Disinsectisation carried out by Nuisibles Académie - Dératisation Punaise de lit Cafard Souris Rat - Paris consists in eliminating harmful insects present in a given environment.

The bed bug or (cimex lectularius) is the oldest parasite in contact with humans, they are native to the Middle East, they were generally found in caves inhabited by bats and by humans.

Its presence in France was detected for the first time in the 13th century or a resurgence in France noted in 1971, due to the cessation of use of an active substance more dangerous than expected called DDT.

In recent years, we have seen an exponential proliferation on the national territory. The cause is the movement of individuals and resistance to insecticides.

The disinsection intervention for this blood-sucking insect can be complex due to its small size and its ability to reproduce quickly. We generally find them in accommodation but also in hotels, cinemas, changing rooms, etc.… there are several ways to detect traces of bedbugs, the most concrete and tangible are the bites, generally it is the first indicator that we see a possible presence of bedbugs.

The bites are characterized in the form of red bumps in swarms and aligned. Brown, adhering traces also indicate the presence of bedbugs found in bedding, furniture, electrical outlets, it could be their excrement which consists solely of your blood.

Characteristics: Does not jump, does not fly, 4 to 7 mm, red or dark brown color, lifespan 5 to 6 months up to 2 years, lays on average 2 to 5 eggs per day, sexual maturity after 5 blood meals.

Locations: Mattresses, box spring, furniture, plinth (close to sleeping places), Apartment, House, Hotel, Cinema, Planes, nursery, school, hospitals

Risk: Sting, itching, depressive disorders,

Treatments: Chemical treatment, steam treatment, Freezing, Heat, Alternative method