In the text that was posted by BBC News, scientists published an interesting and unusual statement that failing to make your bed in the morning can help you improving your health.
The reason why you should skip this, is because by making your bed in the morning the tight sheets will trap millions of dust mites that live on your bed, feeding off your dead skin cells and sweat and they potentially contribute to asthma and allergy problems. If you leave your bed unmade and open, it will expose the creatures to fresh air and light, and it will help dehydrate and kill them off.
Researches from the Kingston University found that the dust mites can’t survive in hot, dry conditions in the unmade bed.
An average bed in your bedroom can hold up to 1.5 million house dust mites!
The inventor of the microscope, Anton van Leeuwenhoek, in the 1964th, was the first that saw these organisms. They are best seen under a microscope when they are well lit and on a black background.
If you have problems with allergies, sneezing or asthma, it is very likely that the house dust mites are the cause or they simply inhabit your carpets and beds.
Dr Pretlove points out that this finding has the potential to reduce the large number of diseases and treatments caused by allergies, and to help people, and the health care professionals also, how to create a healthy environment free of allergens in the homes.