In this day and age, it can be difficult to find a steady work-life balance and find the time to get the cleaning done. But this can be bad for anyone who sufferers from asthma that lives in your home and it could cause asthma attacks to occur. Asthma is worsened by irritants such as dust and allergens that float about and if the home is not cleaned regularly then these can pile up and irritate those suffering from asthma. Dust also contains mites called ‘dust mites’ and their dropping is also an irritant if you have asthma so it is vital that your home is kept spic and span to prevent asthma attacks from happening.
Asthma is a respiratory illness and it means that anyone who suffers from the illness may have allergic reactions to a particular allergen or a group of allergens. It is therefore really important that the cleaning in your home is taken care of regularly so that asthma sufferers are not made to suffer even more with their illness. If the home is left dusty, the dust can trigger an asthma attack and this can kill, as when someone suffers an attack their airways can close up and they can eventually stop breathing unless medical attention is sought very quickly. And of course, nobody would want this to happen to anybody.
The only problem that many people come across is that with the stress of living in today’s world and with mounting work pressures, it can be very hard to find the time to keep on top of the cleaning at home. Most of us would prefer to wind down with a good book and spend some time catching up with our family and friends. But one option is to get cleaners in to do all of your chores for you. It doesn’t usually cost as much as you might think so it’s best to call and get a few free quotes first so that you are able to figure out whether it is something that you can afford. But at the end of the day, no cost is too much for the health of someone that you love. Not only that, you too would benefit from your home being clean and tidy when you get in after a hard day at the office. Who wouldn’t like that!?
The dust isn’t the only thing that you should be concerned about. In a home that is not cleaned often, there can be many bugs that can carry harmful bacteria around your home. This means that babies, young children and the elderly could be at risk. Even teenagers, young adults and adults can be at risk as bacteria can be spread between people and flu or viruses can be caught easily. If you have cleaners in to clean your home regularly, you should be able to reduce the risk of people becoming unwell from bacteria in the home. Cleaning companies use anti-bacterial cleaning products that would kill the majority of such bugs and bacteria.
The experts usually say that deep cleaning should be undertaken at least once every 7 days in your house, and that you should also make an effort to ‘clean as you go’ to keep bugs and bacteria at bay. Don’t forget the textiles too as these can hold dust and bugs so you should keep them washed and get the carpets cleaned every so often too so that any creepy crawlies lurking in the carpets are removed from your home.
You can read more about types of bacteria by clicking here and you can this article on the Daily mail website shows you just how rife the problem is: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-1298469/The-harmful-bacteria-responsible-food-poisoning-breathing-problems-hiding-homes.html