They come out at night and find people based on the temperature emitted by the body and exhaled carbon dioxide gas.
They usually work in the bedroom and hide in crevices and seams during the day.
The most common places for bedbugs to hide are mattress gaps, seams of frames, furniture behind the bed (especially headboard), or walls and floors.
A further sign of a bug is dark or black spots on the mattress. This is the excrement of the tick.
Bedbugs can smell, and if they have bedbugs, they also smell unpleasant smells.
Bedbugs feed on the blood of humans and other mammals.
Bedbugs can infect diseases, but they are rare in our country. On the contrary, the primary concern is the bite of bedbugs, which are very unpleasant.
Bedbugs do not bite, mainly because of body reactions, itching, and discomfort.
Repeated bites and exposure by bedbugs can cause itchy dermatitis or eczema. If you have any of the above, please refer to the pharmacist for advice.
Maintaining room hygiene, deep cleaning, and the use of effective pesticides can control the number of bugs, but if you want to completely remove bedbugs, you need to seek professional services.
How do you make sure there are bedbugs?
It's hard to tell whether they're bedbugs from bites, because they react differently after biting.
The key is to look at the overall shape and timing of the bite, and other factors that determine whether it is a bug bite.
Bedbugs don't wake people up. Any part of the body may be bitten, but the most common is around the blood vessels around the skin.
A bug may bite several times around the same place. But you can tell the type from where bedbugs bite.
In the early stages of infection, people may not feel the bites or itch.
But if there are spots of blood on the bed, there is a bug.
Bedbugs can also climb adjacent buildings through small holes in walls or floors. If you live in an apartment or bungalow, after you get infected with bedbugs, consider your neighbors and take immediate action against them.
They are easy to spread and difficult to control, which results in a rapid increase in the number of bedbugs.
In response to this problem, we must strengthen the awareness of prevention and control, once found bed lice, immediately governance.