Can’t sleep at night? Feeling itchy and uncomfortable? Maybe your bed has been infected by creepy crawlies like the beg bug! Want to know how to prevent beg bug bites? Itching to know more? Read on…Do bed bugs really bite? Well, they have a really well developed mouth and they usually feed on blood when you are sleeping. The mouth consists of a beak that’s long and is sharp enough to pierce skin and strong enough to suck blood. They’re usually full quite fast and finish their meals in less than a minute or if you’re unlucky, it can go on for at least 3 minutes! No need to fear bites from such tiny critters since it doesn’t hurt at all and you might feel the itch long after the bed bug has finished.So, how to prevent bed bug bites? A bed having tears and holes in the mattress is usually very rough for the person using it for the night, but very tempting for these nasty insects, because they prefer living in places where they can gorge at night. These bugs can also be found in egg foam, water beds, cardboard piles, sleeping bags or any warm nook and… Read full this story
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