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What is the lifespan of a dust mite?
A dust mite’s average lifespan is 20 to 30 days.

What do dust mites eat?
Dust mites mostly feed on dead skin found inside of dust, on furniture, bedcovers, and clothes.

Do dust mites pose any health problems?
Dust mites feces can cause problems such as wheezing, sinusitis, asthma, conjunctivitis, eczema, urticaria, dermatitis, anaphylaxis, hypersensitive pneumonia, angioedema, extrinsic allergic alveolitis, allergic and migraine headache, and certain gut disorders which research suggests that there is a link between dust mites.

Can you see the dust mite?
Since dust mites can’t be seen with the naked eye, thedust mite must be viewed under a microscope with 10x magnigication.

How do house dust mites get into my bed in the first place?
Mites are able to travel about by clinging to material, fur, feathers or anything that will give them a place to hide and a ride to a new home. Socks, soft toys or night clothes can transport mites to a bed.