Your Bed Is Filled With Lung-Harming Bugs.Here’s How To Kill Them Quickly, Easily, Naturally!
Do you make your bed right away after getting up? If so, you need to know that you thus trap millions of dust mites between the tight sheets of the bed, that are there to feed off your dead skin cells and sweat and cause asthma and allergy problems.
Therefore, even though you surely want your place organized, it is much healthier to keep the bed open and unmade for some time to dehydrate and destroy them.
According to Dr. Stephen Pretlove from Kingston University School of Architecture, we trap the sweat, skin cells, and body heat in the bed when making it in the morning, and if you leave it unmade, you will expose the sheets to light and air and hence destroy the mites.
During the night, we sweat around a liter of fluid, which is a perfect environment for these mites.
Moreover, it has been estimated that about 1.5 million dust mites live in the average bed, eating our old skin cells, and their excretions potentially lead to dust allergies and asthma flare-ups.
On the other hand, according to Carolyn Specialty, director of the cleaning lab at the Good Housekeeping Institute, leaving the bed unmade does not make a huge difference it the bed has lots of dust mites, however she says it could be highly beneficial.
She says that it is smarter to eat your breakfast and then make the bed so that you will leave enough time for the sheets to dry. Furthermore, she recommends washing the sheets and pillowcases every week.
Furthermore, Dr. Stephen Pretlove of Kingston University’s School of Architecture, says “We understand that termites can only survive by taking in water from the environment using small glands on the outside of their body.
Something as easy as leaving a bed unmade during the day can remove moisture from the sheets and mattress so the termites will dehydrate and ultimately die.”
So, it is very beneficial if you leave the bed unmade for some time or even during the whole day, as the fresh air and light will destroy the dust mites and protect you from health issues like allergies and asthma.
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