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Dust Mites

Dust Mite Allergies Bedroom
Case StudiesDust Mites
September 5, 2013

Bidding Goodbye to Dust Mite Allergies

People with dust mite allergies like asthma, eczema and hay fever are ready to go to any extent to get rid of dust mites from their houses. What are Dust Mites? Dust mites, commonly known as house dust mite, is a tiny bug which is a member of the spider…
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Dust Mite Allergy Covers
Dust MitesTips
June 14, 2013

Dust Mite Allergy Covers: The Best and the Worst

Do You … wake up in the morning, sneeze continuously, have that persistent runny and stuffy nose? look at yourself in the mirror and see dark circles under your eyes, your nose is itchy, subconsciously you are rubbing your sleeve over it? get ready for work, make your bed, only…
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Dust MitesTips
April 18, 2013

Getting Rid Of Dust Mites

Getting Rid of Dust Mites in Autumn As the leaves change colour and fall, the dust mite population in your home could well be rising. Research from Sydney’s Woolcock Institute of Medical Research shows that dust mite levels can increase 2-3 times during late autumn, compared with summer levels. According…
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Hypoallergenic
Case StudiesDust Mites
January 14, 2013

Its Hypoallergenic

Its Hypoallergenic This Consumer Myth Can Actually Be Making You Sick... In Australia and the USA, the cosmetic industry is largely self regulated. This can mean no regulation or very minimal. Therefore, when I see the term hypoallergenic on a label, I question what it really means. As a consumer,…
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Dust MitesTips
November 21, 2012

The Advantages of Allergy Testing at Home

Allergy Testing at Home For allergy sufferers, skin prick tests may be as unappealing as allergy symptoms – uncomfortable, irritating and even painful. A home allergy test, however, is an inexpensive and more pleasant way of determining what it is in your environment that may trigger these unpleasant reactions. By…
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Bed Bugs
Dust MitesTips
October 19, 2012

Here’s a Quick Way to Avoid Dust Mites

Avoid Dust Mites Some interesting facts and some tips about the control and numbers of the dust mite... Researchers from Insect and Research Development, United Kingdom, discovered that leaving the doona on the bed during the day can make a big difference, because it keeps moisture in the sheets and…
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Case StudiesDust Mites
October 12, 2012

Did You Know: Allergies Are On The Rise

Asthma and Allergies If you suffer from an allergy, you are definitely not alone. With the overall incidence, the number of people suffering from allergies such as hayfever and asthma has doubled in Australia over the past 25 years. It has been estimated that 40 per cent of the population…
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Case StudiesDust Mites
October 1, 2012

Sleep Tight, Don’t Let the Bed Bugs Bite!

Sleep Tight, Don't Let the Bed Bugs Bite! We spend about one third of our life in bed, and the more comfortable the mattress, the better we sleep. The phrase "Good night, sleep tight" may have history as far back as the Middle Ages. They slept on mattresses made of…
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Dust MitesIndoor Air Quality
September 21, 2012

How Air And Water Quality Will Affect Your Allergies This Spring

How Air And Water Quality Will Affect Your Allergies As we enter the warmer months, symptoms to dust mite allergies are more noticeable because dust mite populations tend to increase during the spring and summer. The reason is the higher humidity. In the cooler months, dust mite numbers tend to remain stable and can even…
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Case StudiesDust Mites
September 17, 2012

What Are The Authoritative Views On Dust Mite Allergies?

Dust Mite Allergies No one is sure what causes asthma and allergies, but we do know there are certain triggers. "The strongest risk factors for developing asthma are exposure to indoor allergens such as domestic mites in bedding, carpets, and stuffed furniture, cat dander and cockroach allergens.” - The USA…
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