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Managing house dust mites

Friday, June 25th, 2010

If you are a homeowner having a history of allergies, house dust mites may pose a great health concern to you. It’s impossible to completely eliminate the mites, but managing their population can decrease your risk of suffering from the health troubles that are associated with the dust mites. Below are the descriptions of measures [...]

Controlling dust mites in your house

Saturday, June 19th, 2010

The tips presented below will help you reduce dust and clutter in your house thus significantly improving symptoms of asthma and dust allergy. However, they are for informational purposes only and shouldn’t be considered medical advice.
Dust is hard to avoid. According to the article “Indoor Air Quality and Allergies” published online by Asthma and Allergy [...]

Fighting house-dust mites, dust mite control.

Sunday, May 9th, 2010

House-dust mites live in virtually every home. They are tiny eight-legged mites which are closely associated with people. However, they aren’t parasitic and don’t bite, burrow under the skin and don’t live in skin follicles like other kinds of mites.
The main problem about house-dust mites is that people can be allergic to them. Symptoms shown [...]

Choosing the vacuum cleaner to fight dust allergies, Central vacuums, HEPA vacuum cleaners

Saturday, May 1st, 2010

If you’re allergic to house dust mites, then it is essential for you to keep floors clean. House dust mites are tiny organisms causing itchy and watery eyes, sneezing and stuffy noses for many people. They live in warm places and they adore carpets.
House dust mites belong to the arachnid family, which also includes spiders, [...]

Controlling house dust mites in mattresses

Tuesday, April 27th, 2010

During the night, when you sleep, your body sheds lots of dead skin cells. Unfortunately, tiny organisms living and thriving in house dust, called house dust mites, feed on your dead skin cells and breed in your mattress. However, you are able to decrease the chances of developing an allergy to the house dust mites [...]