Why Sleep Apnea Patients Should Stay Away from Dust Mites

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Sleep Apnea And Dust Mites

If your surroundings at bedroom have dust particles, which are invisible, it may aggravate asthma or snoring. That is because the particles enter the lungs through the respiratory tract or to the sinuses through nasal airways, thus triggering breathing difficulties. That is why you may need to consider using air purifiers for filtering particles and airborne dirt so that nighttime breathing becomes relatively easier to you. In fact, doing this is a good hygiene practice, which will lessen snoring and bring about a peaceful sleep.

The purifier’s design will also eventually determine the particle size it can filter from the air. For instance, an air purifier featuring a paper filter would filter the large particles from the atmosphere, but if you have allergies or are living with someone who smokes, consider choosing one featuring a HEPA filter to trap minuscule particles.

Even if you are living in an atmosphere free of smoke, you might still come across pollutants in the air. Thus, it is important to keep the surroundings at home free of dust particles to prevent snoring due to allergies altogether. In addition to that, if smoke or pollen exists at home it might collect plenty of germs and dust which may potentially aggravate respiratory conditions.

House dust mites cause blockages in the respiratory tract. Moreover, the majority of people suffering from hay fever stay allergic to dust mites at home while a few stay allergic to pet danders. Therefore, inhaling dust mite can be dangerous for those having allergies and can worsen the asthma symptoms often referred to as ‘asthma attacks’.

This happens due to mucus tightening up around the airways even as other symptoms of asthma including sneezing, cough and postnasal drip may also worsen. Dust mites at home can be the underlying cause of a runny nose occurring throughout a year in an asthma patient. Stuffy nose can also worsen apnea and snoring and thereby aggravate the asthma symptoms.

However, if you use precautionary measures such as air purifiers, you can reduce the microscopic dirt in the surrounding air and maintain an adequate air quality for better breathing. Reducing the air pollution will lessen the allergy symptoms making breathing at all the more easy to you. Besides that, reducing the swelling of nasal passageway and the stuffy nose caused by the airborne allergies can potentially affect how your snoring lessens.

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