According to a study by the University of British Kingston not making the bed when you get up can be good for health. Research suggests that the riots are not like beds of dust mites that live in our mattresses.
The key to the whole thing is in the moisture. These small and hateful bugs only live in a warm, wet environment. Something that encourages our bodies sweat when we sleep. Which is why , if we aerate the sheets all day , dehydrated and die automatically .
The bedding neatly folded , with sheets, blankets and bedspreads stretched , creating ideal living conditions for mites , which can cause asthma , eczema or dermatitis, chronic hay fever ( allergic reaction to pollen ) and other allergies. According to the researchers warned : a made bed can accommodate a population of 1.5 million mites.
Stephen Pretlove , leader of the team of scientists who published the study , says that this finding could be saving a significant amount of money in allergic or similar diseases. For now, what seems clear is that both asthmatics, as lazy , have a new reason to sleep sprawled and not order the bed up.