You inhale thousands of microscopic insects into your nostrils with each breath.
They crawl through your nose hair and lay more eggs (which become ‘boogers’). They are called “dust mites”, and they are disgusting. This is a fact.
These itsy bitsy spider-ticks are barely visible to the human eye. They mainly congregate and breed in your bed and on your pillows, because their diet consists of human skin flakes. We shed our skin constantly, and they eat it.
Have you been sneezing uncontrollably?
You may have a dust mite problem in your house. They are humping and breeding in your carpets, in your bed sheets, on the wet mop in your bathroom, and on your clothes in the laundry basket. They are floating through the air like dust (thus the name that God gave them). They are here to make you sick, to give you asthma, and to give you allergies. Dust mites make you sneeze and cough, they make your nose runny, and they even make you break out in hives or bad acne! Dust mites give you acne!
Ohio State University did a study that concluded: a typical used mattress may contain up to 10 million dust mites in it, including dead ones and their droppings. Can you imagine? Yeah…what you don’t know won’t hurt you…but now you know!
They are crawling all over your skin at this very moment. Whatever shall we do? Don’t scratch! That just feeds them (Remember: they eat your skin flakes!). See all that dust floating in the ray of sunlight beaming through your window? Look closely. Do you see their hairy little legs? Do you know that they are laying eggs constantly throughout your house: On your couch, in your bed. While you watch TV, they crawl on your body. They crawl on your feet as you sleep. If dust mites are bothering you, it's time to consider AC West Palm Beach specialists Direct AC for dust mite eradication.
Those allergic reactions are caused by all of that feces which they make after digesting your skin flakes. Better go do some laundry.
Or better yet, clear your home’s air of dust mites with air purification services from DirectAC123.com!
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