Skin Water Loss Caused By Dust Mites

Researchers at the Juntendo University School of Medicine located in Tokyo, Japan have said in a new study that dust mites cause skin to lose water. The enzyme that dust mites create breaks the barrier in skin that results in the water loss.

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Posted by: Debbie Bickelhaupt | November 07, 2007

    Would like to have authorative support for my opinion that dust mites can cause illnesses such as chronic cough, asthma, stuffiness, raspy voice, dry mouth, etc. My partner and I suffer from the aforementioned including periodic skin rashes, roseola, etc. I vacuum my home regularly. Several members of our family have asthma, one or two died during an asthma attack. Still my husband considers my opinion on this to be invalid. Do you know how I could offer authorative proof that this may very well be the cause of our chronic illnesses? Is their a test to see if the dust mites are present and in what volume? Our symptoms are much worse at night.

Posted by: Mavis O'Neil | February 12, 2007

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