How to Protect Yourself from Ticks and Lyme Disease
When it comes to controlling pests, ticks should be at the top of the list. Not only are ticks creepy and a nuisance, but they can also be dangerous to humans and animals alike. I used to think that there was nothing worse or more disgusting than the idea of a blood-sucking tick being on my body, but that was before I learned about Lyme disease.
Lyme disease is an infection that is caused by bacteria passed from a tick and should be taken very seriously. Lyme disease is a multisystem inflammatory disease.
Symptoms of Lyme disease and other infections from tick bites can include, in the early days…,
● a rash
● swollen lymph nodes
If any of these symptoms are present, please contact a medical professional before things get any worse.
In later days, Lyme disease can present itself as severe joint pain, neurological problems, and in some cases, heart problems and liver inflammation.
Again, if you have been bitten by a tick and see any of the symptoms listed above, please contact a medical professional immediately! Treatment for Lyme disease is more effective the earlier it is started.
When it comes to ticks, make sure that you take extra precautions to keep them away! Ticks can cause serious issues to both humans and animals and it is important to make yourself aware of diseases they can carry.
The most common tick-borne illness is Lyme disease and it has been a huge problem in the United States over the past few years. Contracting this disease from an infected tick can cause serious health complications and it is very important to be awareof potential symptoms!
Protecting Yourself and Your Family Against Ticks and Lyme Disease
Fortunately, there are steps that can be taken to help protect yourself, your family, and your pets from ticks and their associated diseases. Here are just a few…
If you are in an area where you expect ticks maybe, cover up exposed skin and make sure to check yourself for ticks regularly.
To protect your home from Ticks, make sure that your lawn is mowed, and that bushes and trees are trimmed!
While these practices are helpful, the most effective way to deal with ticks is to have your home professionally treated.
At Greenix, we take pride in knowing that we can help protect our customers and communities from unfriendly pests like disease-carrying Ticks. For more information about our service and how we can help protect and alleviate tick activity around your home, please give us a call at
(844) 244-0009. We are happy to help!