Dust Mite – Allergic Reactions
House Dust Mites don’t have a stomach and they secrete special fungi and enzymes that pre-digest food. When the food is digested, it becomes faeces that still contain the enzymes. This can be a source of allergic reactions when in contact with human skin or when inhaled. Household dust mites produce nearly 2000 faecal particles and a larger number of partly digested dust particles that are infested with the enzymes. Allergic reactions could include inflammation of the nasal passages, causing facial pressure and pain or swollen, bluish skin under the eyes. This can even contribute to asthma and you may experience wheezing, coughing, facial pressure or a severe asthma attack.
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