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Midges, mosquitos and ticks: How not to get bitten?

MedExpress Team


Published May 15, 2023 14:06

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Spring and summer "don't have to itch" and can be free of buzzing mosquitoes, dangerous ticks and biting ticks that are just waiting for a favorable opportunity to launch an attack. How do we make them avoid us, and make their bites go quickly into oblivion? How to repel insects, and how to mitigate the effects of their bites.

The beautiful weather outside the window encourages active outdoor recreation. City parks are full of strollers and joggers, bicycle paths have been occupied by two-wheeler enthusiasts supported by inline skaters and scooter fans, and trips to the woods are also growing in popularity. It's nice to get out of four corners, breathe fresh air and... not get bitten. Because, unfortunately, it is the case that our favorite places of relaxation are also dream regions of feeding for mosquitoes, blackflies and ticks. As the temperature rises, the level of activity of these small insects increases, which not only make life miserable, but can carry potentially dangerous viruses and bacteria.

Small, and potentially very dangerous, that is worth knowing!

Small flying insects can effectively spoil even the best-planned vacation. The actions of some - we mean mosquitoes and blackflies - are immediately visible on the skin. In the case of others, especially ticks, it is the symptoms that appear even a few years la...

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