Reducing the level of dust mite in the bedroom can be achieved by replacing old mattresses and increasing a room’s ventilation, according to a new study.
The study looked to determine the distribution of two common house dust mites and what conditions would affect the level of those allergens in each home.
It found important risk factors for high allergen levels included an older mattress, a lower floor level of the bedroom, limited ventilation of bedroom and for one of the dustmite sampled, the level of dampness in the bedroom.
The researchers concluded mite allergen exposure may be reduced by replacing the mattress regularly, and increasing ventilation in the bedroom, particularly in winter.
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