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 [...]
Saturday, May 22nd, 2010
Home dust mites are very little arthropods on eight legs that can’t be seen with the naked eye. Every gram of house dust contains up to a hundred thousand mites. The common home dust mites differ from any other types of mites, as they do not bite. How do they survive? By eating dander shed [...]
Thursday, May 20th, 2010
Many people having asthma may be sensitive to the house dust mites, or, precisely, to their droppings. Dust mites are little creatures living in the dust gathering around the home – in carpets, linen, soft toys and furnishings.
If you discovered that you are allergic to house dust mites and they may aggravate your asthma, don’t [...]