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How to deal with dust mites 

Dust mites are also prominent in the UK – at least 12 million people suffer from a dust-mite allergy.

Dust-mites can “feel as if they have brought pollen back” into the home, suggested a spokesperson from Lloyds Pharmacy.

Dusting hard-to-reach areas regularly can reduce the build-up of dust – and the dust mites that live in it.

Moreover, keeping windows closed to lessen the chances of a breeze bringing dust mites into the air can also help to reduce the symptoms.

Source: Daily Express

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