Tuesday, 14 March 2017

These Bugs Reside In Your Bed And Harm Your Lungs And Back While You Sleep, Know How To Destroy Them Quickly, Easily And Naturally!

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These days, making your bed when you wake up in the morning is rare case for some people. Not making your bed let's you know if there's a million of dust mites living in your bed that are trapped between sheets.


It is a possibility that we all sweat while we are in our sleep and according to medical experts, average adult person can sweat up to 1 liter of fluid per night. Due to this, we may be creating the perfect breeding environment for the dust mites and living off our sweat and dead skin cells, while we sleep.

However, experts say that their existence is not the real problem, but it is the "waste" they can leave behind which can serious health problems when it’s inhaled by people.

According to Carolyn Forte, director of the cleaning lab at the Good Housekeeping Institute (GHI), it is highly recommended for everyone to leave their bed unmade from time to time during the morning. So that there's a huge possibility you will have an opportunity to dry from your nighttime sleep.

She also mentions that making your bed after you eat your breakfast is your best choice. If dust mites are exposed to fresh air and light all day, they will dehydrate and die. It will make your bedroom a better place to sleep and you can breathe easier.

SOURCE: WomanPositive
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