IAQ Singapore Launch Dust Mites Detection Kit to detect levels of Dust Mite Allergen on mattresses

Dust mites produce the most significant allergen in your environment. Test allows you to quickly check for the level of dust mite allergen in only t10 mins you can see the semi-quantitative results of the simplest dust mite detection kit available
By: Satish Bakhda
 
 
Sept. 30, 2007 - PRLog -- Dust mites produce the most significant allergen in your environment.  IAQ has launch a dust mites test Kit which allows you to quickly check for the level of dust mite allergen in only ten minutes you can see the semi-quantitative results of the simplest and easiest dust mite detection kit available.

It's so easy to use - just rub suspected area for 60 seconds, apply solution and have the  results withinr 10 minutes.

Dust mites: Common cause of allergy symptoms

House mite allergy is a hypersensitive reaction to proteins in the excretion of dust mites. The protein attacks the respiratory passages causing hay fever, (otherwise known as seasonal allergic rhinitis, is an allergic reaction to airborne substances that get into the upper respiratory passages - the nose, sinus, throat - and also the eyes. and asthma.) It will aggravate atopic dermatitis (a form of eczema -skin inflammation) that won’t stop itching.

How dust mites cause allergies and asthma

As dust mites proliferate, so do concentrations of the residue from their feces and decaying bodies. If you're sensitive to this residue, you may develop signs and symptoms of hay fever, such as sneezing, runny nose and itchy, watery eyes.
If you have asthma, high concentrations of dust mite residue can trigger frequent and severe asthma signs and symptoms such as lung congestion, wheezing and shortness of breath. You may be especially prone to asthma attacks at night, when you're lounging on a mite-infested sofa or sleeping in a mite-infested bed.

They are microscopic creatures thrive in warm and humid environment and feed on flakes of human skin, fungi, bacteria, and animal dander. The mites prefer to live in upholstered furniture, carpets, mattresses, bedding and soft toys and, because we spend about a third of the day in bed, we inhale and come in contacts with the dust mite allergens. Dust mite droppings (Proteins) are known as allergens.

If you're sensitive to house dust, you know that even a single whiff of dusty air can trigger allergy symptoms and asthma. But dust itself probably isn't the cause of your misery. Instead, dust mites microscopic creatures that live in dust are the most likely culprits. To learn more about Allergies and Dust Mites, please http://www.iaqsg.com/About-Allergies-Singapore.html


Dust mites inhibits even the cleanest homes. The residue dust mites leave behind — droppings and decaying carcasses — mix with dust and become airborne. If you aren't allergic to dust mite residue, it's not harmful. But if you are, it can make you sneeze and wheeze year-round. Dust mites are one of the most common causes of perennial asthma and allergy symptoms.

For more information on the iaq tests kit, please visit http://www.iaqsg.com/Dust-Mite-Detection-Kit-Singapore.html

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IAQ has a vast experience of indoor environment testing, and providing customised solutions specific for the problems encountered. This has earned us a reputation for delivering Solutions for Healthier Environments - because  IAQ always attacks the root cause of a problem, not just its symptoms.

For more information, please visit our website: www.iaqsg.com

Website: www.iaqsg.com
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