Wednesday, March 29, 2023

Why you’re never in bed when you get up: science explains

Making the bed can be one of the most tedious household chores. But this is more than it seems, because the way of doing it is worth the health. An article from Kingston University 2005 from a study prepared by ‘University College London’ and the University of Cambridge where they put an analysis, why it is not advisable to make the bed as soon as you get up. The project received more than £200,000 of funding from the Physical Sciences and Engineering Research Council.

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In the article, an interview with Mr. Stephen Pretlove from the School of Architecture at Kingston University, which is part of the study, enables the sea may have been a minute dust.

According to the doctor, the bed can contain up to 1.5 million minutes so that, in size less than a millimeter in length, it is invisible to the human eye; “They eat human flesh and skinso they love to share our beds “allergens that are produced during sleep are easily attracted and are one of the main causes of diseases such as asthma”..

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In this study, scientists ran a computer model where he can investigate what changes he can bring back to his house in minutes of dust in these rich places. “We know that minutes can only survive by drinking water from the atmosphere, using glands outside their bodies.” so “something as simple as bed failure to leave for a few hours” can remove moisture from curtains and mattresses as minutes dehydrate and finally die”explains Pretlove.

The study also planned further steps where the scientists put minutes in beds across 36 homes across the UK to . they would introduce investigate the daily habits of people that affect these animals such as the building itself, heating, ventilation or insulation. With this information “Building designers could create healthy homes and care workers point of the environment at high risk of dust minutes”said the doctor.

Prevent and eliminate minutes

When faced with these small arthropods of the arachnid family, the Organization of Consumers and Users (OCU) shares some tips to prevent them:

  • Ventilate the house every day and open the curtains to let in the light.
  • Aeneas the bed of life before, it is done before.
  • Change and wash the stems.
  • Vacuum under the bed.
  • Keep the house clean of dust.
  • Clean curtains.
  • The article also determines to remove a small amount of dust, if they are found in your bed;

  • Main products: an example would be acaricides for domestic use, as far as the label is concerned, because although they are not harmful, it is necessary to know how to use them and what material to use.
  • House of tricks: to cook on the surface of the bed (beds, pillows) for a few hours. After that time, it would be necessary to lightly vacuum with an accessory like a brush to remove the remains. To clean the mattress, it is recommended to use a HEPA filter.
  • Wash the stems: In the sheets, unlike mattresses and pillows, it is easier to eliminate the mites that would need to be washed (avoiding the cold) at 40ºC or 60ºC. A dryer is also a good option when it comes to drying the sheets, although it can also be done in the sun, because the ultraviolet light together with the heat of the sun helps to fight these animations.
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