How to Protect Your Child from Eczema Triggers – Dust Mites

How to Protect Your Child from Eczema Triggers – Dust Mites . One of the most common eczema triggers, especially among children are dust mites. The problem is that this is one of those known eczema triggers that are quite difficult to manage. Here are some tips you can follow.
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One of the most common eczema triggers, especially among children are dust mites. The problem is that this is one of those known eczema triggers that are quite difficult to manage. If your child is suffering from persistent flare-ups, the bed and some areas of your house may be infested with these tiny critters.


Eliminating eczema triggers such as dust mites is not exactly cheap and the process can be a bit tedious. If your child is diagnosed with dust mite allergy, then you should include dust mite elimination an important part of your eczema treatment plan.


Know Your Enemy


Dust mites are essentially scavengers that love to nest in warm, moist environment. They are naturally drawn to rats, birds and yes, to humans as they main food includes dander or dead skin cells.


However, dust mites are known to consume anything organic. Basically, eczema, asthma and rhinitis are triggered by the enzymes found in these creatures’ droppings, triggering an allergic reaction.


Controlling Dust Mites and Eczema


It can be impossible to totally get rid of dust mites for good. However, you can significantly reduce these eczema triggers if you work on reducing their population, which will result to reduced droppings.


Dust mites are known to be highly active and breed when temperatures are above 20°C and when the humidity level is above 50%.


With this in mind, one of the effective ways to control the infestation of dust mites in your home environment is kept clean and dry. Through regular cleaning, you will be able to minimize their food sources.


Protecting Your Child from Dust Mites


The bedding is one of the common sources of dust mites, which can easily set off an eczema flare-up. This can be a problem with small children who are known to spend an average of 14 hours in their beds. With this in mind, the best way to manage eczema triggers is to control dust mites.


Here are some tips:


Air the beddings daily. Make sure comforters, cots and mattresses are aired daily. Leave them out under the sun for a couple of hours and clean the thoroughly.


Use 60°C hot wash. When it comes to cleaning the beddings, warm washing is highly recommended to effectively get rid of dust mites. You can soak the beddings with 1 part eucalyptus oil and 120 parts warm water for about 30 minutes.


Wash pillows and duvets regularly. Make sure to buy a spare duvet and pillows to allow you to clean them twice a week.


Avoid putting your kids to bed with wet hair. As mentioned, dust mites thrive in warm and moist environment. Wet hair can dampen the pillow, which will provide a perfect breeding ground for dust mites.


Finding an effective eczema treatment is never a one step process.  It is made up of combined efforts to eliminate exposure to known eczema triggers and fortifying the body to allow healing from within with an effective eczema diet plan.


This will require you to avoid foods that can trigger eczema which also include processed foods and have more of those foods that can help the body to build the immune system to combat eczema.


For this, you need to pick food items that are naturally rich in Omega 3 fatty acids, which are known to have that anti-inflammatory effect. Salmon and tuna are known to be good sources.


You also need to eat foods that are rich in Vitamin C and E to boost the immune system and nourish the skin from within.


It will be better to include oolong tea and yogurt in your eczema diet plan. Why?


Oolong tea is actually a staple in Chinese pantries, which somewhat tastes like bitter green tea and robust black tea combined. In fact, in a study conducted in Japan, people who drank this tea three times a day were known to enjoy relief from eczema after only a week.


Yogurt is known to contain beneficial bacteria that can work wonders for the immune system, otherwise known as probiotics. Regular intake can boost the immune system cells found in the intestinal tract.


You can also watch a Video HERE to learn more about how to protect your child from other eczema triggers.


By Fay Spencer who is the author of 14 Days Eczema Cure which offers many ideas on how to treat eczema within 14 days by using readily accessible natural products and applying them in the right balance.


The 14 Days Eczema Cure is a comprehensive and holistic approach to curing eczema. This means that it is safe, natural, effective and 100% drug free. This will help to cure your eczema for good without any side effects which can happen if you use those expensive medications, potions or steroids.


For more information on the 14 Days Eczema Cure, click HERE.


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