If you find that you sneeze and wheeze more than you should, the problem may be in your house. Certain types of furniture and bedding are likely to make breathing more difficult. Christy Ferer from Stylewiz.com is here to show us some sneeze free items that can help us breathe easier and they are all just a click away.
Quietly lurking under our beds, inside sofas and carpet are creatures too small to see without a microscope or strong magnifying glass. Dust mites are in the arachnid family includes spiders, scorpions and ticks. Dust mites feed on dead skin that sloughs from our bodies (and probably potato chips & cookie crumbs). They live their whole lives in dark corner dust bunnies: hatching, growing, eating, defecating, mating, and laying eggs. It's their bathroom habits that make us itch and wheeze. Many people develop severe allergies to dust mite droppings. Lie on a rug where they live and you might get itchy red bumps on your skin. Breathing in dust and you may have more serious symptoms like difficulty breathing or even a severe asthma attack. While people commonly believe they are allergic to dust, it is really the dust mites that are getting them. These mites are no danger to non-allergic people because they don't bite humans or spread disease.
What you can do to eliminate dust mites in your homes
The best thing we can do to breathe easier is try to eliminate or reduce dust mites in the home. Here are some things to accomplish this: ©MMII CBS Worldwide Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed
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