How to Avoid Biting Bugs’ Attack
Don’t be bugged by bugs! Mosquitoes, midges, no-see-ums, ticks and sand flies: how to avoid these little biters on your holidays.
Mosquitoes, midges, no-see-ums, ticks and sand flies; many a traveler has suffered at the proboscis of these little biters, which can turn an otherwise pleasant place into an itchy nightmare.
How to avoid midge bites:
Midges prefer damp, calm, overcast days, and are most active at dawn and dusk so never go outside unless it’s past late morning, before late evening, and it’s dry, windy and sunny. If you feel you must go out, smother yourself in repellent; anything containing DEET will do the job, as will the now famous Avon Skin-So-Soft – originally designed as a ladies’ bath oil, it was discovered to be effective at dissuading midges too, so much so that even the British Royal Marine Commandos use it (perhaps they just like to keep their skin soft?).
Found in warm regions throughout the world, the mosquito is a life-long enemy of man. At its most dangerous, it can be the vector of malaria, yellow fever, filariasis, dengue fever and Japanese B encephalitis and hence you should take all precautions to avoid being bitten in places where these diseases are prevalent. However, even in non-malaria zones, the high pitched buzz of a mosquito dive bombing you is infuriating and can lead to an itchy bite, or even worse.”
How to avoid mosquito bites
When outside, cover arms and legs, although the mosquito’s long snout can penetrate loosely woven clothing. Burning mosquito coils or using plug-in vapour deterrents will help repel the little critters, as well wearing repellents with a heavy dose of DEET.
Unlike the Highland midge, mosquitoes are happy to enter indoors to get their fill of human blood and will lie in wait on walls until the lights go out and then feed on their sleeping victims. Before you go to bed, ensure windows are shut and do a thorough check of the walls and ceiling, slaughtering any mosquito you find, mercilessly.
A small, often stripy, biting bug, sand flies are found across the world from New Zealand to New Delhi. Their tiny size has given them the nickname ‘no see ums’, but don’t be fooled by their petite nature; sand flies deliver a potent bite said to be several times more itchy than what the average mosquito inflicts. More seriously, they can be vectors of Leishmaniasis – a potentially serious flesh-eating disease.
How to avoid sand fly bites
The wisdom is similar to the avoidance of mosquitoes and midges; cover up, wear insect repellent, burn insecticide coils and sleep under an insect net with a very fine mesh in tropical and subtropical zones where the sand fly is prevalent.
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