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How to Identify a Bug Bite and What to Do With It

Hey guys! Do you like summer? Who doesn’t, right? It’s time for fun. At a barbecue, by the sea, in a park or on a lake shore. But wait! Who’s gonna bug you, and spoil all the pleasure? Someone very small, but very annoying. Insects. There are zillions of them, and most are innocent and scared out of their wits of the huge humans. But a few others can bite or sting you and cause real trouble.

For example, almost all 40,000 different kinds of spiders are venomous. Don’t panic! Not for people. But there are 3 kinds of spiders whom you’d better avoid. Ticks aren’t our friends either. They can infect people with encephalitis, borreliosis and other diseases. So if you wanna stay safe, remember which pests you’d rather keep off your party list.

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– Brown Recluse spiders live in the Midwest and South of the central US regions. They choose houses, barns, and lofts, and can hide behind furniture or floorboards.
– The Black Widow lives in the whole territory of the country, usually outdoors in protected places, like heaps of stones or firewood. It has a red or orange hour-glass mark on the belly.
– Tarantula’s bites are very rare and – thanks goodness !– New World tarantulas are not venomous. But if you try to disturb him on purpose, he can throw out needle hairs, which can cause an allergic reaction.
– A brightly colored swollen circle is usually a mosquito bite. It takes its final shape very quickly and doesn’t change for a long time.
– When biting a human, mosquitos inject their saliva, which contains a blood-thinner, into the wound. This is what causes the swelling, redness and itching.
– An allergy to mosquito bites has the following symptoms: a single bite can cause an extensive rash on a big area of the body.
– A body reacts to a tick’s attack with a red spot in the place of a bite. The insect can stay attached to the skin for a long time, sucking blood and increasing in size.
– The worst thing about ticks is that they can infect people with encephalitis, borreliosis (Lyme disease) and other diseases.
– You’ll face the biggest danger of getting infected if you live in a region endemic in ticks’ infections, or visit it during their highest activity, from the middle of May till the end of September.
– If you’ve found a tick on your body, remove it with tweezers and go to the doctor, even if you feel ok.
– Bug bites look different. Some people don’t notice them at all; others have a strong allergic reaction with itching and pain.
– A bug bites through the skin, trying to feel for a suitable capillary. That’s why it often leaves a line of 5-7 bites in a row.
– Itching is one of the nastiest effects of a bug’s bite. The bites can keep itching constantly, and be painful to the touch.
– A bee can leave a stinger in the spot where it got you. You’ll have to extract it carefully. Bee stings aren’t dangerous if you don’t have an allergy to them.
– The intensity of pain depends on the person’s pain barrier. For people with a high barrier, it won’t be too much discomfort.
– Things are much worse if you have an allergy to apitoxin. The bite can lead to Quincke’s disease, and anaphylaxis, which is life threatening.

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