Blog 2017-07-27 15:26:46 aogrand 1951
Getting bitten by a bug can be a creepy experience, especially if you don′t know what tiny creature left you with that red, throbbing welt on your skin. Don′t panic. Most bites and stings from common insects are harmless and heal quickly. But some bites and stings, like those from fire ants, wasps, hornets, and bees, may cause intense pain or even an allergic reaction. Others, like poisonous spider bites, require immediate emergency medical care. Symptoms of bug bites provide clues to the cause and severity. For example, most bug bites cause red bumps with pain, itching, or burning. Some bug bites also feature blisters or welts. Tick bites can carry Lyme disease with a rash that looks like a bull′s-eye. Most bug bites are transmitted directly from the insect, and most bug bites occur outdoors. Two exceptions are bedbugs — tiny mites that live in and near beds — and lice, which spread through contact with an infected person, a comb, or clothing. Because certain bites can also spread illnesses such as the Zika virus and West Nile virus (both transmitted by mosquito), Lyme disease (from a black-legged tick), Rocky Mountain spotted fever (from a dog or wood tick), or Chagas disease (from kissing bugs), it′s good to know what bit you. Learning to identify a bug bite by how it looks and feels will help you know whether to seek medical care or treat the skin bump at home. The best way to prevent insect bites is to avoid insects, wear protective clothing, use pesticide, not eat foods or wear fragrances that attract bugs and know your own personal risk for having an allergic reaction to a bug bite. In case the place you are in offers good terms to and create a better condition for bugs breeding, high-rate insecticide spray such as Arrow moquito control products should be used to avoid possible harm to you and your family as a feasible way.
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