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An estimated 6 to 12 million head lice infestations occur each year among American children age 3 to 11, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Areas where groups of children commonly gather such as classrooms or daycare centers can play host to spreading the itchy bug. Although contracting head lice is unpleasant, there is no need to panic if your child happens to carry them home.
According to the World Health Organization, head lice are the most prevalent human parasitic infestation in the USA and
Europe . Head lice are parasitic insects that survive by feeding off human blood and can be found in the hair, eyebrows and eyelashes. Lice are extremely contagious and are spread by close person-to-person contact, either directly or indirectly. Direct contact with an infested person can lead to an infestation as well as contact with an infested person’s belongings such as coats, hats, pillows and brushes.
Symptoms include a tickling feeling in the hair, frequent itching and sores on the scalp from scratching. Lice are easiest to detect at the neckline and behind the ears. There are three forms of lice: nits (eggs), nymphs and adults. An adult louse is about the size of a sesame seed and can survive on a human for up to 30 days. They usually cannot survive off the host for more than 24 hours.
Head lice are perfectly evolved human predators. They establish and maintain residence on the human head. They copulate and reproduce on the host. The host’s blood nourishes them. Their success in infesting people far exceeds other human parasites such as pinworm or hookworm. Achieving safe control of these head lice can be difficult, time-consuming and frustrating, especially if you use the wrong products.
There is an alarming trend for head lice to develop resistance to all synthetic pesticide POISONS. Doctors and pharmacists are well aware of this problem of resistance. Pathogenic microorganisms have also become resistant to many antibiotics, forcing manufacturers to develop novel chemical structures in the hope that resistance will not develop. It should come as no surprise that rapidly reproducing insects such as head lice will quickly develop resistance to the synthetic pesticide POISONS being used and misused in order to try to control them. Many studies show that lice are becoming more and more resistant to the various current pediculicde POISONS.
There are many common myths about lice. Head lice cannot jump or fly, pets cannot transmit them, they are not known to spread disease. But, people panic when their child gets lice and usually buy pediculicide POISONS to "treat" their child. Safe Solutions, Inc. has a patented, safe and very effective lice and nit remover called Lice R Gone that safely solves the head lice problem by quickly removing both lice and nits in a few minutes. Lice R Gone is registered with the FDA as a medical device. The Lice R Gone shampoo works so well there is a money-back guarantee.
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