Thursday, June 3rd, 2010
The best strategy for managing the house dust mite allergy is to avoid exposure to mites.
Although it’s impossible to completely remove dust mites from your house, it’s still possible to considerably reduce their population, if you follow the suggestions below.
- The bedding should be chosen rationally. Down or wool bedcovers are difficult to clean [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]