Should you say goodbye to making your bed?

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NOT making your bed every morning could boost your health by getting rid of dust mites. As making your bed every morning could cultivates a humid habitat for the bugs. However, leaving your bed untidyexposes these tiny creatures to fresh air and light and help you have a nice and clean place to rest every night.

When you make your bed in the mornings, you’re trapping millions of dust mites in your bed, protecting them from drying out and giving them a safe place to eat and breed.

These tiny creatures live in the dark, humid spaces of your mattress and pillows, feeding off of your dead skin cells and causing you serious health problems.

Exposing your sheets and matters to fresh air and sunlight can help dehydrate dust mites and kills them.

So what do you think? Are you going to ignore the dust mites in your bed that are munching on your dead skin cells every day?

Or would you prefer having dust mites free bed?