Mattresses and bedding are an optimal place for bed bugs to live because of the accessibility to your blood, body heat, and carbon dioxide you exhale. Bed bugs feed by sucking blood-preferably human blood. They pierce your skin with two hollow tubes; one injects saliva and the other sucks your blood. Within minutes, they can engorge themselves with blood and reach three times their size.
The resulting bite will manifest itself as an open sore, pussy blister, rash or hives and the subsequent itching is incessant. The broken skin and exposed sores can lead to varied levels of infection. Combined with other airborne allergens, bed bugs can trigger an asthma attack. Allergic reactions to the More Details about this product