4 Types of People Who Get Bitten by Mosquitoes The Most
Season picnics and nature outings are often accompanied by mosquito bites that itch and left ugly red spots on your body. It turns out that there is an explanation. Health experts believe that mosquitoes actually prefer certain types of people.
There are 4 risk groups of people who can become a lure for mosquitoes:
- Pregnancy Mosquitoes are attracted by the smell of carbon dioxide produced by humans during respiration. Pregnant women exhale it more, so special attention to them. It is worth considering, as the mosquito-borne Zika virus can become a threat to baby during the infection during pregnancy. Related: Scientists Have Proven Harmfulness of Zika Virus to Children’s Brain
- Sports After jogging, do not be surprised by active mosquito bites. This is because the insects are attracted by lactic acid. It is actively produced in the muscles during exercise, and mosquitoes adore it. Related: Tummy Trouble On the Run: How to Avoid and Stop It
- Drinking alcohol Experts say that after taking intoxicating drinks, we are more attractive to mosquitoes. Alcohol raises our body temperature, and blood-suckers are aiming for "cushy".
- I blood group According to studies, the probability that a mosquito will bite a person with I blood group is 83%. Least of all at risk of mosquito attacks are people with blood group II.
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