They are small and hard to see, but often there are telltale signs they're there. Bed bugs have made a resurgence in recent years and can be a serious nuisance in your home. Don't panic. Learn how to find them, get rid of them and prevent them from infesting your home in the future with these tips.
Blood spots found on one's sheets, bites and the presence of bed bug feces and cast skins are some of the indications of a bed bug infestation. Bites are commonly found on the parts of the body that are more likely to be exposed to bed bugs during sleep – the hands, neck, face, shoulders, legs and arms. While not always the case, bed bug bites are often grouped together in a small area and at times may occur in a line or a zigzag pattern. Bites normally look like small, flat or raised areas that may become inflamed, itchy, red or blistered. Bed bug bite reactions don't always appear immediately after you're bitten and may take a few days to begin causing symptoms. However, not everyone reacts to bed bug bites in the same manner.
Understand If You Treat Yourself, Bed Bugs Typically Still Thrive in Your bed and at The Source.