As if the threats of the fourth closure are not enough for us, the queue for quick tests and 40 degrees in the shade – the mosquitoes also come to bother us. On the occasion of International Mosquito Day – some information (fascinating) and some tips on how to soothe annoying bites







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Along with Corona, the lack of frames for children, temperatures in the sky and a daily feeling of helplessness – most of us also have to deal with another annoying and buzzing problem: the mosquitoes. Undoubtedly the most oppressive insects that violate our sleep and scratch our lives. We did not think they deserved a special day on the calendar, but of course we do not set such days. August 20 is International Mosquito Day – the purpose of which is to commemorate the discovery of the British physician Ronald Ross, who discovered in 1897 that mosquitoes transmit malaria among humans. Here are some interesting things to know about the annoying stings.

What actually happens during the bite itself?

In a photograph taken by French scientists under a microscope, at the Pasteur Institute in Paris (France), the mosquito’s oral organs can be seen penetrating under the skin of a mouse. Mosquitoes feed on a buoy but in most species, females suck blood to obtain the proteins needed to form eggs. They suck blood for an average of about four minutes, and sometimes they are so brutal that the blood vessels collapse. Their flexible mouth organ, which most of us think is no more sophisticated than an ultra.thin straw, bends in all directions and rummages through the cells of the poor rodent.

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In the documentation it can be seen that they not only connect to the blood vessels and drink from it but actually look for quality blood vessels sometimes for a few minutes, while having complete control over what is going on inside the body. This feature allows the mosquito to scan large areas, relative to it, without pulling out the sting. The amazing part is watching the organ, which penetrates like a hard needle, move freely like that in real time.

How can mosquito bites be treated naturally?

  1. teapot

    “In a tea bag may be found A substance called tannins that help reduce swelling In the skin, “Anat Tcher, a naturopath, tells us.when are The tea bag is soaked in liquids together with the tannins, it affects the blood flow in the area and will ease the itching. “

  2. Water with salt

    Salt helps reduce inflammation and local disinfection, combined with water can be applied to the bite area and reduce itching and pain.

  3. ice

    The cold of the ice Paralyzes the nerves In the area of ​​the bite, thus causing the area to contract which leads to less blood flowing to that area and thus there is a reduction in swelling.

  4. Papaya

    Contains enzymes that neutralize insect venom and thus significantly reduces the itching area, Shells ePapaya Are for fresh nourishment for firming and local soothing. It is recommended to combine the peel with the fruit juice.

  5. Wipes containing citronella oil

    Wipes containing natural citronella oil for application to the skin, also suitable for babies from 3 months of ageCitronella oil has long been shown to have many healing properties, as it is effective in treating wounds, anti.inflammatory and especially for disinfecting and soothing the skin.

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