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Dust mite bites, Dust mite bites prophylaxis

Thursday, April 14th, 2011

What do you do when dust mite bites?
1. If dust mite bites you should do not panic, do not try to shake your hand or pull the mite it can cause it to rupture with part of the mite (head) will remain in the skin and pull it out to be extremely problematic.
2. Do not [...]

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 [...]

What is dust? What are dust mites? Why so many dust mites?

Friday, June 11th, 2010

What is dust?
Dust is made up of molds, fungus, bacteria, pollen, dust mites, dust mite feces and particles shed by people and animals known as dander. The most damaging to our health are dust mite fecal pallets, which contain guanine. This substance is a health hazard that can trigger allergic reactions. A larger number of [...]

How to Prevent the Impact of Dust Mites in Your Home

Sunday, June 6th, 2010

No matter how clean is your house and how often you tidy it up, dust mites will inhabit the soft surfaces of your interior and furniture. These insects are inevitable human companions used to our comfort and inexhaustible source of food.
However, a few simple actions can significantly reduce their population in your house up to [...]

Controlling house dust mites in mattresses, killing dust mites mattresses

Sunday, May 16th, 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 [...]

True and False About Dust Mites

Saturday, May 15th, 2010

Dust mites are one of the smallest creatures living in our households, there are no limits for their area of distribution, and the only requirement is warmth and enough food available for them. These parasites are not fastidious and very applicable to the surrounding environment that makes fighting against them rather difficult. However there are [...]

Where dust mites live?

Monday, April 26th, 2010

Where dust mites live
House dust mites can be found everywhere in your house – in your clothes in the closet, in the carpeting, in your chairs and even in the bed. Below you’ll get known to different house dust mite habitats and also to what you can do to decrease their number in the [...]

Frequently asked questions about dust mites

Monday, April 26th, 2010

Frequently asked questions about dust mites:
What is a house dust mite?
House dust mites are little relatives of a spider, feeding on dead skin. Dust mites are too small to be observed with the naked eye, so you can only view them under a microscope.
How long does a dust mite live?
20 to 30 days [...]

10 tips to keep the dust mite out of your house.

Monday, April 26th, 2010

House-dust mites are very little relatives of tics and spiders, propagating in damp and warm places. In practice, they live in every house, and most of them can be found in bedding and mattresses – the places, offering them lots of their main food – human skin particles. House-dust mites also live in curtains, carpets and [...]