Remember when you were young and your mother would tuck you into bed and saying “don’t let the bedbugs bite” just as she would be leaving before shed turn off your lights. When you were small you probably thought she was just kidding and being playful. we never thought of bed bugs as something that was scary. Well, guess what she wasn’t kidding at all cause just before dawn when you are in your deepest sleep of the night and the only thing that is stirring are bedbugs and these bedbugs are ready to strike too. and suck on your blood when you are at your deepest levels of sleep.
Originally Bedbugs just lived in caves and sucking on the blood of bats, once your prehistoric ancestors crawled into those same caves for shelter, bed bugs found a new blood bag to feast on. When prehistoric humans left their caves to explore the world bedbugs hitched a ride with their new found food source, to expand and follow humans where ever they roamed. If it wasn’t for our ancestor’s bed bugs would still be stuck in caves feeding off bats.
When you have Bed bugs in your home they tend to sneak around through the tiniest cracks the most minuscule openings they even come in through a power outlet. They know where you are because they can sense the carbon dioxide you exhale. You’ve got something they want…. blood! When they get within sucking distance they use heat sensors on their antennae to find the juiciest place to drill for that Blood plasma and expose limb is like a flashing neon sign for a free all you can eat buffet, come and get it.
If you don’t contact combat pest control to come and do something about your bed bugs, thousands of them can infest a single bedroom in no time. then you might have a real problem. Bedbugs have to drink blood to stay alive and breed. Mother nature is completely on their side. Bed bug administers an anesthetic so you don’t wake up as well as an anticoagulant so your vital life essence will gush freely from your veins and here’s a cheery fact a bedbug can drink three times its weight in a single meal. now, that’s a big gulp. Here’s something else to brighten your night’s sleep if you’ve got a serious infestation of bed bugs you might get bitten 500 times in a single night. you might get anemia.