skin. When our antibody count increases, our body starts releasing histamine, and that’s when the problem starts. Histamine often causes swelling and redness associated with allergies. As a result, you will begin to notice some of the following symptoms: red eyes, watery eyes, runny nose, itching, hay fever, sneezing, coughing, and even difficulty breathing. Some people who are hypersensitive to these dust mites develop red, itchy bumps on their skin after being exposed to dust mites.
If you want to get rid of those annoying dAust mites, there is one simple way to do it. What you should do is not make your bed immediately after getting up. If you don’t make your bed in the morning, direct sunlight and fresh air will dehydrate and destroy it. Leave your bed unmade until you get home from work and you’ll be safe. Wash your bed sheets as often as possible, every two weeks, and wash your pillows too. No need to worry about those little critters ruining your day!

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