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Most people welcome outdoor activities, but they can bite worms. Most worms are considered to be a nuisance that you will see at a picnic, but it can be dangerous if you bite on some worms.
Experts point out that warm winter and humid spring mean that the year will be the year of the tick. Mites are found in trees and grassy areas. Mites can migrate fever with fever and headache suddenly within 2 to 14 days. Other symptoms include nausea, muscle aches, anorexia, and rashes. Mites are the main mediators of erythropoiesis and cause fever, headache, chills and muscle aches within 1 to 2 weeks after being bitten.
Deer or black-legged ticks are known to infect Lyme disease and Poisan virus. Lyme disease has symptoms such as fever, headache, fatigue, skin rash, and can be transmitted to the joints, heart or nervous system without treatment. Epidemic hemorrhagic fever is a dangerous disease that is transmitted through ticks. This disease with high fever has a mortality rate of 15%, so you should wear it in a sleeveless outfit for outdoor activities.
To remove ticks, gently hold the tick near the skin with the pliers and pull it straight out. Wash and sterilize the bite, of course, and stick the band.
To avoid ticks, wear long clothing when outdoors, avoid bushes or trees, go to the middle of the hiking trail, and use mite repellents. After the outdoors, carefully check equipment and pets and take a shower with warm water.
Mosquitoes are spreading malaria, West Nile virus, and Zika virus that cause microcephaly in the fetus. Many people are unaware that mosquito saliva causes itching and edema.
It is good for removing mosquito breeding place, spraying insecticide or wearing long clothes for mosquitoes. Mosquitoes are active at dawn or dusk, and it is a good idea to wear brightly colored clothes and avoid perfume when you are outdoors.