Dust Mite Allergy Sufferers: The Protected Home

They are only 0.5 mm in size and torment millions of people around the world. Eye itching and breathing difficulties, which can develop later into chronic asthma are the direct effects of allergic reactions to dust mite feces. Regular ventilation and vacuuming are certainly good measures to prevent an increase in the population of dust mites in one’s own home. But anyone who actually shows persistent allergic reactions should take longer-lasting protective measures. By means of an antimicrobial treatment on the carpets, furniture coverings or curtains, dust mites are deprived of food and thus the basis for their spread. Particularly when it comes to the setting-up of living rooms and bedrooms, i.e., the rooms where people spend most of their time, textiles with a special anti-allergy treatment can improve the quality of life of allergy sufferers.

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