Do you know the mosquitoes are actually the most deadly insects in the world? According to the World Health Organization, mosquitoes that can spread viruses such zika and malaria are capable for the deaths of more than a million people each year.
For lots of people in the U.S., mosquito bites are just plain pesky, and become a dreaded inevitably when the weather gets warm. Each summer, I have come to expect an offensive of mosquito bites on my ankles and shins. I’ve always questioned myself what is it about my ankles that mosquitoes find so darn attractive, since no matter what bug sprays and repellents I try, I just cannot escape their rage. In the following video, you will find out why do mosquitoes bite some people more than others. It is pretty fascinating, to say the least.
As it seems, it has nothing to do with one person’s blood, but rather the smell of his skin and the different combinations of bacteria on his skin.
Mosquitoes are the most irritating and most common biting insects everywhere. However, they are a common irritation and alarm most of us. That’s why you should do your best to keep them away with candles, mosquito nets, and spray, because they might carry diseases such asZika, West Nile, and malaria, among many others.
Almost every person,in the summer time gets their fair share of mosquito bites that itch fiercely and raise red spots on your skin that very often can appear on legs and arms.
If you are more disposed to mosquito bites than others, you probably think that is because the bugs are drawn to the taste of your blood. But, you are wrong!
The mosquitois drawn to the smell of one person’s skin and the different combinations of bacteria on his skin’s surface.
If you drink beer, exercise, or sweat, you might be more susceptible to bites than others around you.