Article originally sourced from Andrea Downey, Digital Health Reporter.
Here are the warning signs you’re about to have a bed bug problem
When bedbugs poop in your bed they leave behind a chemical called histamine, which causes allergy symptoms in people
BEDBUGS are a nasty pest that no one wants in their house.
But even when they are gone they leave traces behind that can cause allergic reactions and even asthma attacks, new research suggest.
Not only do the creepy crawlies bite you while you're sleeping, they also poop in your bed.
It's that poop that causes problems long after pest control has been.
The poo is loaded with histamine, a chemical found naturally in your body during allergic reactions.
It is histamine that causes your runny nose, itchy eyes, sneezing and trouble breathing.