While you sleep peacefully, your bed is full of harmful bed bugs. Here’s how to get rid of them quickly and easily!
According to scientific research, there could be as many as 1.5 million bed bugs living in the bed, feeding on our dead skin cells.
Their secretions can cause allergies and trigger asthma when inhaled.
When we sleep, we sweat. The average person can sweat up to one liter of fluid per night. This creates an ideal breeding ground for these harmful parasites.
Setting the bed after breakfast is a good thing to do to keep up your bed clean, as well as washing the sheets and pillowcases every two weeks.
But, recent studies have shown that you should leave the bet as it is throughout the day. Exposing your bed sheets to light and air, will make all bed bugs die.
You don’t need to be messy and leave your bed like this all the time, make this at least once a week to keep your bed clean and bed bugs free.