Maintaining good health can be a complicated issue for some, with many factors that affect one's health both positively and negatively. Out of all the things that can hurt health, the place for sleeping and rest is not something that people expect to threaten them. Many critters can, under certain conditions, make themselves a home in our beds. While people typically take action to get rid of them fast, sometimes these bugs stay in the home for a long time. For the most part, they are not dangerous, but if not removed certain bed-lingering bugs can lead to lasting health complications.
Bedbugs have been familiar to humans for thousands of years and are one of the more common parasites that settle in our homes. While these insects are not new, they are relatively unpopular in society due to the sanitizing of the modern world. However, their numbers have been increasing since 1995 due to the pesticide resistance they have developed and the government ban on highly toxic chemicals that fight them. Bedbugs feed solely on blood. They can endure a long time without meals. Bedbugs hide in the seams of mattresses, under sheets, in furniture and in any other cracks inside the home. They can be passed easily between people through various belongings.