It can be difficult to avoid insect bites. Because these insects tend to lurk everywhere. Whether in the house In backyards, rivers, along grassy hills, or anywhere. Where insect bites may cause skin redness, swelling or pain in the area. But if the symptoms are not very severe. It may not be a cause for concern. Because most of these insects do not cause serious illnesses healthy care. And may treat or relieve symptoms that occur on their own at home. According to the following instructions.
How to relieve symptoms from insect bites.
Wounds cause by insect bites may vary depending on the type of insect. But it’s most often a small red blister on the skin and can cause itching, pain, or swelling in the area. Although these symptoms often cause little pain. But those who have been stung by insects may want to heal the symptoms themselves. This may be done in the following ways. So that the symptoms get better within a few hours or a few days.
- When bitten by an insect to move in safe place.To prevent further bites and stings. Wash the injured area with soap and water. Including keeping the area clean at all times.
- If bitten by a tick, has insect hair, or has a stinger attached to the skin. Remove them from the skin using tweezers or a pen to remove the insect’s feathers. Use a tick pulling device. Or you can use tweezers specifically to pull the tick. And a hard material such as the ridge of a credit card may be used to scrape the insect’s stinger from side to side. In order for the stinger to come off. But do not squeeze the skin to allow the stinger to come off is strictly prohibited. Because it can cause the poison to spread out.
- If possible elevate the bite site. To reduce swelling. You should also observe the area the next day for more pain, swelling, or redness than before. Because that could be a sign of an infection.
What kind of symptoms should you see a doctor?
People who have been stung by insects should seek immediate medical attention if they develop fever, nausea, vomiting, confusion, trouble breathing. fast heartbeat Muscle spasms, cramps, swelling the change eyelids , lips, mouth and throat, fainting or hives Also. If you feel unwell or have symptoms similar to symptoms of the flu several days after insect bites. You should see your doctor to check for any possible infections or diseases caused by those insects. This includes if the wound becomes more severe and does not heal after several weeks.