Bed bugs are tiny parasitic insects who feed solely on the blood of human hosts. They invade our homes by sneaking in through small cracks and crevices from neighboring infested homes, or by inconspicuously clinging to our clothing and luggage when we make contact with them. Once inside your home, they can spread at alarming rates with the average female laying up to 6 eggs per day. Although their bite is not physically harmful to humans in most cases, the mere knowledge of having these blood suckers feeding on your blood while you are asleep can make you go crazy.
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