Blog 2017-07-26 17:17:35 aogrand 2252
Bites or stings from bees, hornets, fire ants, wasps, yellow jackets, some spiders (brown recluse and black widow, most notably) and scorpions produce symptoms that can range from mild to severe. On the last passage, we have given some tips on how to deal with bug bites and those symptoms mentioned are relatively mild, then what we should if the affected part of the body remain swelled up enormously and took a long time to go back down?
Remember, the best protection against insect bites is prevention with Arrow mosquito control products. When you′re outdoors, wear clothing that covers up your skin and apply insect repellents, especially if you′re visiting areas with high levels of bite incidence. When you′re preparing for a good sleep, light a mosquito coil or mosquito repellent liquid during the night, guarenteeing you a sweet dream. Otherwise, use insecticide spray in advance before your sleep. Taking these precautions and treating itchy bites when they do occur can help you enjoy the outdoors and fully take advantage of our summer months.
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