THESE BUGS RESIDE IN YOUR BED AND HARM YOUR LUNGS AND BACK WHILE YOU SLEEP: LEARN HOW TO DESTROY THEM QUICKLY, EASILY, AND NATURALLY!
A lot of people tend to make their bed right after getting up, but the tight sheets will trap millions of dust mites that live on your bed, feeding off your dead skin cells and sweat and potentially contributing to asthma and allergy problems.
Namely,Dr. Stephen Pretlove from Kingston University School of Architecture, offers a simple explanation. When you make your bed, especially immediately after waking, you’re trapping your body heat, your skin cells, and most importantly, your sweat, all over the bed.
Carolyn Forte, director of the cleaning lab at the Good Housekeeping Institute, explains that leaving the bed unmade for some time after waking up in the morning is an excellent decision as the sheets have the time to dry from the nighttime tossing and turning.
Also, it’s important to wash the sheets every two weeks as well as the pillowcases.