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    Allergic Reactions

    Dust Mite derived allergic reactions range from itchy noses and eyes to severe asthma attacks. The droppings of these mites are the most common trigger of reoccurring allergy and asthma symptoms, especially in humid regions where dust mites tend to thrive.Dust Mites

    Each mite produces approximately 20 fecal pellets each day, which means approximately 2000 during its lifetime. The dust mite can get nourishment from its own droppings and may eat them up to three times over.

    Dust Mites 

    Besides asthma, rhinitis, and other respiratory ailments, dust mites can be the cause of other serious health problems such as eczema, rashes, itchy skin or eyes, "glue ear" (a condition which often causes hearing loss), bronchitis, and chronic dermatitis. All you need is a Bedfan to end this problem.

     
    He has a Bedfan and no Dust Mites
    • Dust Mites love your bed

      Dust mites flourish in warm, humid environments, so their populations are higher during the summertime and in warmer climates. They especially love a warm, moist bed full of dead skin. Humans shed two to three pounds of skin a year. Depending on its age, your mattress may contain between 100,000 and 10,000,000 dust mites. The Bedfan Can Help

      Dust mite populations increase rapidly; each egg-laying female can increase the population by 25 or 30 new mites per week. During its 80-day lifespan, the average dust mite produces about 1,000 allergenic waste particles. A half teaspoon of dust can contain as many as 1,000 dust mites and 250,000 allergenic waste particles. Don't waste money on cleaning air ducts to eliminate dust mites; they don't live there. Dust mites need warmth, humidity, and food—all provided by a human bed. Unless you have the Bedfan

      Facts About Dust Mites

      • The average mattress has 2 million dust mites.
      • 25% of the weight of your pillow is dead and living dust mites.
      • You spend at least 1/3 of your life in bed.
      • Research states that 44 million homes in the U.S. (45% of all homes) have a very serious problems dust mites.
      • At best, vacuuming removes only 5 - 10% of the dust mites populations. You should dispose of all vacuum bags after use since dust mites can escape from the bag.
      • Over 17 million people in the US suffer from asthma, a disease triggered by house dust mites.
      • Your body sheds millions of dead skin flakes and you perspire 75 ml of fluid while sleeping. A perfect diet for the hungry dust mites.
      • Dust mites love the humidity, warmth, and safety of a traditional mattress.. that is until the Bedfan is put to work.      


      How will the Bedfan help 

      As we have learned, Dust Mites require moisture to survive. The Bedfan is the tool which you can use to lower the level of moisture in your bed depriving them of needed drink. This is accomplished in two ways. First, the Bedfan will evacuate any hot, humid air that is building up between your sheets.

      This heat and humidity is produced by your body and without evacuation will simply buildup in your bed while you are sleeping. Secondly the Bedfan will help stop sweating at night thus eliminating more moisture required by the Dust Mites.  As we continue to use the Bedfan we continue to discover more and more benefits and killing these critters is just one.