Allergy-free: a new quality of life

Allergy-free: a new quality of life

Allergies are the scourge of our time. Someone relentlessly struggles with itching and rashes on the skin, someone can not sleep at night from a suffocating cough, and someone does not part with handkerchiefs because of a permanent runny nose. And all this is only a small part, only visible symptoms of allergies. In fact, allergic reactions can provoke deep negative processes in the human body. And most often the culprit of this situation - allergen household dust.

Dust and dust mites: a doctor's literacy

What says the person who has engaged in general cleaning of the house, shook off, for example, dust from the closet and suddenly began to sneeze? As a rule, a person says that he is allergic to dust and, without even thinking to look for the root cause of such a reaction of the body, just continues to clean. Logic: no dust - no allergies.

These are all fundamentally wrong judgments! Any doctor, even a medical student, hearing the phrase "allergy to dust" will smile with restraint, and then proceed to a brief medical enlightenment. Dust itself is not an allergen. Therefore, dust itself cannot cause an allergic reaction. Yes, dust can have some irritating effect, but there will be no immune response from the body. But to the allergen contained in household dust, the human immune system will be forced to react: skin redness, cough, runny nose and so on.

In terms of allergic reactions, by the way, only household dust is to be feared. Household mites are an allergen that spoils human health and life. Dust in a park or on a construction site, for example, does not contain such mites and, as a consequence, does not pose a danger to humans. Only domestic microhabitats are to be feared!

Household mites: geography of distribution

Dust (household) ticks can bother residents of any populated areas. No one is 100% immune to them geographically. However, there are areas where such an allergen (dust mites) are found everywhere and it is extremely difficult to fight it, and there are regions where nature itself helps people a little in confronting such pests.

Household mites feel great and actively multiply in the following conditions:

-High humidity levels - 70 percent or higher.

-An abundance of available food in the form of microscopic scales of human skin.

-Insufficient natural light.

-An ambient temperature of 21 degrees Celsius.

It is for these reasons that it is less common to find someone with a dust mite allergy in Madrid, for example, than on the coast. Simply because there are far fewer dust mites in Madrid than in the coastal regions. However, this is no reason for Madrid residents to forget about preventive measures!

On the coast, however, high humidity is the first factor contributing to the active spread of dust mites. In the second place - a combination of air conditioners working on cooling and dense curtains, behind which residents and guests of coastal places seek to hide from the heat of the sun. In this way, the person himself provides dust mites with a comfortable temperature and does not let the natural light, destructive for them, penetrate to them.

How to get rid of dust allergens?

Household mites are not a judgment. They can and should be fought! The key to success is a comprehensive approach.

Here are five steps to rid your home of dust mites, and yourself and your family from life-damaging manifestations of allergies:

-Regular house cleaning, including vacuuming all soft surfaces: sofas, mattresses, carpets, soft toys. It is recommended to choose plastic vacuum cleaner attachments without fabric covers, which themselves can be a breeding ground for house mites.

-Weekly washing of bedding. Recommended mode of washing: steam treatment followed by drying outdoors or in a drying machine. Drying bed linen indoors in the open is strongly discouraged.

-Optimize the level of humidity in the room with the help of climate control equipment. Daily ventilation is also mandatory.

-Ensuring maximum penetration of natural light. Blackout curtains should be left for the dark time of day. Blinds should be adjusted so that natural light still penetrates into the room.

-Use special products to combat dust mites. Ideal option - means with natural, and not with a completely chemical composition, so as not to provoke a new allergy - to chemosis.

With a comprehensive approach to solving the problem, dust allergens will be forced to retreat. They simply do not have a chance to exist.

Vitalbiom Allergen Spray - a reliable helper in the fight against allergies

Vitalbiom allergen spray based on probiotics helps to get rid of allergies to organic household dust. This spray is effective against household mites and is safe for humans.

When the spray is sprayed on the surface to be treated, it starts the process of repopulating the space with beneficial bacteria. These beneficial bacteria then begin to produce enzymes that break down organic allergens. The cycle is completed by the absorption of the broken down allergens by probiotics.

The effect of Vitalbiom spray is noticeable after a week! The recommended frequency of treatment is twice a week.

Vitalbiom can be safely used on the surfaces of the following categories:


-Mattresses and upholstered furniture.

-Carpets and rugs.

-Car covers.


-Home clothes and pajamas.

-Soft toys.

Try to take care of your health!