The Asthma Foundation claims that some 40% of asthma attacks are triggered by colds and allergies and a recent study by the University of Melbourne has shown that toddlers with a dust mite allergy (often in the form of a persistent night cough) are significantly more likely to develop asthma in their teens.

Generally, the symptoms of dust mite allergy are unpleasantly debilitating with an on-going, negative effect on your well-being and lifestyle.