If you spend a lot of time in the fresh air in summer, then, most likely, you know firsthand how many problems mosquitoes deliver. The bites of blood-sucking insects cause irritating itching. However, if you do not scratch mosquito bites, they quickly disappear, and the itching passes even faster.

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Therefore, try not to scratch the place of the bite and the unpleasant itch will quickly go away. It is useless to scratch: itching always returns, it is a vicious circle. Let's try to break it. When we scratch a mosquito bite, we scratch the skin lightly and the mild pain temporarily dulls itching.

Then the body releases a little painkiller serotonin, it becomes easier for us. However, then the bite itches even more, scratches get bigger, in the end we stay with a wound, a scar or worse - with infection. Therefore, you can not scratch it. Let’s look at 14 remedies that can help you:

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#1. Pills. You will need allergy pills, especially if the reactions are strong, and it itches so that it is impossible to tolerate.

#2. Ointments. The pharmacist can give you antihistamine ointments based on dimethindene.

#3. Patch. The patch will cover the irritated place, protect it from dirt and from your nails.

#4. Antiseptic. An alcoholic hand antiseptic is a quick aid for itching. It reduces inflammation and at the same time disinfects scratches.

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#5. Essential oil. Tea tree oil, which dries the skin and has an anti-inflammatory effect, will also help with mosquito bites.

#6. Aspirin. If you do not have contraindications to aspirin, the tablet should be crushed, drip water and make a paste, which should be applied to the bite.

#7. Cold water and ice. Periodically drop the bite into cool water or apply ice.

#8. Warm water and a hot towel. A warm shower will help if there are many bites.

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#9. Baking soda. Dissolve a couple of teaspoons of soda in a glass of warm water and apply this solution with cotton wool to the bites.

#10. Oatmeal. Blend it, mix with water and make a thick paste.

#11. Tea. It is most convenient to apply a tea bag, which was previously cooled.

#12. Plantain or basil. Blend it and apply to the necessary area.

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#13. Press on the bite. It will become a bit more comfortable.

#14. Slap on the bite. Instead of scratching, slap the place of the bite, you can even do it strongly.

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