Ways to Control Monsoon Pests

Health problem caused by Pests & Tips to control them (1)

Monsoon is the most awaited season of the year because of the amazing weather and climate. On the same side health problems also increased in this climate, due to the monsoon insects. The rainy season is the perfect place for pests breeding and it raises in insects and lots of common diseases.

Health problem caused by Pests & Tips to control them (1)

For this reason, monsoon is also treated as the season of health issues and the number of rainy insects and flies increases in the house. You can inspect the mosquitoes everywhere in your home and this causes various infections like dengue, malaria, typhoid and other respiratory infections like asthma, cold, etc. so, to enjoy the monsoon season you should know how to eliminate the insects during the rainy season.

Here a few control measures and precaution of diseases for the monsoon season that makes your house pest and prevent you from the serious infection problems.

Dangerous Disease of Monsoon pests 

Dengue:

Dengue is a viral fever that gets transmitted to the people by mosquito’s bite. It causes joint pain, rashes, headache and results in heavy fever. It is a dangerous disease mostly spread in the monsoon season. The fever lasting for one week to 10 days.

Malaria:

Malaria is again a disease caused by the mosquito. It causes fever, illness, and flu. If the person is not treated with proper treatment, several complications may occur, and it results in death. Make sure that your house is free of water infections.

Diarrhea

Diarrhea is caused due to unhygienic food and water. It is not much dangerous as viral fever, and it is treatable. Drinking home boiled water is the finest way of preventing diarrhea.

Typhoid

Again, typhoid is the kind of viral fever commonly caused by water infection. Fever, joint pain, dry cough, headache are the symptoms of the typhoid disease. Keep your surroundings always clean and consume healthy fluids will help you to get rid of infections.

tips to control monsoon pests

Jaundice: 

Monsoon has more probability of spreading disease through water consumption. Try to avoid outside and street foods during the rainy season and stick to the homemade food to prevent the infection of this kind of various. Sudden weakness, yellow eyes, vomiting, and liver dysfunction are the early symptoms of jaundice.

Precautions and necessary steps 

These diseases are harmful to the human environment and the major spreading of this disease is due to the mosquitoes. So, take some necessary steps to prevent the dangerous disease.

  1. Make efforts to keep your surrounding and society clean
  2. Try to avoid consume dirty water or foods
  3. Safeguard your kids and yourself from the mosquito’s bite by the fitting of nets to the windows and doors.
  4. Keep yourself away from the water-borne diseases, use filtered water or boiled water.
  5. Consume fresh foods

Make sure to control all the sources of water and assign the regular cleaning process to stop the mosquito’s breeding and water-borne infections. Ensure there is no water logging around your environment. Use some chemical-free repellents to stay away from the mosquitoes.

Pest Control Do’s & Don’ts

Pest Control Do's & Don'ts

Pest Control Do's & Don'ts

Insects have a vital role to play in nature and the cycle of life. However, they play no such function in your home and are an annoyance that can cause diseases. Pests destroy our clothes, tamper with food reserves and mess with our personal space.  The presence of pest is something humans seek to control.

At times, the loss and annoyance that pests cause can make the best of us go overboard in eliminating these annoying insects and other vermin. Pest control is a set of measures one can employ to control and eliminate pests from their home.

You can choose to hire professional pest exterminators who will oversee the whole process. If you opt for a DIY option, you ought to keep some things in mind for your safety and health.

Here are a few pest control do’s and don’ts.

dos and donts of pest control

Do’s

Identify the pest

Identifying the problem is always the first step to finding a lasting solution. You should still know what pest is bothering your peace of mind when it comes to eliminating the vermin. Each insect has unique biology and method of attack. Once you identify the pest, you can use specially formulated remedies.

Keep a clean and well-maintained home

Developing high hygienic standards is one of the best ways to deal with pests. Most pests feed on our garbage; with less to feed on the insects will starve.

Inform neighbors of pest infestations

Once you identify a pest infestation, you are duty-bound to tell your neighbors about the problem. Failure to act fast can lead to mass infestations that can lead to considerable expenses. Informing your neighbors and moving swiftly is the only way to prevent such a crisis.

Know when to call the pros

As the name suggests, pests can be persistent and highly adaptable, even many DIY methods of pest control. Don’t let pest drive you up the call qualified pest exterminators to help you deal with the problem. Such a decision may cost you more in the short term but will yield lasting results.

Don’ts

Don’t mix pest control products

Mixing various pesticides can create a dangerous cocktail of toxins that will do more harm than good. You should also avoid switching containers and content, and this may prove hazardous to other people.

pest control tipsDon’t leave chemicals and traps with children’s reach

Curiosity and a sense of adventure are one of the most beautiful things about children. However, such qualities make pest control chemicals and traps potentially lethal as children may even ingest these products. Keep all chemicals and traps out of the reach of children to prevent this from happening.

Don’t forget to use safety gear

No matter how urgent the pest infestation is, please, remember your safety comes first. Wearing gloves and a gas mask prevent you from inhaling, touching and ingest potentially harmful compound found in pest control products.

Don’t use outdoor chemicals indoors

Outdoor pest control products have stronger formulations than products made for indoor use. Outdoor products have a higher “staying power” and can remain active for long enhancing your exposure to toxic agents.

Conclusion

There are more do’s and don’ts when it comes to pest control. All pest control products come with detailed instructions inscribed on the package. Sticking with these few tips can guarantee your safety and pest-free home. When all else fails, don’t hesitate to call your local pest exterminators.