“Sleep Tight, Don’t Let the Bed Bugs Bite”, now where have you heard that before? This famous line that your parents would tell you when tucking you into bed seemed like a fable at the time, but in truth it is a real possibility that bed bugs could bite you. Who would have known that I would find this out as an adult that bed bugs really do exist.
If you have never gone through the experience of dealing with bed bugs, and don’t want to, you should read this. For those who have gone through the dreadful experience of being bitten alive, suffering through sleepless nights, experiencing financial strain from professional laundering, bed bug treatments, and every other possible way of eliminating bed bugs from your home, than you will also want to read this.
One Bed Bug has the capacity of producing 500 eggs in their lifetime. That means one little bed bug can turn out to be a horrible nightmare if you let it get away.
Bed bugs can be a traumatizing experience for many people, especially those that have felt the bites that they leave behind as you try and sleep through the night. These nocturnal punaises de lit creatures hide deep into the crevices of your mattress, box spring, baseboard, headboard and other neighboring areas close to your sleeping quarters. They cannot wait until you go to sleep at night so they can engage in their nightly feast.
The itching, sleepless nights and paranoia are enough to drive many people crazy. Imagine the thought of coming home from a long days work, tired, irritable, and suffering from mental and physical exhaustion and wanting to take a little nap but you cant. You know that something is lurking beneath the sheets waiting for your arrival, waiting to take your blood where ever they can gather it; on your legs, face, neck, arms, stomach, back, whatever is accessible. You feel like you are going insane, you are ready to burn everything in your site. How do you deal with it? How do you eliminate these bed bugs from your home without suffering financial hardship? How to you protect your children and yourself from becoming a victim. How do you get your sanity back and feel comfortable sleeping again?