How to Treat Painful Insect Bites and Stings is the purpose of this article. The pain, itching and discomfort caused by bites and stings can be lessened if treated promptly and properly. Let’s look at some causes and then the treatment.
When a bee stings it releases pheromones which encourage other bees close at hand to sting as well. The most aggressive stingers though are vespid wasps (common black and yellow wasps).
It may be the antibacterial properties are effective, at least topically, should you squash the little bugger and you want to disinfect the blood and any bacteria that the mosquito is carrying. Some of the medical research suggests that tea tree oil has antibiotic properties when applied topically, so this seems like a real possibility.
Apple Cider Vinegar – It might surprise you that apple cider vinegar is practically very useful in this problem. People might wonder how apple cider vinegar is useful to keep a check in this problem. Consuming it will help enzymes to break down food easily. It also keeps a check on the amount of Formic Acid. It helps food to digest easily and quickly, and it also prevents from acidity.
Avoiding those acid reflux causing foods later in the day and during the evening meal is a good strategy to follow. The symptoms seem to become most prevalent later in the day and during the evening hours for the vast majority of sufferers. Lying down can intensify the symptoms because gravity is no longer helping to keep the stomach contents down. It can help to sit up or raise the head of the bed when sleeping.
What happens when the kids always need to be fed, when your boss always needs something from you yesterday, when the traffic never lets up, when you lie awake in bed listening to all the things you have to do again the next morning when you wake up?
Anytime you’re outside where it’s moist and warm, the mosquitoes seem to find people like me. I think I’m bait to keep everyone else safe. Ever since I’ve been taking a good multi-vitamin (we get these from the same place as we get our tea tree oil) I’ve had fewer bites, both from mosquitoes and from fleas that come off the dogs outside.