Scientists Are Advising People Not To Make Their Beds


From childhood, we're taught the importance of making our beds daily. A neat bed is visually appealing, but have you considered the health implications? Kingston University's study has some surprising insights!

Source: Rooms To Go

What's Hiding in Your Bed?
Dust mites. These tiny critters feed on our shed skin. Add to that, our beds, post-sleep, are warm and slightly moist - a haven for these mites. When you make your bed immediately after waking, the moisture gets trapped, turning your bed into a dust mite playground. For those susceptible to allergies, these mites can trigger asthma-like symptoms.

The Benefit of an "Untidy" Bed

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