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Dust and Dust Mites

It’s more than just a nuisance. Household dust can also trigger allergy, asthma and other respiratory illnesses. Most reactions aren’t caused by the dust itself, but by dust mites — microscopic, insect-like pests that live on bedding, mattresses, upholstered furniture, carpets or curtains. They feed on the dead human skin cells found in dust

Dust mites’ harmful allergen comes from their fecal pellets and body fragments. This allergen is one of the major indoor triggers for people with allergies and asthma. A dust mite allergy can range from mild to severe — from an occasional runny nose, watery eyes and sneezing to persistent sneezing, cough, congestion, facial pressure or severe asthma attack.

Reducing humidity in your home or enclosure can help to reduce dust mites. Keep your home below 50 percent humidity.

 Thanks to the American Lung Association for providing information for this web page.

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