Bed bugs were mentioned in Ancient Greece around 400 B.C. Then, they
reappeared in the 11th century in Germany, France two
centuries later, and in 1583 in England. It was known that bedbugs snuck
in piles of wood brought back to London, England from The Great Fire Of
London. Then, in the mid-1900s, the bed bug species increased.The UK (United Kingdom) reported that
many houses contained bed bug infestation. People also got bug bites,
ear infections, and a whole lot more!!!!!
Bed bugs usually try to bite humans or other animals at night even
though they are not strongly nocturnal. Sometimes, they go for you in
the day without notice, and they are very common in the summer. Bed bugs
get to your body by crawling up any mattress, sense a part of your body,
and suck your blood!!!!!!
Luckily, there are ways to get rid of and kill the bed bugs. There are
mattress covers, sprays, traps, and other methods like heating, cooling,
and chemicals. A person can decide on how to attack them. Specially
trained dogs can also smell bed bugs from a few feet away because bed
bugs give off an odor.So if the
dog finds bed bugs, PSSSSHHH!, the spray hits the bed bugs and they are
Once you get a bug bite, it’s going to really get on your nerves right?
Well, you better not scratch it!!!! If you scratch it, the itch will
probably get worse, or if you do it too much, it’ll “ooze” blood and the
bed bugs will strike again!!!!
Now, IT’S PAYBACK TIME!!!!!!! You have your revenge on your worst
enemy, the bed bug! The best time to strike is when the sun is high up
in the sky. Don’t do it by sunset or they might jump and get you!!!
All you have to do is set up any protective, anti-bed-bug environment.
If it worked, you “bit” the bed bugs instead of them biting you!!!! Keep
up the good work so those pesky blood suckers will never return!!!!