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Dust mites are microscopic insects that feed on dander (skin flakes) that people and pets constantly shed. They thrive in warm, moist places such as mattresses, pillows and bedding. Dust mites are also found in carpeting, drapes, plush furniture and stuffed toys. People with dust allergies are allergic to the droppings (feces) of dust mites.
The more of these measures you take, the more likely there will be benefits: