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If you or anyone in your family identifies with any of the following allergy related maladies such as asthma, eczema, hay fever, bronchitis, inflammation of the mucous membranes, itchy red eyes, headaches, sinus pain, fatigue, early morning fits of excessive sneezing, even a feeling of depression when you wake up, you may well be sleeping with the enemy.

Who is this enemy? He's called a dust mite and we'll spare you trying to remember or even pronounce the scientific name. Dust mites live primarily in mattresses, but they are invisible to the human eye. The dust mite feeds on shed dead skin cells. The feces and dead bodies of mites are allergens to susceptible people, causing asthma, rhinitis or dermatitis.
These little creatures, not visible to the naked eye, and in fact, they're so small that as many as 1000 of them could be placed on the head of a pin. And guess where their favorite breeding spot is? Yes, that's right. . . your mattress. Their ideal home!

Why the mattress? Because it's warm, often moist, cozy, easy to burrow into and full of their favorite food...skin flakes, the skin flakes every human being sheds every day and night of his or her life, no matter what their age, sex or state of health.

To effectively control dust mite allergens, the mattress should be regularly cleaned, about every 6 months for allergy sufferers. Mattress cleaning is not new, it has simply become a "forgotten" task. Ever since man began sleeping on mattresses, some 8,000 years ago, mattress cleaning has been a necessity to remain in good health.

Contact Michael’s today and sleep better tomorrow, (618) 943-4534.
FACTS

• We shed 10,000 million scales of bacteria laden skin each day. Most of that ends up in our mattresses.

• Dust mites produce 200 times its body weight in excrement during their normal life span.

• Dust mites feast for up to 170 days on our shed skin.

• Dust mites spread rapidly. A female dust mite lays 300 eggs.