Mosquitoes are the most common insects found on earth. There are more than 3500 types of mosquitoes found in different parts of the world. Mosquitoes are found in dirty regions.
Mosquitoes can be found worldwide, but in Antarctica, there is not a single species of mosquitoes because mosquitoes don’t live in cold weather. Mosquitoes don’t only feed on humans, they also feed on animals.
The most dangerous species of mosquitoes are Anopheles, Ades, and Culex. After a mosquito bite, a person should not be quiet or shouldn’t be relaxed they can spread several types of disease in a single bite.
However, it seems that mosquito bites’ recovery duration depends on the species of the mosquitoes. Mosquitoes spread diseases like malaria, dengue, zika infection, etc.
The female anopheles mosquitoes are found everywhere in the world they are the most commonly found insect, and in scientific research, it is discovered that India is the birthplace of these species of mosquitoes.
Hardly, the bite of a mosquito lasts for 3-4 days. If it is serious, a person can recommend a good doctor instead of self-treatment. ,
Mosquitoes like anopheles and Plasmodium parasites have poisonous saliva that causes itching and swelling more than other mosquitoes do.
Female mosquitoes need a lot of nutrients for the production of eggs, and after the production, they lay their eggs on the surface of the water.
Our immune system accepts the saliva of the mosquitoes as foreign material and instantly starts healing it by making a bump on the skin where the mosquito bites. Sometimes, mosquitoes bite have a mild reaction to the body. Mosquitoes spread heavily during the rainy season because rains provide them with sufficient water to lay their eggs.
Sometimes, mosquitoes also act as a communicative material. If the person has a fever then the infected mosquito biting that person can bite others and transfer the disease easily. That is why mosquitoes are very dangerous for human beings.
Mosquito’s bite causes itching and swelling yr that lasts minimally for 2 to 3 days. Our bodies accept saliva as foreign material and create a bump on the skin that lasts long for many days. If a person’s skin is more sensitive, then a mosquito bite will last for a week.
Some mosquitoes carry dangerous viruses which cause several diseases, and some disease doesn’t have any particular meds or antidote like ‘dengue’. Mosquitoes bite causes fever, severe headache, rash, fatigue, confusion, etc. Nearly 10 million people are infected by mosquitoes daily because of the unhygienic environment.
The individual who is infected by mosquitoes should concern doctor weekly. There shouldn’t be careless treatment, mosquitoes bite is very dangerous for health as it directly attacks our immune system and makes us weak. Insect repellents are the best product for the prevention of mosquito bites.
After biting mosquitoes if the itchiness remains then wash the bumped area with soap thoroughly or apply an ice bag. Mosquitoes have a very short-term life span, so as soon as possible, we should make our surroundings hygienic.
Mosquitoes live in tall grass and forests, but they are most probably found in stocked water or water with no flow.
Leaving our surroundings unclean can lead to a favorable habitat for mosquitoes. That is why it is necessary to dump out all the standing water near the home. There should not be a pond near a livelihood if there will be a pond then add some mosquitoes eating fish like minnows, guppies.
Prevention of mosquitoes is necessary for a hygienic society. The municipality should always use some repellant like picaridin, PMD, insecticides, etc. During the time of sunrise and sunset, mosquitoes are more active, that is why we should stay indoors without opening any windows or doors.
Sometimes, mosquitoes grow in such a way that there will be no chance of prevention at that time, we should use an air conditioner inside our room because the low temperature is not suitable for mosquitoes. Using mosquitoes coil is also a good way for prevention, but asthma patients can’t handle the smoke.