Do you know why some people are bitted by mosquitoes, and the others not?
In fact, mosquito is actually the most deadly animal on the planet. As per the World Health Organization, mosquitoes spread viruses like zika and malaria (jungle fever) and cause deaths of over one million people consistently.
For lots of people in the US, mosquito bites are very boring, and turn into a feared definitely once the climate gets warm. Each summer, I’ve generally expect an attack of mosquito bites on my knees and ankles. I’ve always think about what it is about my ankles that mosquitoes find so attractive, regardless of what bug sprays and repellants I attempt. I just can’t get away from their anger. From this video, you’ll learn why mosquitoes bite some people and some of them don’t… and it’s truly interesting, without a doubt.
It has nothing to do with the blood, but the odor of the skin and the various combinations of microscopic organisms on the skin.
Just watch the video to learn more about the mosquitoes bite…
Mosquitoes are the most ordinary and irritating biting insects around. Despite the fact that they’re a typical annoyance and don’t alert most of us, do your best to keep them under control with spray, candles, and mosquito nets, because they carry viruses like West Nile, Zika, and malaria , among others.
In the summertime almost everyone gets mosquitoes bites, which itch furiously and raise bumpy red spots on the skin, regularly showing up on arms and legs.
In case you’re more sensitive to mosquito bites than other individuals, you’d believe it’s because the insects are drawn to the flavor of your blood… and you won’t be right!
Mosquitoes are attracted to the odor of the skin and the various combinations of microscopic organisms on the skin’s surface.
If you do physical activities, sweat, or drink beer, you might be more sensitive to bites than everyone around you.