Hate making your bed in the morning? Well, here's a perfect excuse not to. According to a new study, making your bed may be hazardous to your health.

The problem is, at any given time, there are an average of 1.5 million microscopic insects called dust mites living between your sheets. Cooties galore!

And, when you make your bed, you’re creating the perfect environment for these little critters.

But, when you don’t make your bed, your sheets and blankets are exposed to the air, which allows them to dry leaving the mites without the perfect conditions to breed and thrive. (The Loop)

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