Bed bugs are quite small and agile that like to hide in small holes. They can escape detection after crawling into suitcases, boxes, and your belongings. They are almost impossible to detect with the naked eye, if you are not specifically looking for them. Their eggs are completely impossible to see with the naked eye. Ask any bed bug control Toronto technician and they will tell you there are many types of bed bug infestations that you can could potentially have.
Bed bugs are not creatures that made their appearance recently. They have been living with humans for thousands of years. First recorded instances with bed bugs were recorded by Ancient Greeks. Bed bugs have not changes at all over the years and neither the way they can irritate comfortably sleeping people.
People however, are not the only item on the bed bug menu. Bed bugs particularly like bats and birds. Even though they are not known to spread diseases, bed bugs are known to cause irritations. The reason is that they feed on their hosts blood. Their bites can cause skin irritations, anxiety due to sleeplessness and in some cases allergic reactions. As with other bug bites, infections could settle in with scratching of the bites.
One of the reasons why the species has done so well in so many parts of the world is that bed bugs are very good at hitching rides. They can make temporary homes on clothing items, bedding, furniture or anything else. In some cases, travellers can bring with them more than they think they did. Bed bugs just get into the clothing or items very easily.
To sum things up, bed bugs are tiny parasitic insects that feed on the blood of mammals and birds. They can live in a variety of environments but seem to prefer mattresses, linens, and headboards. Sometimes, they can also create colonies in walls, flooring, and other wooden items. Bed bugs are known throughout human history and are also known to be very good at traveling vast distances with their hosts. If you think you might have a bed bug problem then you should look into ways to deal with bed bugs.