Preventing Mosquito Bites

Among the best methods to keep mosquitoes from getting the sting on you will be to avoid being the main attraction at the local mosquito theme park in the first place. Comprehending a little about mosquito behavior can help prevent calling unnecessary attention to you.

Their goals are identified by mosquitoes by heat, vision and scent. Prevent physically active movement (exercise, ball games, lawn work, etc.) during peak mosquito hours to keep them from finding you from a space.

Summit mosquito times are usually right around daybreak and dusk. Reduce outside lights in the evening hours (use yellowish light bulbs, if possible).

The little buggers are really attracted by Wear light colors during the day, as dark clothes during day hours. According to one report, mosquitoes favor green and blue so you are better off wearing reds, yellows and oranges.

Mosquitoes are attracted to carbon dioxide, heat, perspiration, and lactic acid. Every one of these is created after working out, so avoid outdoor exercise during peak mosquito hours (at daybreak and twilight). Our bodies also discharge lactic acid after eating particular foods, so preventing outside dining is helpful, at the same time. Generally considered mosquito-bringing foods include bananas (or other potassium-rich food items), and salty foods.

Prevent fragrances when exterior. Using Fliegengitter and hand creams with an aroma that is pleasant also can raise your risk of bringing mosquitoes, so go during mosquito season for the unscented varieties. Attempt when showering using unscented soaps, also. Despite the fact that they are rinsed off, the smell brings bugs and stays in your skin.