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Bedbugs are a real problem, and we do want to know better how they spread. For example, if you work in a place infested with bed bugs, you must take charge. The same is valid for the area you live. What to do if you think you have bed bugs?Read more
Bed bug bites are extremely annoying and cause swelling, itching, pain, and scaring, which are not easy symptoms to live with. This is why we wanted to teach you how to cure bed bug bites and take care of the related symptoms using natural and household remedies!Read more
Bed bugs can fit into almost any crack, crevice, or protected location. They prefer to hide in dark places where they will be undisturbed. Bedbugs tend to live in groups. They usually only come out to feed with your blood while you are sleeping.Read more
Bed bugs can hitch a ride on clothing that you wear, but only on your outfit, not directly on your body. If you suspect that there are bed bugs on some of your clothes, remove them in a place with a non-carpeted floor and put them into a plastic bag.Read more
Bed bugs are tough to extinguish when they infest your home. Your best chance of bed bug extermination is to do your part by cooperating with the pest control company.The following tips will help you get rid of bed bugs quicklyRead more
Bed bugs hide in cracks and crevices, surviving on human blood for ages. They don’t carry severe medical risks and don’t transmit diseases. We collected 45 essential bed bug life cycle facts, intended to enrich your understanding of these irritating bugs.Read more
Repeated exposure to bed bug bites for several weeks and months can sensitize you to the saliva, and you can develop mild to intense allergic reactions. Some people’s skin does not react to bed bug bites. Some unlucky others develop severe rashes or blisters.Read more