Thought it is an ecological and environmental balance to have healthy insects around us for balanced living excess levels of such organisms can cause disruptions in normal livelihood. With some disorientation of nature caused by human intervention the breeding of mosquitoes are going beyond the ecological sustainability factor.
Small babies and elders with health issues cannot have a good night’s sleep if mosquito breeding goes beyond the threshold limit for a given locality. Stagnant water can lead to over breeding that accumulates mosquitoes all over the houses of our neighborhood. Here we discuss four of the important preventive measures to sort the issue.
1. Stagnant Water: Mosquitoes breeds largely on stagnant water. So clear away all the water retention surrounding the areas. Modern buildings destroyed the ecosystems of frogs and other insects that feeds on mosquitoes and its eggs. As a result the breeding gets enormously big causing all kinds of minor diseases and sleep disturbing occurrence on our houses. So it is always advisable to clear off the stagnant water at the least for a small radius that surrounds our houses to prevent overbreeding.
2. Trashes: Paving way for more debris and impurity collection to accumulate your surrounding can influence larger breeding and hatching of the mosquitoes. It is a responsibility of the state to ensure regular clearing up of public dustbins and containers to avoid stagnation of unwanted wet impurities that can encourage overbreeding of mosquito eggs.
3. Mosquito repellent: If there is an excess of mosquitoes creative a chaos of disrupting sleep patterns then the only option is to go for artificial methods. Use high quality mosquito repellents or vaporizers to control the bites and excess pest development.
4. In-house prevention: If you find the usages of chemical based repellents and other electronic methods as harmful then go for mosquito proof screens for the open windows and other small external outlets. This can prevent the insects invading the houses especially during the night time when such insects look out for blood.