People may have gotten away with it before. A mosquito bites you on the arm. And if you are awake around the time it hits you on the arm, you just give it a smack. And then its dead. But in the process, the shock treatment you may have given it causes it to prick you further. And the blood that is injected could already have been infected. Prevention is better than the cure. So, that being said; professional mosquito control services in Accokeek becomes part of the cure.
A mosquito bite at night could do considerably more harm. Whilst you are sleeping, the swelling has already begun. So by the time you have woken up the next morning, you are left with a nasty bump. Of course, there are prescribed or recommended over the counter treatments that you could utilize to reduce the swelling and remove the rash altogether (this would usually take a few days) but what if a mosquito comes and bites you again?
And what if you should have an allergic reaction this time around? What if there is no anecdote for the harmful condition? And what if you never make it to the next morning? These things have been known to happen. Forget about malaria (that’s still on the cards, by the way), there are more infectious, more harmful diseases on the way. And in case you have not noticed, the world is still engulfed in a pretty horrific pandemic.
There is also this. Global warming and climate change. And this of course brings with it extreme weather events. And whilst it is having a harmful impact on hundreds of flora and fauna species across the world, it is having little to no effect on mosquitoes.