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how to deal with dust mite allergies at home

by:Qihao      2019-08-30
The house dust is very small and almost invisible to the naked eye.
Dust mites are not parasites, but they contain a large number of allergens, and their cast skin, stool materials and secretions can lead to allergic reactions in patients with asthma and others who are allergic to feces.
Their main food is scale. dander)
Dust in the House
Since areas of human and pet activity have the greatest impact, Mites tend to be the most in areas on beds, sofas, chairs and carpets.
Studies have shown that dust worms may be a factor in 50 to 80% of asthma patients, as well as in numerous cases of eczema, pollen fever and other allergic diseases.
In the UK, one out of every 10 children has asthma, and one out of 12 adults has asthma (source www. asthma. org. uk)
Although everyone either knows or is associated with people with allergies or eczema.
According to the Mayo Clinic, allergic symptoms of dust insects caused by nasal inflammation include sneezing, runny nose, itchy eyes, nasal congestion, itchy nose, itchy mouth or itchy throat, cough, facial tenderness, frequent awakening, swelling, blue-
Colored skin under the eyes, in a child, the nose is often rubbed up.
Here are some tips that the Mayo Clinic has shared to solve this family problem. Use allergen-
Cover your mattress and pillow with dust
Proof or allergenCover.
Wash bedding every week.
Wash all sheets, blankets, pillowcases and bed covers with at least 130 F of hot water (54. 4 C)
Kill dust and remove allergens.
Keep the humidity low.
Maintain a relative humidity of 30 to 50% at home.
Choose bedding wisely.
Avoid bed covers that are easy to collect dust and often difficult to clean.
Buy washable plush toys
Wash frequently in hot water and dry thoroughly.
Also, don\'t put plush toys on the bed. Remove dust.
Use a damp or oily mop or rag instead of a dry material to clean up the dust.
This prevents dust from spreading and rearranging in the air. Cut clutter.
If it collects dust, it also collects dust mites.
Remove gadgets, desktop decorations, books, magazines and newspapers from your bedroom.
Remove carpets and other mites.
The carpet provides a comfortable habitat for mites.
Change the wall if possibleto-
Bedroom carpet with tile, wood, felt or vinyl flooring.
Use air purifier.
The air purifier collects dust from the air in your home and can help control dust if you also keep positive cleaning habits.
Vacuum regularly.
This is the first UVC-
The allergic vacuum has played a big role.
Raycop is the first UVC
An allergic vacuum cleaner that kills 99% bacteria and kills nearly 94% dust.
Specially designed to clean bedding and other fabrics, it helps create healthier homes by deep cleaning of home fabrics, mattresses, sofas, chairs, futons, cribs, mats, sheets, pillows and curtains.
The process of removing bacteria and other allergens by a vacuum cleaner is through its patented three-
Allergy care system.
First, the vibration pad vibrates particles and dust from the mattress at speeds up to 3,600 times per minute (
Twice in some models)
, Make sure that even the most stubborn dust mites are removed.
The next step is to kill the bacteria and leave the surface bacteria. free.
This lamp uses an efficient and efficient 253.
7 nm wavelength, the same as the sterilization UV wavelength used in hospitals, clinics and laboratories for nearly 70 years.
Finally, the device uses a filter cartridge filter to capture the larger particles and capture them so that they cannot return to the room.
Issued by Zinven international Corp.
, Raycop UVC
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