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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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, [...]
Wednesday, April 28th, 2010
House dust mites are tiny organisms burrowing into the linen that is usually used daily. They feed on dead skin cells from people and animals, and can be usually found in blankets, mattresses and your favorite pillows. They are usually invisible unless creating a serious infestation. The first signs of house dust mites living in [...]
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 [...]