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Ways to protect yourself from dangerous monsoon pests

Onlymyhealth Editorial Team, Date:2016-07-13

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Monsoon is undoubtedly the most awaited season. It comes with a lot of good and bad things. While it provides relief from the distressing summers and brings happiness and joy but it also brings a lot of pests too. Since most of the pests flourish in warm and humid weather, this is why such pests try to get inside your houses during monsoon season. Therefore, it becomes important that you do something to stop entering such dangerous pests inside your house and thereby prevent yourself from falling ill. So, how to make sure your home is completely pests free? Follow the amazing tips given in the video and we bet monsoon will be much easier and enjoyable for you. The first and foremost thing you must do is to get rid of stagnant water as it is known to give birth to dangerous pests such as mosquitoes. Most people don’t pay much attention to the hygiene of the place where they take showers; yes we are talking about your bathroom. Always keep your bathroom and dry as a damp bath room can attract unwanted bugs. Make sure to clean out all the garbage that has been collected around or near your house because it is most likely to become a breeding ground for harmful pests. Apart from following the aforementioned tips, you must also not forget to keep your bedding items clean and you can do that by regularly brushing your bed sheets and jerking of the dusts from pillow. Watch this video to know how to protect yourself from dangerous monsoon pests and enjoy the rains to the fullest.
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