Keep The Bed Bugs Away

It can be uneasy to be disturbed the whole night while you try to sleep, it been a long day of work or work. You just couldn’t wait to turn on your AC system, take a shower while your room cools, and just doze off to a deep slumber. However, there is this annoying and ticklish feeling that seems never to go away. After a while it starts to get to you, now you feel like something is crawling on you, and the thought is enough to keep you up all night. Bed bugs are a big disturbance while a person is trying to sleep, but once you notice early signs that they are present, you must act quickly to get rid of them, as they can multiply swiftly as well.  

 bed bugs

Bed bugs are small insects that are flat and oval, they look like roaches, but they don’t have wings. Often, they are transferred from humans or pets; they like to move around in soft, smooth texture, just like the hair on your scalp, the fur of a dog, or a soft blanket. They specifically feed on blood, and they usually are active during the dark while everything is calm and quiet. They can also reproduce rather quickly, and this is why you get the feeling that they are all over your body.  

The only good thing about bed bugs is that they don’t carry toxins or poisons with their bites, so you don’t need to worry about any fatal reactions to occur if you get bitten by one. Chances are though, when you do get bitten, it will be a lot of bites in different areas of your body. It will look like a mosquito bite, but a lot redder in color, and circular in shape. The worst thing that you should expect out of their bites will be the formation of blisters.  

If they are present in your beds, then your entire home could be prone to a massive infestation of these insects. Try to act fast, one great way of eliminating them right away is by getting a steamer and go through every inch of your bed. Make sure that you steam over and under the sheets of your bed. Afterward, you use a vacuum cleaner and try to suck up as much bed bugs as you can, some of them may lay deep in your bed, so it might be a smart idea to open your bed up as well.   

You should remove all your bed sheets and pillow cases, and throw them in the garbage because there can be a chance they have laid eggs, and it could just start the reproduction process, and you will be stuck in a never-ending cycle. If you feel that things are getting out of hand, then the safest bet is to request for pest control services to get the job done.  



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