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the mighty dust mite and how to deal with it

by:Qihao      2019-08-30
The mouth part of the mites is in front of the body, similar to the head.
Their bodies are oval-shaped with thin stripes on them.
Their eight calves have small sticky pads that enable them. . .
The mouth part of the mites is in front of the body, similar to the head.
Their bodies are oval-shaped with thin stripes on them.
Their eight calves have small sticky pads that allow them to go deep into carpet fibers and furniture, and even the most powerful vacuum cleaner is easy to resist the pull.
You certainly don\'t want to turn over in bed and find yourself face to face with these strange looking creatures.
Unfortunately, the population there is often the largest.
It is easy to have more than 10,000 mites in the ordinary bed.
Dust does not bite, Sting or spread the disease, so they do not cause any harm other than those who are allergic to the protein they produce.
Over the past 20 to 30 years, their numbers have increased dramatically, especially during the winter months, partly because of the increased tension among households with limited ventilation and warmer temperatures. Egg-
The mother mites can be increased by 25 to 30 every three weeks.
Their life cycle goes through five stages;
From the stage of eggs and larvae to the two stages of nymphs, the final stage is the adult stage.
Adults can also change blood once.
This cycle from eggs to adults takes about a month.
Depending on the humidity and temperature of the environment, adult mites can survive for up to two months.
They don\'t drink water, but they absorb water from the air and the environment.
They just like the higher relative humidity of 70.
80% and temperature 75-
Their development and food consumption increased by 80 degrees Fahrenheit.
Dust produces a powerful allergen, which is the product of feces in these tiny dust and the breakdown of protein DER p1 in the body parts, which has a huge adverse effect on those who are allergic to it.
Powder mites produce about 20 capsules per day, each of which is about 10 to 24 microns in size.
From this point of view, the diameter of human hair is 80-100 microns.
A gram of dust can hold up to 250,000 of these tiny feces.
They are very small and light, and they can easily float in the air when our daily activities are disturbed.
Inhalation of these tiny particles can lead to allergic reactions in people who are sensitive to this protein.
Mites allergens that cause asthma symptoms were first presented in 1921, but dust analysis was not carried out until 1964 when a team led by Voohorst suggested that mites may be the cause of dust allergens.
Dust crumbs were quickly identified to contain allergens, so over the years they have become the focus of attention due to their involvement in respiratory diseases.
It is considered to be the most important allergen associated with asthma.
About 10% of people are allergic to mites.
Identification of sensitivity to mites protein house dust contains a variety of types of debris, it includes fabric fibers, human scale, human and animal dandruff, bacteria, parts of cockroaches, mold spores, food particles and other organic and synthetic materials.
About 90% people who are allergic to house dust extract.
Symptoms that are sensitive to mites include sneezing, nasal congestion, itchy eyes, watery eyes, and persistent nasal congestion in the nose and ears.
Symptoms are more specific, when you experience repeated sneezing shortly after waking up, the symptoms get worse, when you sleep or use a vacuum cleaner, the symptoms get worse, when you are outside
Diagnosis using scratch tests, etc.
It is recommended that allergens determine which allergens will cause the reaction.
These doctors who specialize in the treatment of allergies can recommend action programs specifically designed to reduce or eliminate allergic reactions.
This may include steps to reduce exposure to harmful allergens, medical treatment, and less sensitive injections (
Systemic immunotherapySIT).
If avoidance and medication fails to adequately reduce allergic reactions, the latter can be recommended.
It includes an injection of a mite extract starting every week and then every six weeks within three to five years.
If your family is not sensitive to mites protein DER p1, the importance of reducing exposure to mites allergens may not be a high priority.
For those with asthma, it is very important to manage by reducing exposure to allergen DER p1.
Two important aspects that need to be addressed are the removal of the environment conducive to the dust worm, reducing the dust worm feces in the air and the decomposed body parts.
Inhalation of these tiny particles can lead to allergic reactions in people who are sensitive to this protein.
The level of exposure you experience an allergic reaction is determined by the sum of all allergens exposed to your sensitivity.
Those who are sensitive to multiple allergens have found that reducing exposure to any allergen will help them tolerate all allergens.
It\'s important to realize that you don\'t need to completely eliminate exposure to allergens.
Just keep the total exposure of all allergens below the threshold of your experience response, which is all necessary.
As we sleep for a long time, reducing allergen exposure in your bed. The mattress should be covered with a protector and our bedroom is the most notable place.
Just turn over on the bed or breathe near the pillow and you can breathe in tiny dust. Using hypo-
Since allergic fiber-filled pillows are easier to clean, it is recommended to use on feathers, kapok or foam.
Woven with plastic or special coating or fine (
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