The infestation of Bed Bugs is on the rise in Dubai. One of the best tips we can offer is guidance for the identification of these Pests. It is very difficult to spot them, however, they do leave behind a trail so you can check out for these signs to keep the bed bugs from biting you. It is important to understand what bug is biting you, especially when it comes to bed bug infestations.
If you are waking up with small itchy bites on your body, especially in a straight line of three, it is a warning sign that you have bed bugs.
Pollution and contamination are increasing day by day as the population is rising and development is taking place. It is also giving rise to a lot of living and nonliving organisms which are harmful to human health and the environment. These organisms or pests are a source of multiple diseases and devastation to human lives and belongings. Pests multiply very fast and can be found in clusters which are very difficult to cut. They hide from the human eye and cause destruction in hiding. It is very difficult to find them in the first phase and when they come into notice, already a lot of damage has been made. So it is necessary to keep our houses and offices pest free by a regular system of pest control. They are a cause of environmental hazards as well and pollute the lower strata of the air and cause allergies, cold and cough, and other diseases. This is the air we breathe in and the bacteria enter the human body through the air we inhale.
The lower strata of the earth’s atmosphere consist of layers of particles and air which we inhale. These layers are also full of bacteria, minute organisms, germs, which gets inside the human body and causes diseases and infection. These infections can also take the form of fatalistic diseases and destruction at times. They pollute our food and water and make us sick. They are a nuisance to the homes as they can destroy clothes, belongings, and furniture. They enter our sleeping beds and sofa and bite our bodies causing rashes and swollen red itchy patches.