The reason why you SHOULDN’T make your bed in the morning


Around 12 million Britons suffer from allergies caused by the tiny alien-looking bugs, which are just 0.02 millimeters long.

Around 10 million of the critters – which hide in pillows, mattresses, duvets and sheets to feed on flakes of human skin – live in the average bed.

Experts at mattress firm Zoma Sleep insist putting straight your covers each morning encourages dust mites as a “perfectly-made bed is a hotspot, serving as an ideal, warm space for them to thrive”.

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