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Bedbugs are small, oval, brownish insects that live on the blood of animals or humans. Adult bedbugs have flat bodies about the size of an apple seed. After feeding, however, their bodies swell and are a reddish color.

Bedbugs do not fly, but they can move quickly over floors, walls, and ceilings. Female bedbugs may lay hundreds of eggs, each of which is about the size of a speck of dust, over a lifetime.

Immature bedbugs, called nymphs, shed their skins five times before reaching maturity and require a meal of blood before each shedding. Under favorable conditions the bugs can develop fully in as little as a month and produce three or more generations per year.

Although they are a nuisance, they are not thought to transmit diseases.

Where Bed Bugs Hide

Bedbugs may enter your home undetected through luggage, clothing, used beds and couches, and other items. Their flattened bodies make it possible for them to fit into tiny spaces, about the width of a credit card. Bedbugs do not have nests like ants or bees, but tend to live in groups in hiding places. Their initial hiding places are typically in mattresses, box springs, bed frames, and headboards where they have easy access to people to bite in the night.

Over time, however, they may scatter through the bedroom, moving into any crevice or protected location. They may also spread to nearby rooms or apartments.

Because bedbugs live solely on blood, having them in your home is not a sign of dirtiness. You are as likely to find them in immaculate homes and hotel rooms as in filthy ones.

When Bedbugs Bite

Bedbugs are active mainly at night and usually bite people while they are sleeping. They feed by piercing the skin and withdrawing blood through an elongated beak. The bugs feed from three to 10 minutes to become engorged and then crawl away unnoticed.

Most bedbug bites are painless at first, but later turn into itchy welts. Unlike flea bites that are mainly around the ankles, bedbug bites are on any area of skin exposed while sleeping. Also, the bites do not have a red spot in the center like flea bites do.

People who don’t realize they have a bedbug infestation may attribute the itching and welts to other causes, such as mosquitoes. To confirm bedbug bites, you must find and identify the bugs themselves.

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Signs of Infestation

If you wake up with itchy areas you didn’t have when you went to sleep, you may have bedbugs, particularly if you got a used bed or other used furniture around the time the bites started. Other signs that you have bedbugs include:

  • Blood stains on your sheets or pillowcases
  • Dark or rusty spots of bedbug excrement on sheets and mattresses, bed clothes, and walls
  • Bedbug fecal spots, egg shells, or shed skins in areas where bedbugs hide
  • An offensive, musty odor from the bugs’ scent glands

If you suspect an infestation, remove all bedding and check it carefully for signs of the bugs or their excrement. Remove the dust cover over the bottom of the box springs and examine the seams in the wood framing. Peel back the fabric where it is stapled to the wood frame.

Also, check the area around the bed, including inside books, telephones or radios, the edge of the carpet, and even in electrical outlets. Check your closet, because bedbugs can attach to clothing. If you are uncertain about signs of bedbugs, call an exterminator, who will know what to look for.

If you find signs of infestation, begin steps to get rid of the bugs and prevent their return.

Bedbug Treatments

Getting rid of bedbugs begins with cleaning up the places where bedbugs live. This should include the following:

  • Clean bedding, linens, curtains, and clothing in hot water and dry them on the highest dryer setting. Place stuffed animals, shoes, and other items that can’t be washed in the dryer and run on high for 30 minutes.
  • Use a stiff brush to scrub mattress seams to remove bedbugs and their eggs before vacuuming.
  • Vacuum your bed and surrounding area frequently. After vacuuming, immediately place the vacuum cleaner bag in a plastic bag and place in garbage can outdoors.
  • Encase mattress and box springs with a tightly woven, zippered cover to keep bedbugs from entering or escaping. Bedbugs may live up to a year without feeding, so keep the cover on your mattress for at least a year to make sure all bugs in the mattress are dead.
  • Repair cracks in plaster and glue down peeling wallpaper to get rid of places bedbugs can hide.
  • Get rid of clutter around the bed.

If your mattress is infested, you may want to get rid of it and get a new one, but take care to rid the rest of your home of bedbugs or they will infest your new mattress.

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Bedbug Extermination

While cleaning up infested areas will be helpful in controlling bedbugs, getting rid of them usually requires chemical treatments. Because treating your bed and bedroom with insecticides can be harmful, it is important to use products that can be used safely in bedrooms. Do not treat mattresses and bedding unless the label specifically says you can use them on bedding.

Generally it is safest and most effective to hire an experienced pest control professional for bedbug extermination.

Sources

University of Kentucky College of Agriculture: "Bed Bugs."

Ohio State University Extension Fact Sheet: "Bed Bugs."

The New York City Department of Heath and Mental Hygiene: "Stop Bed Bugs Safely."

University of Nebraska–Lincoln Extension Lancaster County: "Managing Bed Bugs."

What are bedbugs?

You might find it annoying when the person you sleep beside steals the blanket, but what about sleeping near something that steals your blood? Bedbugs are back. Many of us didn’t even know they were real. They’d all but vanished from the United States after the 1950s, when saturating an infected home with DDT was a common (and quite effective) practice. But DDT has been on the no-no list for some time now. That and a steady increase in international travel are the most probable sources for the steady rise in bedbug infestation, especially in large cities, over the last 10 years or so.

Bedbugs, orCimex lectularius,feed on humans and other animal hosts, like birds and bats, and have been around pretty much forever. These insects are called "bedbugs" because they eat primarily while their host is asleep, so the host’s sleeping area (whether a bed or nest) is the most common area for the tiny insects to feed, hide, and lay their eggs in. But couches, upholstered chairs, bed frames, cracks in walls and molding, clothing, ceiling holes for light fixtures and pretty much any dark, protected area is game for bedbug housing (though they do tend to prefer wood to metal). Full-grown adults are only a quarter-inch (0.64 centimeters) long and are fairly flat, so they can slip into almost any space. The youngest ones are hardly visible to the naked eye.

The bug has an oval-shaped outer shell through which you can often see their hosts’ blood as a dark spot beneath the surface. Like many other insects, they insert a syringelike "mouth" extension into the host’s skin. Bedbugs will target any area of exposed skin. It can take anywhere from three to 10 minutes for the bug to fill up, and the host seldom wakes up while being bitten. Its bite is more annoying than truly harmful, as bedbugs have never been known to transmit diseases to humans. But when they pierce the skin with their beaks to draw blood, they release some of their saliva into the broken skin, and over time, repeated exposure can result in an allergic reaction to the bites. This mostly means more itchiness and swelling than you find with a typical mosquito bite, and some over-the-counter antihistamine and anti-inflammatory drugs are usually all you need to fix the discomfort. Some people don’t react to the bites or saliva exposure at all.

Continue to the next page to learn how to get rid of this annoying roommate.

What Do Bed Bugs Eat? Do They Only Feed On Humans?

While bed bugs like human blood, they have been known to feed on animals like bats too. Discover more about bed bugs and their different types.

Bed bugs. You want them gone. They want to take over your home – and your bed. They do that well, staying hidden by day and preying on you at night while you are defenseless. This works for them and keeps them out of trouble with their human blood donors. But what do bed bugs eat besides blood?

There are many species of bed bugs, and they all feed on blood. Most species prefer one mammal over another. For some, the blood of specific mammals is required for them to lay viable eggs and survive. Most bed bugs, however, will feed on any blood available to sustain themselves, if their preferred warm blood is not available.

The most common species of bed bug associated with people is formally named Cimex lectularius. Human blood is their primary energy source. We house them, feed their young and provide them with the nutritional elements they must have to breed and produce viable eggs.

Should bed bugs be found in your house, they will most likely be C. lectularius, but it is important to remember that there is a possibility of other species invading, such as bat bugs. Bat bugs are in the same family as bed bugs and formally named Cimex adjunctus. As their name indicates, bat bugs live with and feed mostly on bats. Like C. lectularius, they will feed and survive on the blood of other mammals, including humans, but they must have bat blood to reproduce.

It is very important to identify which Cimex species you have, because their habits and habitats are quite different. In a typical bed bug infestation, close to 70 percent of the bed bugs will be either on or very close to the bed area.

You may not realize you have a bat infestation until bat bugs are identified in your home. Bat bug infestations will usually be in the attic or wall voids where bats have been nesting. These hiding spots are in completely different locations than that of bed bugs. Control must include removal of the bats and the bat bugs.

What do bed bugs eat? They might snack on animals. They might have bat-tasting relatives. But in the end, the bed bug’s favorite thing to eat is your blood. It will probably take a professional pest management specialist to identify whether you are dealing with human bloodsuckers or their bat brethren. The primary identifier is the relationship between the length of the hairs on the pronotum and the size of the eyes. Don’t know what a pronotum is? Then save your time, and your blood – call a professional.

Do Earwigs Bite?

If you shudder a little when you think about earwigs, you’re probably not alone. They’ve developed quite a nasty reputation, thanks to urban legends (mostly false) that have been circulating for years. But are they harmful?

The Lifespans of Insects With Short Lives

Many insects, such as butterflies, have a lifespan that occurs in four stages: egg, larva, pupa, and adult. Other insects, such as grasshoppers, do not have a pupal stage and instead go through three stages: egg, nymph, and adult. The length of each stage can vary based on many things, from the insect species to the temperature outside—but what some insects share in common is a very short adult stage. Keep reading to learn about five insects with some of the shortest adult stages in their lifespan.

The Return of the Brown Marmorated Stink Bug

The change of seasons from summer to fall means many things: leaves changing colors, dropping temperatures, and—depending on where you live—stink bugs sneaking into your home. Stink bugs were named for their distinct ability to emit an unpleasant odor when they are threatened or disturbed by predators like lizards or birds. This also means that if stink bugs enter your home and feel threatened, you’ll be faced with dealing with their strong smell in your house. As we head into fall, you might find yourself with more active stink bugs than usual, so it’s important to know the basics about these smelly insects.

What are Earwigs?

Most people have probably heard of earwigs at some point or another. These creepy-looking insects are associated with some urban myths. Learn the truth about earwigs, including what attracts them and how to help get rid of them.

ARE TICKS DANGEROUS?

The majority of ticks will deliver painless bites without any noticeable symptoms. However, some ticks can carry a variety of bacteria and pathogens for disease. Although not all ticks are dangerous, you don’t want to risk coming into contact with these blood-sucking insects.

ARE TICKS DANGEROUS?

The majority of ticks will deliver painless bites without any noticeable symptoms. However, some ticks can carry a variety of bacteria and pathogens for disease. Although not all ticks are dangerous, you don’t want to risk coming into contact with these blood-sucking insects.

Are Bed Bugs Contagious?

Bed bugs are not too picky about where and when they catch a ride and don’t necessarily have a preferred mode of transportation, so it’s no surprise how many people wonder, are bed bugs contagious?

Which animals and insects can eat bed bugs?

Which animals eat bed bugs? This an understandable question because bed bugs multiply so fast and you want something to stop them. So, what eats bed bugs and slow down them?

What are bed bugs?

Bed bugs are insects which are blood-fed parasites. They feed on mammalians like bats, dogs, cats or human and their favorite food source is human.

When they host in your home, they will always prefer human as their main source. Even if there are pets at home like a dog or a cat, they won’t feed on them if they can keep feeding on you.

Therefore, bed bugs are disturbing for you. They hide in their hosts like cracks, cabinets, clothes or holes and go out for feeding usually at nights.

And when you wake up to a beautiful day, the rest of your day will become a nightmare because of red spots on your body and endless itching which was caused by bed bug bites.

Which animals eat bed bugs?

A person can ask this question for two intentions. First, he wants to have a pet which will eat bed bugs and second, there are some other insects around so, he wonders if those insects will eat bed bugs or not.

Do spiders eat bed bugs?

Spider are usually harmless arachnids. Even if they can be scary for some people, most species of spiders won’t bite or disturb you.

They eat a huge variety of foods including flies, butterflies, moths or mosquitoes. Most spiders prefer to wait in their hidden areas or webs and attack their hunts when they are close enough to them while some are fast enough to run after their hunts and capture them.

As I told above, their dinner menu is rich, and it includes bed bugs. Spiders are natural predators and they will enjoy bed bugs!

Do cockroaches eat bed bugs?

When you see a cockroach moving with a hurry in your kitchen, that means you have some problems. They are unwanted guests of our houses.

When it’s about the menu of cockroaches, the question is not “what they eat?”, but it must be “what they don’t eat?”.

They are omnivore and they eat anything around including plants or animals. So, they eat bed bugs too.

Do ants eat bed bugs?

First, you must know that there are thousands of ants and the answer depends on the type of ants.

Ants are omnivore too and they eat a lot of things including seeds, plants or animals. In their natural habitat, ants eat worms, spider or even other ants.

So, yes, some types of ants like argentine ants, pharaoh ants or fire ants will eat bed bugs. But not every kind of ants in your home will eat bed bugs.

Do silverfish eat bed bugs?

Silverfish are metallic colored pests which are not harmful for human. They don’t bite or sting you. What makes them unwanted is their extraordinary view with 3 long appendages on their bodies.

Their main diet exists of textiles including silk, paper and other things. They may eat some dead insects too.

Even if they eat dead insects, we can not say that they are natural predators for bed bugs.

Do ladybugs eat bed bugs?

Ladybugs are known as considered good luck. Most of them are predators and eat other insects. Their menu includes aphids, mites, flies and other insects with soft bodies.

For adult bed bugs are as large as ladybugs, ladybugs can’t eat them. But we can say that, ladybugs will eat baby bud bugs and nymphs.

Do centipedes eat bed bugs?

Centipedes are arachnoids which can move very fast. They may have 15 to 175 pairs of legs and their size are from 5 to 150 mm depending on their species.

They are natural predators too and can eat a lot of species of insects like spiders, moths, crickets, cockroaches and bed bugs.

And yes, they will eat and enjoy bed bugs!

Do masked hunters eat bed bugs?

Masked hunters may be your best ally on your war against bed bugs. Because their primarily and favorite food is bed bugs.

What’s wrong with them is that they bite you too. Their bite is very painful and this makes them a dangerous solution for bed bugs.

Do cats or dogs eat bed bugs?

Cats and dogs are not guests of our homes, but a member of it. If you have a cat or a dog in your home, you may wonder if they will help you fighting with the bed bugs.

Cats eat bugs and they really enjoy it. They like eating spiders, crickets or grasshoppers. But when it’s about cats eating bed bugs, no, they will not prefer to eat bed bugs. Because bed bugs are small sized with a length of 1 to 5 mm and that won’t draw the cat’s attention.

Dogs will not eat bed bugs too.

Natural enemies of bed bugs

So, let’s make a list of natural predators for bed bugs:

  • Cockroaches: Eat bed bugs
  • Masked hunters: Their favorite hunt is bed bugs
  • Pharaoh ants: Natural predators for bed bugs
  • Spiders: Some types are enemies of bed bugs
  • Ladybugs: They can eat nymphs and small sized bed bugs
  • Centipedes: Eat bed bugs

Conclusion

Becoming a natural predator for bed bugs doesn’t make those bugs a trusty ally. Any kind of bugs in your home should be thrown out immediately.

But when it’s about fighting with bed bugs, you can ignore the existence of some bugs for a while. They can’t kill all bed bugs and end this problem for you, but they can help you.

So, you must remember that natural enemies of bed bugs can eat them, but if you want to end this invasion, you must check for some real solutions.

14 Tips How to Prevent Bed Bugs Bites at Home and when Travelling

In recent years, bed bugs become more common and they are also difficult to control. Especially, when you travel, bed bug should be one of your concerns. Fortunately, there are some steps that you can take in order to prevent bed bugs bites. By avoiding bed bugs when travelling, avoiding contaminated materials, as well as protecting your home, you will be able to prevent bed bugs.

List Of Simple Ways On How To Prevent Bed Bugs Bites:

In this article, I want to show you some of the simplest ways that can help you prevent bed bugs from getting into your house and while travelling. So, if you have already experienced bed bugs bites, and want to know how to prevent this problem from occurring again, you should keep your eyes on this article right now.

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I. Symptoms Of Bed Bugs

Bedbugs are small, brownish insects living on the blood of humans and animals. Bedbugs are often active at night and bite people who are sleeping. The bugs feed from 3- 10 minutes and then crawl away unnoticed. At first, most of the bedbug bites are painless, but they turn into itchy welts later on.

Some of the most common signs and symptoms of bed bug are:

  • Itching on the skin
  • Skin eruptions
  • Small red bumps
  • Skin dryness

Although less common, you can develop some life-threatening reactions to bites caused by bed bugs. These reactions include:

  • Difficulty breathing
  • Large blisters
  • Irregular heartbeat
  • Fever
  • Swollen tongue
  • Infection from scratching
  • Nausea
  • Anemia

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II. How To Prevent Bed Bugs In Your House

Bed bugs can live in many places in your house. Fortunately, there are some measures that you can take to prevent a bed bug infestation in your house. Here are some simple tips that can be effective in reducing the risks of getting bed bugs bites.

1. Replace The Mattress Every 2-3 Years

This is the first way on how to prevent bed bugs bites at home that we want to mention in this article and want all of my readers to apply for good. It is a smart action you should take if you want to eliminate this problem from its source. When bed bugs have appeared in your bed, it is very difficult to find out where they are, and eliminate them. Addition to this, bed bugs can spread to other areas around your home and you will find difficult to control them.

Also, you can cover your mattress with a plastic protective cover. The bed bugs will not be able to crawl under this protective cover and penetrate the fabric. You can find mattress protective covers at most of the bed-selling stores. If you bring bed bugs to your home, the protective covers will help you see the bugs more easily. If bed bugs have already appeared in your mattress, you should dispose of these bugs instead of removing them.

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2. Use Essential Oils

There are a few scent options that can be used to keep the bed bugs away, so you can pick any of these essential oils. You just need to add 6-10 drops of your favorite essential oil to a spray bottle that is packed with ¼ cup of water. Then, spray the scented water on your items and in your house.

Some essential oils that can help keep bed bugs away include cinnamon, clove, lemongrass, peppermint, thyme, lavender, eucalyptus, and tea tree oil. Plus, you can make a repellant for the body by mixing the essential oil in a carrier oil like grape-seed or jojoba oil. This is also one of the best tips on how to prevent bed bugs when travelling and at home that you should not miss yet make use right from today!

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3. Vacuum Rugs And Carpets Often

To prevent a bed bug infestation, you should vacuum your carpets and rugs every week. If you suspect that you have already brought home bed bugs, then you should vacuum daily until you are sure that there is no bed bug in your house. After that, you should dispose of the vacuum contents in plastic bags before removing them from your home right away. Actually, vacuuming your items often is known as one of the greatest ways on how to prevent bed bugs bites that you should not look down.

4. Check Secondhand Clothes And Furniture

When it comes to ways on how to prevent bed bugs bites, you should try to check secondhand clothes and furniture. According to a study [1] , secondhand clothes and furniture are some biggest risks for bug infestation, so purchasing new items may be your safest solution. In case you decide to buy secondhand items, you should make sure to check the crevices and seams of all secondhand items for red spots or reddish-brown bed bugs. Then, wash and dry all of the washable items immediately. Also, you do not take any piece of furniture or clothes from the trash.

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5. Store Your Clothes in Sealed Bags

When you are looking for simple ways on how to prevent bed bugs bites, storing your clothing in sealed bags may be a great solution. You should store them in vacuum-sealed bags because this can make your items less accessible to bugs. Addition to this, you should also keep your seasonal clothes in vacuum sealed bags, remove the air from these bags before putting them away. This way can help you prevent your items like blankets and sweaters from getting infested by bugs.

6. Always Check Used Items

To prevent a bed bug infestation, you should check the used items regularly, even harmless products such as electronics. Even if it seems to have no bed bug, you should also perform basic checks to all of your items in your house, even items you plan to bring into your house. Some items such as stereo receivers, computers, televisions, game systems and remotes have vents where bugs can hide easily, so you should check these vents carefully.

7. Use Home Remedies For Bed Bug Bites

To prevent bed bug bites, you can use organic soaps and lotions. Also, these products are gentle for the skin, so you can include them in your skin care for good.

  • Use witch hazel lotion and apple cider vinegar to help prevent pain and itching caused by bed bug bites.
  • Rosemary, lavender, and eucalyptus oils can be added to some rubbing alcohol for spraying items to prevent bed bug bites.
  • If you have bed bug bites, wash the affected skin with hot water before applying aloe vera gel to prevent scarring.
  • Rub an ice cube on your affected skin to numb the skin area and prevent pain and scarring as well.

Next, we will show you some of the simplest ways on how to prevent bed bugs when travelling. So, if you are planning to travel to other areas and want to prevent the risk of bringing bedbugs home, you should keep reading this article right now.

III. How To Prevent Bed Bugs When Travelling

Travelling is so wonderful, but bringing bed bugs home from travelling is actually a nightmare for everyone. However, you can take some simple measures to prevent bugs when travelling.

1. Investigate Hotels

According to a study [2] , prior to choosing a hotel, you need to research some options and also read customer comments. Currently, there are a lot of sites offering hotel feedbacks, so you can take advantage of these helpful resources. However, in some cases, an unhappy guest who just wants to ruin the reputation of the hotel can leave negative comments. So, if you see a few comments related to the bed bugs, consider them a legitimate concern.

Actually, this is known as one of the best ways on how to prevent bed bugs when travelling that you should know and then try to apply for good.

2. Check The Signs Of Bed Bugs

Another way on how to prevent bed bugs when travelling that you should not look down is to check the signs of bed bugs. Look for small red spots, reddish-brown bugs, egg casings, and yellow skins. Check crevices and seams of all of the furniture in your hotel. You do not neglect the wooden furniture near your mattress. In case you find a bug, you can leave the hotel immediately. If you cannot find any bed bug, this does not mean that there is no bug there. If you have had an itchy rash after waking up, then bed bugs may be present in your bed.

3. Keep The Luggage Away From Your Bed

Even in case you do not find any sign of bed bugs, you should avoid keeping your luggage near the hotel bed. Your luggage can become a possible source that carries bugs back from your travel. According to a study about keeping the bedbugs at bay [3] , keeping your items away the bed can give you the best option to prevent a bed bug infestation. If there is no luggage rack in your hotel room, the bathroom may be the safest locations for your luggage.

Besides, if you are worried about the bedbug concern in your hotel, you should:

  • Do not use too many towels.
  • Do not hang anything in the closet
  • Bring your own pillows.
4. Wash Your Clothes Separate From Your Other Laundry

When you wash your clothes, you should include all of your clothes that you brought, not just the clothes you have already worn. Then, you should dry your clothes on the highest setting or take your clothes to the professional dry cleaners. According to a research [4] , the high heat can kill off bed bugs while washing alone will not be enough to kill the bugs. To get the best results, wash the items in hot water and then dry them for 30 minutes on high heat. If you suspect that there are bed bugs on your clothes, you should undress on the hard surface floor. Then, you will wipe off the floor in order to capture bed bug that can fall off your clothes.

Do you want to know other great ways on how to prevent bed bugs bites? If your answer is “yes”, you should continue to read this article for good.

5. Teach Your Children Hotel Protocol

When it comes to ways on how to prevent bed bugs when travelling, you should teach your children hotel protocol. You just need to tell your children the reason why you are inspecting the room and tell them the concerns about bedbugs and other insects. Also, you can look for traces of white powder because it could be used to treat bed bugs. Insecticides are not good for human health, especially young children. And, you may want to ask for another hotel room or go to another hotel.

6. Have A Post – Vacation Plan

When you go back home from your travel, you should wash all of your clothing in hot water. Remember that bedbugs cannot survive in temperature above 122 o F, so this will ensure that you do not take up bed bugs in your drawers and closets. Besides, you should vacuum out your suitcases, cover them with a plastic luggage case, seal them up before storing them away.

In fact, this is another great way on how to prevent bed bugs when travelling that you should know and then consider having a post-vacation plan right after you come back home.

7. Use Neem Oil

This is the last but very important way on how to prevent bed bugs when travelling that we want to mention in this article and want all of my readers to apply for good. Consider using a natural insecticide for your hotel room. And neem oil [5] may be one of the best solutions for you. You just need to mist your bed and its surroundings with a spray containing a few drops of neem oil. Actually, using neem oil is a safe solution that can help you keep bed bugs at bay.

After reading this interesting article and discovering simple ways on how to prevent bed bugs bites, you and my other readers of Healthy Guide should consider applying one or more of these natural ways as soon as possible. Actually, all of these ways have been reported to be effective in preventing bed bugs from getting into your house. Therefore, if you are concerning about this problem, you should try to apply these ways for good. One more things, if you know other simple ways on how to prevent bed bugs bites or you have any experience in this problem, you should share them with other readers by leaving your comments in the comment below.

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