Bed Bugs can cause many health issues

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Bed Bug Pest Control Perth are aware that Cimex lectularius belong to Cimicidae family. They love warm premises and sleeping areas like beds and beddings, and that is how they get the name of “bed bug”. Bed Bugs get active at night and leave the host unnoticed about their bites.

Bed Bugs can cause many health issues, like allergies, skin rashes and Psychological Effects. The bites can cause a blister, but sometimes the effects are invisible too.

It has not been found that bed bugs can transmit HIV, MRSA, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C and Hepatitis E but they may transfer Arboviruses.

 

The adult bed bug is reddish to light brown in physical appearance, has a flat body and is oval Shaped without Hind Wings. Adults may grow up to 4-5 mm in length and 1.5-3 mm wide. Newly hatched bugs are light in colour and translucent, and as they grow they become brown in the adult stage,

 

Bed bugs are often taken as other insects like Booklice, small cockroaches or carpet beetles. When crushed they emit an unpleasant odour.

They are attracted to carbon-di-oxide and the warmth of a body and some chemicals too. These bugs attack the exposed skin primarily like neck, face and arms of a person in sleep.

Their mouth part which saw the skin and once through they inject saliva with painkillers and anticoagulants, which can react or cannot react depending on the sensitivity of the human skin.

They can survive up to a year without feeding at a Cooler temperature, but they try to feed themselves for 7 to 10 days in warmer temperatures; still, adults manage to survive for five months without feeding themselves.