Bed Bug Bites: Expensive Remedy VS Natural Remedy


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Aug 23, 2012
I’ve read an article that there was a study about bed bugs bites a person who has less hair in his whole body. But how will you explain people with lice (a blood sucking insect or parasite) all over their hair in his head? Does it counts considering they both come from insect family? Gross isn’t it? But to whom we can open up these things? Most people think that we are epidemic to society; considering the self confidence of a person. I’ll share an incident when the family gathered one Sunday and have a family bonding. We are three siblings in the family, most of the time; we talk about lots of things like personal issues, office works and or other people we know. My younger sister showed me her arms and say “Look, I have rashes. It’s been one (1) week now and I don’t know why. I think it’s the new soap that I am using”. She already went to a dermatologist on her fourth (4th) day, still the rashes was there. We even played jokes on her “Maybe it is not a simple rashes, maybe it is a skin disease. Yak”! I’ve shared it to a friend of mine and said, it might be a bed bug bites. Knowledge of her, that my mom’s bed is older than me (I was the eldest of the family), and cannot change the fact that the bed bugs might really living with her for quite some time. I remember that my grandmother used to say that when you have bed bugs or even rashes, you must do the following: Buy new bed foam or change all your worn-out cheap pillows; which I really love to do because I get to dispose all my pillows and buy a new one in my mom’s expense. Do not scratch your skin even though it is very itchy; better yet, get a tepid towel, put it on top of your skin to subside the itchiness. If you have time and budget, try to go at the beach and stay in the water as much as you can. At home: prepare lukewarm water in a tub, put lots of salt and soak the part of your irritated body. This will reduce the irritation of the bed bugs until the rashes in your skin dries and heal. Most important of all, try to clean up your room. Be more organize with your things, and try to stay fresh everyday by taking a bath and wearing new set of clothes after a bath (new laundry clothes). As you can see, it is not easy to stay out of the bed bugs bite. It is like staying in a relationship or choosing your friends to be with. You have to be precise, organize or compatible and comfortable to be with. Because you’ll never know when it will come, where it came from, and how did it gets there until you’re already bitten. As the saying goes “Don’t let the bed bugs bite you”. “Nos Da!” To get all information on bed bug bites visit our site: Share Bookmark on Delicious Recommend on Facebook Buzz it up Share on Linkedin Share via MySpace Share on Orkut share via Reddit Share on identica Share with Stumblers Share on technorati Tumblr it Tweet about it Print for later Bookmark in Browser