Bed Bugs Cause Anxiety, Part 2 Of 2

Continuing from Monday…

While experiencing a bed bug infestation, and for long after the infestation is gone, victims of the little vampires report having issues with insomnia, as they suffer with the thoughts and feelings of the creepy bugs crawling on their skin both in and out of the bed.  New Jersey pest control professionals say that nightmares about bed bugs are also a common occurrence for those who have suffered from a bed bug infestation.

Bed bug infestations in New Jersey and other parts of the United States are on the rise.  Many times panicked consumers collect bugs, that they believe are bed bugs, and quickly find out from a pest control technician that they are another common household pest such as a carpet beetle.  It should be noted that carpet beetles look like bed bugs and are annoying and destructive, but do not bite like bed bugs do.

Scientists believe that bed bugs do not transmit any diseases and they are considered to be a “nuisance pest”.   Many people who are suffering with bed bugs report feeling isolated from family and friends as they do not want to admit that they have bed bugs, nor do they want to transmit the bugs to people that they care about.  When you are attacked by creatures that suck your blood while you sleep, it can be difficult to remember that these pests are in fact…just bugs!

It’s no wonder that bed bugs will put the sanest person’s nerves on edge.  Enduring the onslaught of bed bugs in your home may seem like an insurmountable problem to overcome.  Hiring a New Jersey pest control professional who has experience in bed bug eradication is the key to getting rid of these bloodsucking pests and the anxiety associated with them.  Call Stern Environmental Group for expert bed bug services in New York and New Jersey.