How to Ban Mosquitoes This Summer: The Tricks To Repel The Annoying Insects Has Been Revealed – And It’s Bad News For Beer Drinkers
- Mosquito populations will thrive across Australia this summer
- Increasing rain and hot days have made the conditions perfect for breeding
- To avoid being bitten, wear light-colored clothing and do not drink beer
Mosquito populations will explode this summer when the La Nina weather pattern returns and brings more rain, creating perfect breeding conditions.
Higher rainfall and early scorching temperatures have resulted in stagnant waterholes that are the perfect place for mosquitoes to reproduce.
This is bad news for people who are more likely to be bitten by insects, including those who drink beer, eat bananas, or have type O blood.
Mosquito populations will explode this summer when the La Nina weather pattern returns and brings more rain, creating perfect breeding conditions
This is bad news for people who are more likely to be bitten by insects, including those who drink beer, eat bananas, or have type O blood
Studies show that mosquitoes are more likely to be interested in people who drink beer
WHAT IS LA NINA?
The Australian Bureau of Meteorology explains the impact of La Nina on the weather as follows:
Increased rainfall in much of Australia
Cooler daytime temperatures (south of the tropics)
Warmer night temperatures (in the north)
Shift in temperature extremes
Reduced risk of frost. Larger tropical cyclone numbers
According to mosquito expert Dr. However, for Cameron Webb, there are a few things people can do, including wearing DEET repellants and avoiding beer.
We are not the naturally preferred food source for mosquitoes, says the expert, but when the insect has a choice between two people, it chooses the one that smells more like its typical prey.
“Some mosquitoes like to feed on birds, others on mammals, or sometimes even frogs, although the frog-eating mosquitoes don’t bite us too often,” he said.
According to a doctor’s office, it’s important to use screens on windows, sleep under a mosquito net, and shower if you sweat to get rid of attractive odors.
They also recommend not drinking beer, wearing light clothing, and not going outside in the morning and evening light.
The Victorian government suggests using mosquito coils, insect repellants, and spray insecticides in possible nesting sites such as shrubbery.
And annoying bathrooms with still water around the house.
Wearing light-colored clothing is key as dark colors, particularly navy blue, will attract them
Vitamin B, found in foods like Vegemite, is also linked to being less bitten
WHAT TO AVOID
Being outside between dawn and dusk
WHAT TO USE
DEET or eucalyptus repellent
Eat Vegemite (Vitamin B1)
“Victoria’s Secret Bombshell” perfume
Use a fan to blow mosquitoes away
Get rid of the water sitting near your home
Healthline recommends “random repellants” like “Avon Skin So Soft Bath Oil” and “Victoria Secret Bombshell” perfume, as well as eucalyptus oil and DEET sprays.
Oscillating fans are also useful for controlling mosquitoes as they can be difficult to fly in high winds.
The protection of people in the house can be achieved with electronic zappers, mosquito nets around beds and fly screens on windows and doors.