Dust mites fecal matter(allergens) trigger many respiratory diseases including asthma. Over the years, many remedies have been approved by authorities. There are medicines, exercises and advised changes like using mattress covers.
In recent times, electronic dust mite controllers or repellents (using ultrasonic techniques) have been experimented with to try and see if they can get rid of dust mites or at least help people suffering from allergies caused by dust mites.
Air purifiers have been designed to remove as many indoor air pollutants as possible.
Some of these indoor air pollutants include dust mites, mold, bacteria, cleaning products, paints, smoke, allergens, pollen and animal dander.
Do Air Purifiers help with Dust Allergies and Asthma?
To answer this question let us first understand the working principles of air purifiers.
Of course, this method should be included along with the usual cleaning and dusting off your home for best results no matter how little fun it is.
Thirteen years ago, Dyson built a microbiology lab to research dust mites. In this laboratory, Dyson microbiologists breed household dust mite cultures.
This makes it possible for these scientists to study and truly understand the lifestyle of dust mites and the allergens that they produce and how to get rid of them.