How to Avoid Lice

Want to know how to avoid fleas? Maybe you just do not want this disgusting animal to live in your head? Although the thought of a live tick on your head is a very scary thing, usually this animal is not too dangerous. There are some simple ways that will help you avoid them so you do not have to get over them after they suddenly appear.Recognize the symptoms. As you may know, lice are small and may be white, brown or dark gray. They most like to live around the ears and back of the neck and eat human blood. Read more about lice here.

Ticks are more easily seen in people who have dark hair color.The most common symptom of hair lice is itching in the back of the neck.In many children, lice do not give any symptoms until several weeks or months later. Therefore, performing a routine check with a toothed comb to check for ticks as soon as possible is very important to do.
Doctors advise combing the fleas after bathing or shampooing, while hair is still wet.Teach your child the importance of not sharing some things with others. Since hair lice commonly infect only school-aged children, it is important to always be aware of situations where children may share some things with their friends. While you may want to teach your child to share with his friends, you should not advise them to share the following:

  • Hat
  • Headband
  • Hair Accessories
  • Pillow
  • Comb

Any object that causes head-to-head contact between flea carriers and others.

Beware of flea carriers. Although the ticks are repulsive, these animals are not avoided like infectious diseases. So, be on the lookout for anyone who may have lice or be treated for lice. If you know, you can avoid it.
If a person has lice and has been treated, but the treatment time is not yet up to two weeks, be sure to avoid contact with the clothes they wear. You need not be afraid of them that avoid situations that will cause contact with them, especially head-to-head contact.
Get checked out. Ticks usually appear in school or while camping. If your child’s school does not provide routine checks, ask for occasional school health assistance. If a school health worker cannot help you, schedule a tick check with your pediatrician.
Stay away from spray exterminators or other chemicals. This spray is not required to kill the lice and is even more dangerous for you if inhaled or swallowed.
Wash the sheets or clothes that have been used regularly if you suspect your child’s hair has been overgrown with fleas. These include:
Wash your child’s bed sheet in hot water
Wash all the clothes your child has worn in the last 48 hours.
Put all your child’s friend’s dolls into the dryer for 20 minutes.
Soak the hair care product in warm water, isopropyl alcohol or a shampoo solution containing the medicine. Hair care products such as brushes, combs, hair bands, headbands, etc. should be soaked regularly to kill lice. If you hesitate it would be better to soak it up just in case of regret.
Use the right hair care product to prevent ticks. Whether the odor of the product or its chemical reaction, ticks tend to avoid:
Tea tree oil. You can use shampoo or conditioner containing this material to prevent fleas.
Coconut oil. Coconut oil is known to prevent lice.
Menthol, eucalyptus oil, lavender oil, and rosemary oil. Most likely, lice do not like the smell of these oils.
Hair products designed to prevent ticks also exist. Make sure you do not use flea killer shampoo unless you are sure that there are lice that grow in your hair, otherwise the shampoo is not good for your hair.

Writen by Shannon