Mosquitoes are the most common insects, although most annoying also. Especially around the monsoon season, their population is at its peak. Mosquitoes are known to spread various harmful diseases and infections. The most common yet hazardous diseases spread by mosquitoes are dengue, Chikungunya, and malaria. Mosquitoes are of various types. One of them is the Aedes mosquito.
The main current initiatives include on reducing human-mosquito interaction, eliminating mosquito larvae through environmental management and the use of larvicides or mosquito larvae predators, and eliminating adult mosquitoes by home insecticides and bed nets coated with mosquitoes repellents.
However, it is difficult to control these invasive Aedes mosquitoes as they like to breed in clean, stagnant water. But for human to be safe, it becomes necessary to abstain mosquitoes from breeding near residential areas.
Aedes mosquitoes are easily identifiable as they have distinctive black and white stripes on their body. They spread diseases quickly. They are more active during the day.
Dengue is mosquito-borne infectious tropical disease also known as breakbone fever. When an Aedes mosquito bites a person suffering from dengue, it becomes infected. Then it bites another healthy person and hence transmits the dengue. Symptoms typically start showing up 3 to 14 days after infection is ingested by mosquitoes.
These types of mosquitoes lay eggs on any container that can hold water. These include bottle caps, water cisterns, drums, rain barrels, small buckets, plants in water, decorative fountains, septic tanks, pipe screens, broken water meters, animal drinking bowls, potted plants, and bases that are either open or sealed.
The Aedes mosquito is a dangerous vector of disease. Local government runs campaign considering seriouness of this fatal diseases providing general guidelines through Mosquito Awareness Week. You should act to eliminate all potential breeding sites. Before knowing the ways to get rid of mosquitoes, we need to know where the mosquitoes breed and multiply. Mosquitoes lay eggs on the sources of water, especially on stagnant water sources.
Mosquitoes spread life-threatening diseases. Furthermore, as per the reports of WHO in 2019, almost half of the world's population is prone to be infected by dengue, Chikungunya, malaria, and other debilitating viruses. In the last few years, cases of Chikungunya have increased rapidly.
Hence, it is necessary for us to kill mosquitoes and further prevent them from breeding. Using nice quality mosquito repellent products is a way to get rid of mosquitoes easily and effortlessly.
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