A dust allergy, or more accurately speaking, dust mite allergy is an allergic reaction to tiny bugs living in the dust in your house. About 20 million Americans are allergic to these bugs. You may feel as if you have a cold or asthma that can never be cured. Dust mites are similar to ticks and spiders. However, they are too small to see with our naked eyes. They eat your dead skin cells, hide in your house, and are not exactly the stuff of sweet dreams.
Usually, your immune system creates antibodies to protect you from harmful substances such as pathogens. However, if you are allergic to something, it means your body produces antibodies in response to something that is normally harmless — in this case, dust.
Dust is one of the most common indoor allergens, and a dust allergy can make your life miserable. However, you can take steps and change your lifestyle to reduce your exposure and relieve your dust allergy symptoms.
Why does dust cause allergies?
Household dust consists of a combination of many substances, including parts of insects, mould spores, dander from pets, dust mites, and more. There is a variety of sources that can trigger dust allergies. Here we listed some examples of sources.
- Cockroaches. Cockroaches are common in households. The saliva, faeces, and body parts of these bugs can mix with the air and can cause allergy symptoms.
- Pets. Both cats and dogs can be dust allergy triggers due to allergens found in their dead skin cells. Pet saliva can also be a problem because it sticks to rugs, bedding, and furniture, and it can circulate in the air after it dries. Urine and sweat can be triggers too.
- Pollen. You may think of pollen as an outdoor issue when it comes to allergies. However, it can invade the home through open windows, and you may bring it inside on your shoes, hair, or clothing. Once pollen is indoors, it floats around like other dust particles and can cause allergy symptoms.
- Mould. Mould can grow nearly anywhere under the right conditions, and it can grow in household dust particles.
- Dust mites. Dust mites are probably the most common cause of dust allergies. Dust mites dine on human skin flakes and live on bedding, mattresses, carpet, and curtains. The waste that they create can cause allergy symptoms.
What can we do to help prevent dust allergies?
To protect yourself from dust allergies, it is important that you clean your home regularly. Clean your furniture with a damp cloth or cleaning spray at least once a week. Also, wash or throw your rugs and curtains regularly.
Most importantly, you have to clean your bedroom thoroughly. Wash bed linens in hot water and vacuum your mattress, areas under the bed, and the box spring. For added protection, remove decorative pillows and stuffed animals, use dust-mite-proof covers on pillows and mattresses, and consider swapping carpeting for bare floors.
How to use Spooky2 to help with your dust allergy?
Frequency healing therapy is an alternative treatment to traditional medical treatment. It does not have any side effects. If you intend to heal and recover your muscle in a natural way, frequency healing therapy would be a good choice for you.
Spooky2 has the world’s largest frequency database which includes many beneficial frequencies. You can use these frequencies to heal yourself, or your family members.
Here we listed some programs that have received positive feedback for relieving symptoms of dust allergy. Give them a try and the results might surprise you.
- Biofeedback scan for killing bacteria and parasites.
- Abdominal inflammation, colon, and small intestine inflammation programs for relieving gut functions.
- Imprint water with antihistamine frequencies to drink.
- UV lights on the air filtration system. Scrape a sample of the dust from inside air ducts and digitally scan it. Do a JW killing on it in a Spooky2 Remote.
Hope our users’ advice can help you get better.
If you are not sure where to get started, we will show you how to run a biofeedback scan (GX TENS scan) first.
- Spooky2 GeneratorX/Spooky2 GeneratorX Pro
- TENS pads
- USB cable
- TENS cable
- Power adapter