How to identify insect bites and treat them?

Not all insect bites are easy to identify ticks, mosquitos or maybe even a Spider. Even though it can still be dangerous leaving insect bites alone I’m here today to show you how to identify and then heal them safely. So, first of all, a one Tick can bite you while being outdoors, and it usually attaches to the skin as it brushes against bushes or grass. A lot of ticks may not carry disease, and a majority tick bites are not that extreme. However, some ticks carry diseases such as Lyme disease or Rocky Mountain disease. Now let’s get into how to treat a bite like such as if the Tick if attached to the skin with its head inside your arm or so forth a bump will be coming soon, so when dug in your skin you should try to remove it if looks possible you can do this using tweezers or a nail clipper. If pain lasts more then 24 hours you should consult a doctor about this. The bites should look like a red circle.

 Now if you are bit by a Black Widow Spider mainly found in North America, Canada Great Basin, Sonoran, Chihuahuan, and Mojave may be other locations too. Bites from a Black Widow may be really dangerous since they can come to pain, bruises or swelling. There should be about 2 sharp fang bites on where you have got bitten. The symptoms are nausea, vomiting, muscle cramps, seizures, and an increase in blood pressure. Now how to treat a bite from a Black Widow Spider is to use or get an anti-venom from a doctor unless already have.