How to Kill Dust Mites in Your Bed, Dr. Rachel Explains

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Dust mites are the microscopic creatures that like to live in our beds and eat flakes of our skin when we’re asleep. They’re also a major trigger of allergies in many people.

Dr. Rachel Lagniappe says to wash your sheets, pillowcases and other bedding every week in hot water, then dry them in a hot dried to kill those uninvited roommates.

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