Mosquito Bite Relief

Mosquito Bite Relief

Mosquito bites produce irritating effects in summer every year.

The effects of mosquito bites, which differ from person to person, can sometimes last for a long time.
Mosquito bites very rarely produce severe allergic responses. In these allergic reactions, if symptoms such as difficulty in breathing, rash on the whole body, and the feeling of the throat starting to close are observed, the emergency room should be consulted as soon as possible.

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Mosquito bites tend to go away within 1-2 days, and redness and swelling may persist for longer in those with weaker immune systems and in children.

Topical anti-histaminic creams and anti-itch ointments sold in pharmacies and applied to the skin surface can be applied in mosquito itching. Ice can also be applied to the mosquito bite area to reduce itching and inflammation.

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Natural Remedies for Mosquito Bites
After a mosquito bite, the area should be cleaned first with soap and water.
Ice or cold wet compresses can be applied at short intervals to relieve itching, redness and swelling.
Aloe vera, honey, basil, carbonated water, salt water compresses, apple cider vinegar can be applied for a short time if there is no injury or irritation to the skin. However, it should be noted that these applications can sometimes cause skin irritation.

Who Do Mosquitoes Like to Bite?
Almost all of us hear and know this fact: Mosquitoes bite some people more. But who?

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Mosquitoes are sex-selective and bite males more.
Another fact about mosquitoes is that they like 0 and blood type more,
The higher the amount of carbon dioxide a person produces, the more attractive they can become for mosquitoes. At this point, let's underline that people with fast metabolism secrete more carbon dioxide,
People who recently played sports also attract the attention of mosquitoes. The reason for this is that the lactic acid they secrete due to sports is attractive to mosquitoes,
People who also smell uric acid and ammonia are a more attractive target for mosquitoes.
People with a higher body temperature can also become the target of mosquitoes,
The amount of sweating is an important factor in mosquito attacks.

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