How to Keep Your Children Safe from Animal and Insect Bites
The bites which are caused by animals and insects can be very painful and can cause a lot of distress. Whether the pain is caused by falling or bites the pain can be excruciating and be very uncomfortable. During the summer periods this is when the kids are on holidays, and as a parent, you have got plenty to worry about, as they will be playing outside a lot more and they will most likely fall and can also be victims of insects and animal bites. The best way to stay safe from all the itching and discomfort is to avoid being bitten at all.
Some of the common insects to watch out for include the Mosquito. The mosquito is small insects that can hide inside your home, at your home corners and bite your children when you least expect especially in the evening. They will hide in your house corners and cracks, and they will sneak into bedrooms too, and ruin a great night sleep with their constant buzzing and very painful biting. Be careful when you are traveling to countries that have a mosquito that causes malaria
Wasps and hornets can also cause bites. They can grow to huge proportions and be oversized. These insects are also aggressive, and they will attack you even before you provoke them, but before you realize they will strike you. They like the areas around the sheds, the outhouses, and the backyards and these are the areas you can scrutinize for the wasp nests.
We also have the ants, and while some are not harmful, others can cause very severe pain. Ants are small, and you cannot notice when they are crawling and so you have to be careful and on the lookout to get lead of them and keep your children away from the bites. They are little in nature but they produce very itchy bites and they are insistent in the warm summer months. You can use the citronella candles and sprays to keep them away, but be on the lookout because as soon as you are not protected they will strike. For animals they will attack when they are scared or in distress, and because of this it is important to train your children on ways be relate with animals and to respect them. Talk to your kids on ways to deal with animals so that they can avoid bites.
Some of the ways that you can prevent these bites include, dressing properly, for example you can dress your kids in loose cotton tops which have long sleeves and apply the same for trousers. Let them wear good shoes when walking so that they will not step on anything that can harm your feet and pull their socks up to keep their legs protected, make use of the fly repellants especially during the summer times and especially if you are near the animals, and water sources when you travel to your rural homes to keep your children safe.
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