Are You Being Eaten by Invisible Bugs?

Updated on May 17, 2019

If you are being plagued by invisible biting bugs, you have come to the right place. Although I do not know what was infesting our family, our home, and our lives, I'm sharing what we did to help get rid of them.

Freedom was NOT an overnight thing or something that came quickly or easily.

If none of the recommendations on this page help you, it is my wish for you to never to give up the fight. You must pray for courage and strength and go into attack mode on this 21st-century plague.

Maybe you thought the bugs were going to go away on their own. Maybe you question if it's really happening.

You have rashes. You feel bites. It feels like something is crawling around your face, head, and hairline. You can't find any answers on the Internet—only more questions.

You find many products claiming that they can get rid of these mites, but after trying a few, some of which might be high dollar, you begin to lose hope. The companies may even put you on their mailing list, sending you emails that use terror to get you to order more products in greater and greater quantities.

I know what you're going through. Initially, my family also ordered a ton of online remedies, but they were all a waste of time and money. Instead, healing only came once we made a plan and stuck to it.

Don't give up hope. Please know that you can and will feel better, but you cannot give up hope.

Unable to find answers on the Internet or from doctors, I went frantic trying to get someone to believe me and felt terror at the thought that I would never rid myself or my family of the mites. I fell into a deep depression because I felt so helpless and at the mercy of something I couldn't even see.

With persistence, however, I beat them. You can too.

The Bite-Mite Protocol

I will not go into detail of how this started or how doctors ignored us. Instead, I will tell you how I was able to rid my family of five (including myself) of these invisible biting mites. This is the protocol that we used.

Permethrin Cream

Permethrin is an anti-parasitic that can treat head lice and scabies.

Though the creams seemed pretty much useless in ridding ourselves of the mites completely, they did help keep the mites off of us. Sometimes it seemed to make the mites mad, and they bit worse, but eventually they died. We were able to use the permethrin cream to get the mites off of my five- and six-year-old children.

Warning: Do not try to use the cream more often than prescribed. I did this once trying to get a good night's sleep and woke up very sick. I thought I was going to pass out but luckily I made it to the shower. I felt better after I washed it off, but I could still feel the toxic effects.

I realized that Windex original does kill the mites, but you need to spray a lot of it. You will need a respirator from a hardware store—the kind that is used to spray pesticides. Spraying everything in our house seemed to bring the number of mites way down.

  • Use the Windex to spray out your cars, homes, and work area wherever you work. I work in an office building, and Windex did not look out of place there.
  • When you spray your home, make sure to reach the ceilings, walls, floors, and every nook and cranny.
  • I would spray my car as I exited, since it isn't really safe to drive with a mask on, and it can bother your eyes if you spray too heavily with the Windex and then immediately enter the car to drive.

What to Avoid

I did try spraying with plain ammonia, but the results were not half as good as Windex. Also, you need to be careful of mixing bleach with Windex because the Ammonia-D in it and the bleach will make toxic fumes. Do not spray these chemicals right after each other.

Though the Windex did not stain our off-white carpet, you should still use caution when spraying it on light-colored items of value.

Listerine

As you probably already know, regular showers with soap, water, and shampoo have no effect on the bugs.

I found that spraying original Listerine on me in the shower from a spray bottle helped rinse the mites off. It seemed to bother them enough so they let go. The crawling feeling would also go away so I could sleep better and concentrate at work.

Listerine may also help wash off scents you are marked with, or at least disrupt pheromone communication between the mites.

  • In the shower, I would back away from the water, spray myself with the Listerine, and wait as long as I could before I rinsed it off. The first times you do this, it seems to burn. You might try diluting it with water at first if need be.
  • Spray the shower floor with Windex after showering because the Listerine doesn't seem to kill the mites and the shower floor was covered with ones that were washed off but not killed.
  • Spray your feet several times (while in the shower) because a lot of mites seem to try to hold on to your feet and they will become infested.
  • Also, after a few days of sitting, the spray bottle seems to weaken the strength of the Listerine, so make fresh batches regularly.

Ivermectin

Ivermectin is an anti-parasitic that can treat infections caused by roundworms, threadworms, and other parasites. It must be prescribed by a doctor.

After we started to use Ivermectin on a weekly basis, we noticed a big difference.

Tell your doctor to prescribe it for you since it is now considered a first line of defense in dealing with sarcoptic mites. If you do start using it, make sure to not drink any alcohol since it can cause serious reactions.

I had read about people getting good results after they stopped eating sugar so I decided to give it a try.

After about two to three days I noticed a big improvement and so did my wife. If possible, start a candida diet. The mites seem to be attracted to people with infections or fungus problems.

Some Recommendations

  • A basic candida diet means avoiding sugar, alcohol, grains and glutinous foods, fruit, starchy or sweet vegetables, processed meats, dairy (except butter), and beans and legumes (as well as a few other things).
  • Easy sugars and carbohydrates to cut out of your diet include any sugar you're adding to drinks, or consuming in drink form (including smoothies, fruit juice, and sugary coffee drinks), all forms of bread and desserts, and almost all snacks (like dried fruit and nut mixes, chips, and candies.)

Improve Your Immune System

Some people who have had problems with these invisible biting mites also are immunosuppressed. My 15-year-old is on immunosuppressive drugs, and I feel that also led us to have more problems with getting rid of the bugs.

Increasing your overall health means getting as much sleep as possible, eating well, and engaging in regular exercise.

Some Tips on Sleep

This is a hard one because these mites really disrupt sleep patterns.

  • Showering with Listerine (as mentioned above) right before bed seemed to help a lot.
  • Sheets need to be washed daily (see below).
  • Spray the plastic cover of your bed a few times a day with Windex and wipe it off afterwards. Be sure not to spray right before bed!

Cleaning Tips

  • I cleaned every possible surface with Windex.
  • I tried sprinkling many different things in our carpets. Borax seemed to work the best.
  • Don't forget to sprinkle it on the car carpets too.
  • I mopped with 20 Mule Borax. It made our hardwood floors look terrible, but gave us good results with the mites. You can find it at the grocery store near the laundry detergent because it is listed as a laundry booster.
  • It also helped to put borax in my shoes since they would quickly get infested.

Laundry Tips

These things breed in dirty clothes. The biting after doing laundry was unbearable until I figured out the washing routine. Here's what I recommend:

  • Bag and seal dirty clothes in trash bags until you're ready to wash them.
  • Wash clothes with bleach, detergent, and 20 Mule Borax in every load.
  • Try not to drop the clothes out of the bag into the washing machine from a high distance. This could cause mites to be carried back to your face and head on the displaced air.
  • Throw away used trash bags quickly. Do not reuse.
  • Using the dryer and drying clothes for long periods of time didn't work to kill the bugs.

Bedding

  • Get dust mite mattress covers with a zipper and seal up your mattress.
  • Spray it with Windex several times during the day and pull your bed away from the wall.
  • Some people have to throw away their mattress and get an air mattress until the mites are gone since air mattresses are easier to clean.

MSM Cream

MSM is a chemical found in plants, animals, and humans. It can also be made in a laboratory and people use it as a medicine for a variety of ailments.

We found that making an MSM cream was very effective. You can find all the ingredients you need at a vitamin store or pharmacy. Here's how we did it:

  • Mix one-part powdered MSM to 12-parts hand cream of your choice with 1/2 teaspoon of tea tree oil. Microwave for 15 seconds and stir.
  • Apply cream all over your body to dry out and repel the mites.

Any person or animal you can remove from your environment is one less host for these things.

Luckily for us, my mother was able to watch my two younger children, take them to school, and pick them up from school for three to four months while we worked on eliminating the bugs.

If you're able to do something similar, you should.

Ozone Generators

An ozone generator is a machine that creates ozone, which is a type of oxygen molecule.

Ozone generators have proven to be a great source of help to those who use them. I've never used one but people who do see results rather quickly.

Use caution because you need to do certain areas of your home one at a time and then air out the rooms. You should not breathe ozone at all, so exercise extreme caution if you try this method.

Some people use propane heaters to heat up their home and cars to above 130 degrees for a few hours and they've seen success with getting rid of the bugs.

You can hire someone to do this for you, but it will be expensive.

In fact, someone even posted that when they called a company to do this, they were told that the company is not responsible if anything gets melted and that the heat treatment would cost $10,000 dollars.

If you do this, research beforehand and think about the risks involved. I cannot be responsible for any damages.

Diatomaceous Earth (DE): Kill Bugs Without Chemicals

Diatomaceous earth is an off-white talc-like powder made up of the fossilized remains of marine phytoplankton. Up close, it looks like shards of glass. On any beetle-type insect, DE gets under the shell and punctures the body, causing the bug to die.

Many people have used this product in living spaces to help get rid of bugs in their environment. A duster will help spread the DE. Remember to use a dust mask when spreading it.

What Didn't Help Us

Enzyme cleaners and peppermint sprays did not work for us at all.

Many people do get relief using enzyme cleaners, but since it cost 95 dollars and did nothing for our mites, I feel I should mention that it was a waste of money. Some people could use the 95 dollars another way.

Online scabies and lice medicines did not help at all either.

Be Careful of Bold Claims by Companies

Some companies that claim a very high rate of success never called to see if their product worked for us. My question is how they can claim such a rate if they never call people back to see if it worked?

It's possible that they just go by the return rate and assume that everybody that did not return the products are healed. I did not write this to bash any companies. I'm only saying this to help people find a solution to their nightmare.

You Can Beat This

These mites can be beaten. My family and I are a living example. Try and relax. Don't think about the bugs too much. Stress is a big contributor to immune system problems. Take vitamins, exercise if possible, and pray.

Find discussion groups like the ones mentioned below and join in:

  • Scabies Support Group: Even though these mites are not scabies, this group of people will understand what you are going through. I learned all my cleaning methods there.
  • Birdmites.org: There's a good discussion group here.

You're Not Alone

Isolation is a big problem with these mites, and that can lead to depression. You need to talk about these issues with others. I found that the only people who really understand are those who are going through something similar.

Most non-affected people make a joke about it, change the subject, or offer simple, useless advice because they don't really understand what is going on. But that's okay. There are a lot of people who do understand. Post questions or helpful hints below. You need to communicate with others, even if we can't help.

Don't bottle it up.

Stay in It for the Long Haul

Also, remember this is a long fight. There were no silver bullets for us. Even if the doctors could have identified the problem, it would have been a long process.

Keep that in mind so you don't get discouraged. A lot of people feel that if they can just prove to the doctor they are really suffering and it's not just in their head that the doctors will be able to give them a magic pill.

That would be nice, but please don't get your hopes up. Remember that the healing will come, but it is a slow process.

I hope this helps others. It is how we were able to get back to a normal life after almost ten months of misery. I hope this will help other people and families. God bless you.

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This article is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge. Content is for informational or entertainment purposes only and does not substitute for personal counsel or professional advice in business, financial, legal, or technical matters.

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      Pete 

      8 hours ago

      Jess., you said you are seeing floating particles. It might be insulation dust. Its not bugs, or mites. insulation dust feels just like bugs are crawling on you. it could have come out of the walls or the attic and into your living space....

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      Pete 

      8 hours ago

      It could be insulation dust. check for white or pink dust in the house. The insulation could have gotten loose and went through the house...It feels like insects crawling on you...You need to throw your clothes out and try to wipe everything down and have your car detailed.Goodluck

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      Ci 

      4 days ago

      Hello. Can you help ? I've been infected with invisible bugs / mites for two years.. Although I've seen white and black things flying off me? First of all my doctors multiple different ones, friends etc told me i was completely crazy.

      I can't see anything, no bite marks . But i can feel them, it feels like they're all over my body. Head, hair, ears,nose, mouth, stomach, back , legs . I've done EVERYTHING .I've frozen my clothes, kept my matress wrapped for 3months, my blankets and pillows along with it. Kept all my clothes in air tight bags. Washed my clothing on a 90 degree wash. I've spent over 300 euro on pesticides . I've steamed everything bit by bit with tea tree, peppermint.. I'm at.my whitts end. We've recently moved into a new house. I'm itching again because somewhere my old clothing got mixed in with my BRAND NEW wardrobe .. I don't know what to do anymore .. I can't get rid of them. I'm using borax soap, mixed with lemongrass, detergent , Clove and antibacterial product to wash my clothes in. Nothing is working. Peoplr are itching when i come into close contact with them and they know it's me. Please help. They seem to get worse with heat, yet rain. Survive a 90 degree wash and tumble dry . I'm thinking I'm going to have to quit my job. I live in ireland. Everything I'm reading online seems mostly related to the states. I'm at a complete loss. Thank you.

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      Karen Carter 

      6 days ago

      Get a black light hand held, you will see with your own eyes, the past government evil have sprayed and spread these florescent nanoparticles that we can't see without a black light. They were created in a petri dish, they can alter human DNA and just about anything they come in contact with. They alter your hair, eyes which you can see the little white dots whitch you can see with your naked eye. They grow fiber like thread's of hair, they cause fungal infections and lots of other terminal diseases in all living things. My hair is falling out , you can take stands of your hair and it is literally alive it will move on it's own. It is biotech genocide. Y'all need to understand nothing can get rid of them, they are a silent weapon. Everyone should be shouting until they find a way to make these evil people pay for what they have done to the people of the world. If you just get an inexpensive black light you will be convinced, they thrive off energy and light, they really go nuts when they see the black light. Y'all will see they are alive put your finger towards them they will move towards your energy. They are florescent nanoparticles blue, purple, green, red, the white glitter one's you can see with naked eye. They are alive nanobots, in your blood stream altering your blood, brain, hair, heart DNA. These nanobots are in and on everything in this world, clothes, food, water, and you can't get them out of your body and they are highly contagious so if you get them off of you they are still in you, and everyone takes them with them and deposits them in messes every where they go.

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      Sticky Traps - Springtails - Noseeums 

      2 weeks ago

      There are long white rectangular sheets/ sticky traps you fold into boxes that are used mostly to catch spiders but will catch everything (Terro traps). I put a ton of these along the baseboards and then opened them up and viewed with a magnifying glass. Springtails. They do get into homes, get in mostly damp clothing, and are really hard to see/tiny black, grey, or off-white specs. They look like long rectangles with antennas and sometimes hump backs. I didn't have any bites but could feel stuff jumping from the floor sometimes so knew it had a furcula/ tail-like appendage that acts as a springboard for jumping like fleas. Springtails don't bite though, fleas leave ankle bites. Springtails can have a population density of 100,000 per cubic meter of surface soil, or many millions per acre.

      I keep the house dry with heat or AC and a dehumidifier set to 45%. I use the large tape roller/lint roller and roll the floor or run the robot vac. I shake all clothing and blankets out before using or hang everything.

      For noseeums (also a problem when there is a ton of rain), I sprayed soapy water on the grass where there were swarms to kill the larva and used lots of apple cider vinegar traps (acv and water and a couple drops of dish soap in an open water bottle or jug) to decrease the population of adults. If you are worried about killing the grass with soapy water (it will!), vinegar might help instead, or listerine. If they get in your hair outside, using the original listerine in a spray bottle gets them out and keeps them away. Using tea tree shampoo as a body wash acts as a repellent.

      Also recommended by exterminator was extending gutters/downspouts away from home. I had splash back near the foundation. Keeping gutters clean, keeping floors clean (I use robot vac and mop like sticky roller). I also temporarily sealed small gaps in the door with layered gorilla tape. If noseeums see any light, they will fly towards it.

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      Counting Crows 

      2 weeks ago

      I have found a cleaner these bugs hate, i have been using it around my place for a month now. The bugs are almost gone now "Meyer's Clean Day Multi-Surface

      Everyday Cleaner, Lavender Scent

      I also used the same brand and scent Laundry Detergent and 1/2 cup Epsom Salt and a little bleach in hot water, per load I have almost eliminated these little bastards! It seems to dry up the little white worms in the weave on my clothes and I vaccum my place top to bottom everyday, I also spread Diatomacous Earth all around the base boards. These simple things have made all the difference! I have had this problem over a year now and have tried so many things, spent a lot of money and this is the first time anything has worked.

      The exterminator came set traps, after 3 weeks said they were mites, no shit, and to use a blow dryer on the baseboards, really? If the hot water wash and 60 minutes of hot dryer won't work why would a blow dryer work, idiot! And I use sea salt as a scrub for my skin, alcohol and water spray worked for awhile on my clothes seemed to repel them and keep them from getting on my clothes while I wearing them! I stopped using any kind of lotion on my skin, its dry but they are not biting me like they were, I am actually sleeping now!

      I hope this helps someone! It's working for me! For now anyway, they seem to adapt quickly to anything I used before, but so far so good. I wish you good luck! Oh, they like high humidity, so when I leave my apartment I close all the windows and turn the heat up until I get back! Hope this helps you!

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      M Sotired 

      2 weeks ago

      Hi Jess

      Thanks for sharing your story here, it’s awful, I know. Sounds like you may be making good progress with the cedarwood, Can you please tell us which cedarwood products you’re using/ have ordered. I’d really like to try them too. I’m sure my issue is collembola too,

      Good luck and take care

      MS

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      Laura 

      2 weeks ago

      Hello again, whoosh!! I have never battled something i couldn't see!! Yesterday at this time i was about to give up. Thank you *Jess* without the name you gave on mites i might have been under attack forever!!

      Also should mention that yesterday my bedroom was still quarantined. Tonight im typing this in bed!☺️clean myself and a clean room and bed, feeling exhausted but so ready for some real rest.

      Everyone needs to know that springtales when looked up on Google absolutely does not give you the information that is neccessary or accurate!! When you are under attack from these monsters its all you can do to try and stay sain. Had the borax for weeks and wasn't using it in laundry, such a nightmare. No accounting for also dealing with fleas at the same time. When you have fleas on the brain and your seeing the black specks its all soooooo nightmarish.

      I am on 2tbls of ACV a day, tall shot glass 1tbls ACV then fill with favorite juice, pinch nose have plain juice after, keep nose pinched while drinking, drink reg juice before letting go of nose, super easy to get down, no smell, no taste.

      Organic coconut oil, cedar oil and eucalyptus oil mixed. all over body after ACV, cedar oil, eucalyptus oil, and a little borax for good measure bath...stay in at least 15min. Vacuum, vacuum, vacuum a spray bottle with water cedar oil, eucalyptus oil very strong sprayed the shit out of everything laundered bed linens correctly with borax added. Big tip...if you've been washing everything every time and your battle has been ongoing.

      Take a sock a paper towel, load the paper towel with cedar oil and eucalyptus oil, shove the paper towel ball into sock, tie a knot, one blanket at a time, one or 2 pillows at a time, throw that into dryer for 30-40 minutes and you wont have to re-launder the big blankets but only of course if they have been done properly multiple times already

      I did 2 baths morning and night, used a small heater and did not towel off after bath just airdried, also soaked my head in that, haven't truly felt clean in a long, long time. I liberally applied coconut oil mixture after and then dressed. Did not put bed ect back together until 2nd bath and oil application.

      So here i am!!

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      Laura 

      2 weeks ago

      I have been trying to survive in all this for 4 months now!! Nothing you ask about on internet gets you immediately where you need to be.

      Me and my 2 cats have been slowly tortured to the point of madness. I originally thought I was dealing with cat fleas and yes those came into play at some point, thought i was losing my mind after 2 months of battling not understanding why i could not see anything and trying to convince myself that the creepy crawlys were my imagination, i assure they are not.

      Yesterday and by today's end I've been thinking maybe leaving this world would be easier.

      The website that brought me to this forum has saved my life. Its midnight again and im not sleeping, desperately trying to ignore the nightmare. I will be trying everything ive read to hopefully get real sleep tonight.

      Thank you for being here.

      If anyone else needs to know

      YOUR NOT CRAZY! IT IS REAL

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      Jess 

      2 weeks ago

      I’ve been dealing with this for 6 months plus, I’m not sure if I got it from my dog or what, but it’s awful. I see floating particles especially in sunlight, I can feel crawling everywhere especially my hair. I’ve been soaking my clothes in Kleen green and after doing intense research I believe it’s Collembola mites, and cedarwood kills them. I even cut and dyed my hair in hopes of getting rid of it and nothing. I washed my hair with Kleen green and let it sit for 5mins, then I added 100% CEDARWOOD oil to an anti-fungal/anti-bacterial shampoo I ordered on amazon and I could really feel the difference. I just ordered soap, detergent and shampoo that’s made with 100 % cedar wood oil to finally eliminate this monster. It’s been day 3 and I think I’m finally killing them out of my hair and clothes. I hope this helps anyone dealing with the same affliction, keep fighting!

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      Louise61 

      2 weeks ago

      I am very sensitive to them if I walk into a room but they don't bother me now.. Most people are not. I had two areas where I could still feel them a little - hair/scalp and when I go to the bathroom. (So I spray the commode before each use.) I think I posted on here that I read to shampoo hair with Dawn and use Epsom salt - let it stay on for about 5 minutes. You can also use this combo other places on your body when you shower. Two younger age families with better immune systems got rid of them by drinking Apple Cider Vinegar twice a day (2-3 T diluted). There was a big improvement.

      Now for the new part: A couple of years ago when I went to one dermatologist, she could see the scratch marks they left on my back so she gave me a steroid shot. I was thinking that I could find a natural steroid to take internally. I found that our body makes steroids on its own if you eat a healthy diet. (I switched to a healthy diet about 2 yrs ago.) A natural steroid, antioxidant is Alpha Lipoic Acid that you can buy in the vitamin/supplement aisle in WM. (MS patients were able to reduce their corticosteroid consumption when they took Alpha Lipoic Acid.) I have read that it is better absorbed if you take one 30-minutes before a meal. (The first time I took them, I felt an intense pain across my chest - maybe a die off?) The pills appears to have cleaned them out of my inside area. I appear to be free because I don't feel them and I see no reaction from other people either. I think that many of the things in this site are useful and they have helped me as just one source of information because using/doing several things at one time helps.

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      Dr Noc 

      3 weeks ago

      white triangle head gut parasite guy

      Screen name: Probsolved

      if you happen to see this email me icontrabot@gmail.com

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      Maria 

      4 weeks ago

      Sorry, I should also add that adding a few capfuls of Eucalyptus Oil to my laundry also helps. And Combantrin also helps if the itchiness is caused by some sort of internal parasite. I try to use Comabantrin for the whole family atleast once every 6 months. Usually for us though, it’s mites that live on our bodies and surrounds.

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      Maria 

      4 weeks ago

      We mix isopropyl alcohol, 3-4 capfuls of teatree oil and eucalyptus oil - or more. We mix and then spray the crap out of everything, including bedsheets, carpets, dirty laundry and mattress. Instant kill. We used it on our skin and home daily until we no longer felt them and then used only when we felt the crawling sensation. It’s also a great mixture for headlice and their nits. I literally just used it now. Every time my elderly Mum comes to visit, we seem to get attacked by these mites big time. I’m itch free and going back to sleep after this comment, lol. Tomorrow, I spray my daughters skin and hair when she’s awake, as Mum was looking after her and my Hubby will spray himself. I’ve woken up - its 1:30am and I’ve just sprayed the entire house, especially where Mum had been. This solution has worked for us for a long time. We buy the isopropyl alcohol in bulk and just get the soluble Eucalyptus and Teatree oils from the supermarket. The mites hate it!!! Goodluck everyone!

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      Anna 

      4 weeks ago

      Just joining this conversation as I too was looking for answers. I took most everyone’s combined advice, from washing everything in Borax and running the sweeper everyday - to cleaning with Windex and bleach. The household cleaning was easy, because I do that normally ...I’m sort of OCD. But I couldn’t understand why I was physically attacked, or what to do. Doctors and dermatologists were a joke after 6 months.

      I just had a small symptom, but annoying! So a few days ago I tried the showering with Dawn dish liquid and while in the shower, doused my body with tea tree oil then got out and dried off. The first day was great-still showered again that night with the same routine. The next day, I showered in the morning and went work. That evening, I thought I have to find something that works! So I showered with Dawn dish liquid- using a rough Lufa spounge, then doused myself with the tea tree oil and this time, before I got out of the shower, I creamed every inch of my skin wth Vick’s vapo rub. I have to say that I have been so relieved and my skin feels normal! It was really chilly and exuberant when I got out of the shower- but I have had 24 hours of nothing creepy-crawling or biting and 1 good night’s sleep. If I have to do it once a day for awhile, to get free, I’m good with that, but this is the best I’ve felt in 11 months!

      Hopeful

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      Susan Racine 

      5 weeks ago

      Neem oil kills bugs on your body and home to. Its great for head lice. and very safe.

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      Rozalyn Landisburg 

      5 weeks ago

      Thank u and God Bless you for sharing your knowledge with others. I am starting your protocol now after 4 months, 2 bombs, two extrerminator visits and extreme agitation.You must have the patience of a saint.

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      Carol Nielsen 

      5 weeks ago

      Oh my gosh you know my life has been miserable just as you described from 4 pest control companies supplied samples told just fuzz afterward used perenthin cream some luck but got nowhere and recently after another pest control co sprayed carpet, I still have black eyes and bugs back after 2 days. I have been ridiculed by family, husband, Doctor and dermatologist. Thank the Lord and this article I am going to try.

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      TWEaton 

      6 weeks ago

      This article needs FAQ's and a place to ask questions! Like, what did yau do about dishes, pots and pans, silverware, etc.? Do I just wash them and put them back in clean cabinets? And do you need my email address to answer? If I give it to you am I going to get spamed with advertisments and God knows what else?

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      Probsolved 

      6 weeks ago

      Okay so I can't say that this will solve everybody's problem but this is my situation and how I fixed my exact same situation you guys are dealing with. Real quick, ive had this 2 separate times, once in early 2018 n now again. I know why i got it both times, because i was really really working long hours, not taking care of myself and sleeping only 2 to 4 hours a night. I went to many dif drs the 1st few months n got all sorts of stuff thrown at me. My house, my car, and my work truck were infested. As soon as i enter my house its like they all start coming at me, and its so much worse at nite. To the eye they look like a single piece of black pepper though ive found bigger things that look like some kinda cocoon thing. They seem to overtake lint and dust and occupy it somehow and theres a definite connection to the sparkling dust shit and the strands of hair. Ive seen those strands stand up all at the same time from my pillow top and then descend inward when i began spraying them with spray. Its insane. Nobody ever believed me so i stopped telling ppl. So after months i was sent to a dr from my company- i had a union job delivering linen and picking up soiled linen then, and this dr actually knew about this. She was korean and after examining me and seeing the things fly off n back on me and seeing the specks on my skin, she told me she saw it before but that it didnt have a name as far as she knew. She said the cause is a parasite attached to my intestines. All of these things that torment us day in and out are insanely attracted to this thing in our body that is living off of us. Without any tests or anything, she prescribed me 3mg imervectim oral tablet 5 pills at once day one then another 5 a week later. She told me that the meds paralyze the parasite and allows your body to pass it in a bowel movement. Sure fucking enough, a few days later i took a crap and there was a thing in there that looked like a white stick figure with a triangle head. And that was that. Over a few days the bugs around me just seemed to disapear and my life went back to normal. Unfortunatly i didnt make the corralation about running myself thin and the parasite and last month i really went hard and wasnt taking care of myself. Then i noticed it all starting again. Slowly they came back. This time i also noticed my stomach was really fucked. It makes crazy noise and i have been terribly constipated. Plus bad cramps. I went to ER today but the drs there wont just prescribe that med cuz i tell them i need it. They wanted a stool sample so i gave them one n now gotta wait 2 days for the result. My only worry is this thing, whatever it is, isnt detectable like other parasites. I hope this info helps u guys. Thank god for that dr. Idk where she is now but she saved my life

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      Finally Relief 

      6 weeks ago

      I suffered for 2 years from nonstop itching. I was constantly finding tiny black specks on my bed and tiny white flakes on my clothes. I wasted a lot of money on products and vacuums that didn’t help me at all. After constant searching online, I read that someone tried sulfur soap and MSM cream so I decided to try it myself since it’s cheap. It has made the world of difference for me and so hope that this can help many others who have also been suffering for so long. Use 10% sulfur soap in the shower and leave it on for a few mins as you scrub rinse off normally with warm water. After your shower, while you’re still wet—scrub the sulfur soap all over the body from neck down to the feet. Do not rinse it off, do not use a towel or anything to dry off. You must let the soap air dry or just use a hairdryer on the cool setting to dry off. It’s important for the soap to stay on the skin because this is what keeps the mites/bugs/whatever they are off from your body. Besides the sulfur soap it’s also good to use MSM capsules (this also contains sulfur). You can open up the capsules and mix the powder into UNSCENTED body lotion and apply it on your skin. Warning: the lotion will cause a burning sensation on the skin and what happens afterwards is gross....tiny black specks appear on the skin out of nowhere and those “specks” are what I believe are the culprit to all the intense nonstop itching. The MSM capsules also serve a second purpose and that is to clean out your hair. Open up about 2-3 of the capsules and mix the powder with some shampoo. Then, apply it on your scalp and scrub your scalp with it for several minutes. Doing that had immensely helped reduce the itching on my scalp. It even helps me during the day.

      Now, if your clothes/sheets/etc are always itchy too, make sure to use Borax when you wash your clothes. It’s inexpensive and it truly does work. I could never get the itching to stop by washing my clothes with regular detergent. When I finally decided to try borax I was surprised that my clothes didn’t itch anymore for the first time since this whole nightmare began.

      Please do not spend your money on expensive products. If so had known the solution years ago I would’ve saved myself so much money. I purchased all the products except for the lotion on Amazon. I’ve posted the links here:

      https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00CST4AS4/ref=cm_c...

      https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B000BD4DI6/ref=psdc...

      https://www.amazon.com/20-Mule-Team-Laundry-Booste...

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      Barney 

      6 weeks ago

      Hi all, wow Im going crazy... these mites are so annoying as they are invisible. Here is something that works for me to help to relieve the itch.. Buy 100% cold pressed neem oil. (Amazon). It smells bad, but the mites dont like it... just mix it w 100% pure coconut oil to level the smell on skin.. I rub it in my hair and arms.. as lotion.. within minutes all the biting goes away.. You may feel some bites here and there, just see your skin and try to kill / catch the mite. They are so tiny, hair thin. Its not a compete fix but you will get some sleep and atleast act normal inside the house. Now as soon I start getting bit, I apply a chunk of neem oil and mites leave me mostly alone for a while. Try it, Good luck and this atleast will help keep you sane.

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      Karen C. 

      6 weeks ago

      I have Vern experiencing this problem with the invisible bugs/mites for about 2 years. I had 2 different exterminator companies to inspect my home for bedbugs,fleas and lice. Neither company found evidence of any. I have been examined by my internal medicine doctor whom prescribed permethrin and a sleep aid. After neither helped my doctor then referred me to a dermatologist whom after examining me as well as doing a biopsy of a visible bite and the biopsy coming back clueless he prescribed a cream called Dapsone and said to practice mindful thinking as though my thoughts are producing this problem. After reading this article I know now that I’m not alone and I pray that congress will have the CDC to investigate this seemingly WIDE SPREAD PROBLEM.. congress you have more resources to investigate this problem. Please HELP!!!

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      Preston anderson 

      2 months ago

      Same issues here i have trails anddark specks under my skin and they seem to come from everywhere they blend in perfectly they spit at you from the floors the walls the cealings they bite you in your clothes and in bed cleaning helps but only momentarily and appear to attach themselves either to fiber materials like string or rope to clothing and even the walls, cealings, and even my floors they are all over your body but especially in your hands and feet they itch but also cause pain and if you dont pull them out tbey lay eggs and your hands start to swell from it especially your fingers they get in your throat and you cough them up there in your snot and in your hair you can legit watch your hair move and stand on its own bleach helps but not for long no matter how much i clean my home and even my body they just never go away the doctor said its not scabies and it cant be chiggers because they dont bed under your skin like these things do. Please if anyond has any info god tell me these things are slowly driving me insane i bary even leave home now in fear someone else will catch them from me.

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      Sammy 

      2 months ago

      Im having the same problems in a way im 21 i live with my 50 year old aunt and its almost as if they live on the walls and in any crack possible when i moved in she warned me she has some sort of bug that was like a hair and it would spit at you and the things they spit at you would basically dissapear into my skin leaving trails in my skin almost like scabies we bleach daily walls, cealings, floors, counters and all we bag up our clothes we wash our bedding daily and try any new tricks we hear about but still there has been no change it slows down after we clean but by nightfall its right back the way it was before i have them i can see the black dots and trails they leavr but they really tear my aunt up all over to tbe point ive seen her jump up and have to leave the house we thought it was chiggers or maby even scabies but none of the treatments worked its even puzzled doctors any ideas on what these hellacious things could be? They live in the human body as well as anywhere in the home leaving trails in your skin and they also look almost like hairs as far as we can tell and im guessing the spitting is possibly eggs or maby pores? Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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      Lynn 

      2 months ago

      Along with many others, I was being plagued by something that was "biting" me. No culprits could be seen & it was only myself and my (female, very short haired) dog that seemed to be suffering. At first it seemed to come in waves almost, a rise in this intense itch/poke feel. I would examine the spots of the poke, even AS I felt them, and there would be nothing BUT I would notice a VERY small bump, as small or smaller than a goose bump. It would itch for a short while and then not. I would feel the hair in my eyebrows twinge as if something was crawling through them, etc. And I noticed this sensation was worse in some rooms and not in others. I do research for my "day job" and so I set out to find out what was going on. We're outdoorsy people. My husband is particularly tasty to parasites like mosquitoes, chiggers, etc. and the fact that neither he, nor our sons, nor our cats were suffering from anything itchy lead me to believe this was an allergy - but I have never experienced an allergy that gave that sharp poke/bite sensation. After immense research this is what I believe that was *our* problem - it may not be everyone's.

      It is, in fact, a mite allergy and NOT a bite, but I will explain that in a moment. - not a parasitic mite like scabies, but rather our particular mite problem was a mite related to dust mites that feed on the type of mold that grows on trees.. And wood. And drywall. We discovered large areas in our unused attic were molding from a roof leak we did not know we had. This mold had actually worked it's way into our boiler fed heating and into the drywall behind our shower. The tiny tiny mites have sensory hairs - these hairs frequently shed and are carried by air onto our skin and even into our lungs and they're what those of us with allergies feel when we feel that poke - a sensory hair coming into contact with, say, a skin pore or hair follicle. The little bump? That's the skin reacting to it. I do believe that those with autoimmune disorders experience these sensations more than others. If it's a mold mite that you're allergic to, like me, your home will be prone to them as long as they have a food source, so if at all possible removing the mold is the key. Unfortunately for us removing it all at once is a bit more cost than we can handle. Following some of the advice on this page, and combining it with others, these are the steps that help me -

      Though mold mites only eat mold, their hairs get everywhere. Thorough and *regular* cleaning of all surfaces, including draperies, ceiling fans, etc. is your first line of defense. After dusting and vacuuming every surface we spread diatomaceous earth throughout our home and the areas with mold we could access and leave it there for at least 36 hours. Next, after finding that nearly all mites as well as mold spores hate eucalyptus, we bought an essential oil nebulizer that uses **NO** water and a LOT of essential oil and I began using it in the rooms I noted the worse symptoms. I wipe most hard surfaces down with eucalyptus essential oil every few days and I wash all of our bed linen every 2 days and *all* of our laundry gets a healthy dose of eucalyptus in the washer as most mites require temperatures hotter than our wash machines and water heaters are equipped to output. I spritz our fabric furniture with the eucalyptus and put diatomaceous earth under them and under any cushions and mattresses. I shower before bed and run a napkin doused with lemon juice over my exposed body parts after I shower. While those suffering with a mite allergy might experience an increase in symptoms when consuming lots of sugar this is more easily explained by our immune systems being compromised from a diet high in sugar, - it literally puts your white blood cells into a sugar induced coma and aren't as able to respond to irritants.

      I can tell you that after completing these steps just once I could immediately tell a difference. After a few times I had even actually thought I potentially wouldn't need to do it anymore but after a week or so symptoms returned - because their food source is too abundant at the moment. I suspect, living in an extremely humid area, that I'll have to be most diligent in the warmer months as these mites can even simply live outside and their little legs can travel through the screens of our open windows. But prior to these steps I literally was on the edge of sanity.

      Keep in mind there are many many types of mites and getting rid of their food source is key if you're suffering from allergies of non-biting mites rather than parasitic mites. Most parasitic mites will require medication and/or chemical intervention.

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      Chris 

      2 months ago

      Hi All,

      I live in Perth WA and have some sort of mites in my house for about 12 months. Tried all sorts of things and the best results i found was to buy predator mites from South Australia Biological Services......

      They eat most mites, but not eggs and they worked for me killing 90 odd precent of what was in my house,

      Best way to buy is to get shipped to you rhe fastest way possible and pay extra or they could be dead by the time you receive them.

      Cost was 430 dollars for 200000 mites...

      Regards Chris.

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      Lna 

      2 months ago

      Hi you are not crazy. It is thrips, I have no idea why they infest us since they are supposed to feed on plants, but for some reason they do attack us. They have a super resistant shell, just check information about them on google, they have this skin that can keep them completely dry even if they are in water. So it's obvious that no matter what you try on them, you can hardly kill them.

      They seem to attack people with weak immune system such as myself. When I am surrounded by people, the ones who start to itch crazily are elders.

      I have tried everything to get rid of them, it seems they like to stay on hairy parts of your body. I shave all my body as soon as I see a millimeter of hair growing and I'm okay on these areas. The worst is my hair. I did everything, olive oil mask, coconut oil, mayonnaise, honey, I put vinegar and stayed a whole day with it on, which caused my scalp to burn and much hair loss, I even tried pure essential mint oil which made me feel totally dizzy, and just made them much angrier after I shower since they started to bite hard and it was really painful.

      Well I dont know if it's really biting, but they sting us with something which feels juste like a needle even though we can't see them.

      In my opinion it is something in their pheromones, or something like that. They choose us specially as their target, they take something from us, thats why they dont leave. Maybe water? I don't know. But after vacuuming everyday, changing sheets everyday, doing laundry everday, showering twice a day etc.. I saw that was not enough.

      What "releases" me a little is that I shake my sheets, pillows, covers, clothes and so on from the window, I feel much better after that, which means I am not dreaming, I just threw away hundreds of them from the window.

      Also I notice that I feel them much more when I am stressed, as if they were feeling that I am mentally weakened and started to take advantage of that to attack.

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      Nicole 

      2 months ago

      Omg... I’m going though this as I speak I have a newborn and my Face ID horrible from me scratching and picking. I jus want to up and move

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      Letterday 

      2 months ago

      Depending on your symptoms please look into Mold,Mildew, spores, Mycotoxins and allergies. Mycotoxins are also found in many foods. Mycotoxins pass through a HEPA filter.

      "These mold spores and their mycotoxins enter our body mainly through three different routes.

      Breathing (Inhalation) – One route would be through inhalation by breathing it into our respiratory systems, sinuses, and lungs.

      Ingestion (eating/swallowing) – The next would be through ingestion by mold spores simply landing in our mouths and we swallow them or on food whether it be prepared food or fruit sitting out on the counter.

      Skin (dermal absorption) – They can also enter our bodies via dermal contact which means the mold can be absorbed through the skin or enter the body through a cut or scrape on the skin."

      Another site:

      A rash caused by mold will range from slight irritation with redness to an open wound. The skin will be swollen, red, itchy, dry and warm to the touch; or have red bumps, patches, scales or blisters that ooze pus. Only the skin exposed to the mold will be affected. The affected area’s intense itch leads to prolonged scratching resulting in secondary infection, pigment or color changes, scaring or thick, and leathery skin. This can be prevented with home care.

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      SickAndTired83 

      3 months ago

      So I think I finally cracked the code for most of us by piecing together the information in this blog, in these comments, from my own experience and from this blog http://invisibleparasites.com. I was able to treat this problem in a day for less than $150 using this approach, so no need to waste years fighting these annoying mites.

      I finally solved this problem and I think it's a two part problem: a problem with your environment and a problem internally with your body. I noticed I first started getting bitten in bed, then it would spread to my clothes and so-forth. I also noticed the biting in bed was worsened a lot if I positioned a fan directly by it. This led me to conclude that I was dealing with dust mites since fans are hard to dust, even though most of the websites out there say that you can’t feel dust mites biting. I decided to call BS on that, so I took a leap of faith and spent $90 on a dust mite HEPA vacuum and oh my god, this is 1000% worth the money. This took my bed from a mite infested death trap to a comfortable place to sleep in about five minutes. Here’s the one I used in case anyone is interested: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07TJ8MFJB/ref=p... However, if this is too expensive, you can get results that are almost as good by washing your clothes and bedding with one scoop oxyclean, one scoop borax and one cap unscented detergent in hot water.

      Now for your body: as stated in the above post, these mites feed off candida, so there’s a very high likelihood your body is producing way too much of it if you’re having this issue. To combat this, take probiotics, eat a clean diet of lean protein and veggies until the mites are gone and most importantly, take MSM supplements. Seriously, if you don’t do anything else, take yourself into a GNC and buy this immediately. Take it as directed on the bottle, and when you get out of the shower, undo one of the MSM capsules and mix it with any lotion of your choice, and I swear this alone will expel around 95% of the mites from your body. Guys now this is pretty gross, but you’ll notice as you’re rubbing this mixture on that little black dots will start coming out of your body….and I’m almost certain those are the mites exiting through the pores. This looks absolutely horrific, but you’ll feel a million times better after doing this. If you happen to be reading this in the middle of the night and can’t get yourself some MSM right away, rubbing Listerine on the body and taking allergy pills can provide temporary alleviation.

      So there you have it, I hope this is able to help a lot of you :)

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      Kayla573 

      3 months ago

      In the long run the Hydrogen Peroxide did not work unfortunately. However Nair with Rich Cocoa Butter & Vitamin E has worked the best out of everything I've tried. It has cut the crawl rate down to like 5 percent out of 100. The residual 5 I believe is due to not completely removing them from my environment & my head hair. I will be going bald soon. I rubbed the nair firmly with a thick coat onto my skin from my feet up to my nose. Did this in sections, legs first then waist then upper body. I let it sit on my skin for 5 to 10 minutes per section & then watched it off with a Dandruff & Itch Shampoo. I figured if Nair can disintegrate hair maybe it could the mite as well & so far it looks as if it worked. I didnt leave it on long but I honestly feel the longer the better. Nair didnt burn me at all so I also put on sensative areas, it caused some bumps & a lil blood but nothing too crazy. Where ever you have pores or hair its a potential home for these mites so make sure you use this there. Good luck to everyone. Bless you all

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      Karl0 

      3 months ago

      Turmeric powder and mayonnaise work

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      Louise61 

      3 months ago

      Drinking diluted apple cider vinegar every morning helps. Showering with Dawn and at the end while still soaped up, rub your body with Epsom salt anywhere you have felt an itch or a crawl. You can shampoo your hair with Dawn and then add the Epsom salt - massage in well. You can use your regular conditioner after this. You will still need to spray your house, seat, bed, and car. Exercise, eat green veggies, no junk food or sugar. Get rid of the candida in your body.

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      JP 

      3 months ago

      ** Go Read this protocol **

      http://www.invisibleparasites.com

      I’ve been dealing with this problem for over 8 months and finally seing the end of it.

      Dont give up!!

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      les johnson 

      3 months ago

      Sorry, but from my experience, Listerine stops the itching but does not get rid of them. I have had problems with them for a very long time and they are getting worse.

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      Thomas York 

      3 months ago

      The most important thing is to obtain a correct diagnosis of the problem. Is it an invisible insect doing this to you or a neurological condition in which the nerve endings are mis-firing, causing "neuralgia" (neuropathic pain)? This can easily be confused with the feeling of being bitten.

      Chronic paresthesia, or nerve damage, is one cause of "formication" (the tactile hallucination of bugs crawling and biting on or under the skin) and can be made worse by poor circulation from lack of exercise. There are many possible causes of this condition. In my case, the origin of the condition was shingles (herpes zoster) virus - which has apparently spread to my whole body - causing called "postherpetic neuralgia."

      If only you - and no one else - experiences symptoms of itching (dermatitis) and the sensation of being bitten or crawled on (formication), and if the insects are seemingly invisible and you have done all you can to eliminate them and the sensations continue, then the condition may very well be neurological in origin. I can attest to the fact that the sensation is absolutely real, because actual nerve endings are being activated. I did not imagine it - but my initial conclusion that it was insects was incorrect, as it turned out.

      I am still going through this as I write this. I feel crawling and biting and jumping on my skin. It seems so real. I had shingles three years before and it has not appeared since in the same form but it has manifested itself in formication. I did not put this together until I realized that no one else around me suffered this and that it was therefore not logical to assume it was insects - though for several weeks I believe it was. I did all I could to eradicate them. Formication can also be caused by other diseases than shingles.

      In addition to itching and biting, the most disturbing feeling was that bugs were inside my eyes - especially in the middle of the night (called "nocturnal pruritus"). I actually felt as thought they were jumping off my eyelashes or beard onto my skin - or into my eyes and nesting there below the eyelids. It prevented sleep and caused considerable stress as I tried in vain to locate them with a mirror and magnifying glass and flashlight. I shaved off all hair, did a thorough cleaning of my entire environment, and invested hundreds of dollars in all the cleaning and washing supplies - many of the same ones mentioned on this thread (Listerine, permethrin, tea tree oil, bleach, ACV, Borax, etc). Nothing worked and I was growing more and more fatigued from lack of sleep. It was becoming life-threatening: if chronically fatigued you are a risk of losing control while driving and making serious mistakes. It can take over your life and ruin it.

      I visited two different GPs at walk-in clinics, both of whom said it could not be an insect. I found them to be dismissive and this too was frustrating. They clearly thought me delusional and paranoid - especially when I showed one a sample of a bug I thought was doing this. It turned out to not be a bug, but it was so small - how was I to know? I had had chiggers before so I though it was small biting arachnids again. The doctors believed that I had "delusional parasitosis" (a psychiatric condition associated with formication). Both warned me about drying out my skin from frequent showers, but neither referred me to a psychiatrist or neurologist, which they should have done. They examined me and one said it was an "obsession" and the other said it was "neurodermatitus" (a condition in which scratching causes more itching and skin damage). These assessments were wrong and did not help, but to her credit the second doctor did give me a prescription of hydroxyzine hydrochloride. This helped immensely. It suppressed the itching sensation, allowing me to get a good night's sleep - although the side effects are dry mouth and grogginess - but a small price to pay for being able to sleep again.

      I then learned from my sister - who had neurological mis-firing in her ankle, causing chronic pain for years - that there are various drugs one can take for this, which can be prescribed by a neurologist. There are homeopathic treatments as well, such as TENS. "Delusional parasitosis" (Ekbom's disease) is a "hypochondriacal psychiatric disorder" that can result as a complication of a number of organic/physiological maladies, such as MS, Parkinson's, fibromyaglia, Lyme disease, diabetic neuroapthy, shingles, etc. But it does not mean you're crazy if you believe bugs are crawling on or under your skin. It is only logical to conclude that they must be doing this if you feel it. The sensations are absolutely real. The so-called "delusion" is simply from believing them to be caused by parasites when they're not. This can grow into a serious fear - even panic - and the need to eradicate them that is all-consuming.

      Yes, it can be an obsession - and who would not feel this way if he or she had parasites eating at them? I and others cannot be faulted for obsessive behaviour in response to this condition. The psychiatric and medical professions should not diagnose it as a psychosis, focusing on the delusional aspect of it, but rather than on the physiological causes of it. It's a healthy fear to not want insects all over you! What GPs should learn to do is better help people in this condition to diagnose the source of the problem, rather than being dismissive or stigmatizing sufferers as psychotic. Apparently there are not many people who have this condition (maybe a few hundred thousand in the whole world) but it's a serious condition, so correct diagnosis is important.

      When I was presented with the correct information - through my own research - I realized it had to be formication (in my cases as a result of postherpetic neuralgia). This is not to say that all such feelings are formication; for all I know, invisible skin parasites are a reality (certainly allopathic medicine does have all the answers, and has often been wrong), but I don't think in my case they are because my roommate did not get them and the sensations still occurred even after thorough cleaning.

      The sensation of being biting - all over my body - is very similar to the stabbing sensation I had experienced with shingles - like someone is sticking you with a small needle. The virus had not shown up again on the skin as a painful rash but apparently it had done some kind of damage to my nervous system. Apparently, shingles creates scar tissue to form next to nerves, sending inaccurate signals to the brain, creating "tactile hallucinations." Thus I feel crawling, biting, and jumping of invisible insects. My eyelids twitch as though some bug has jumped into or out of my eyes - a very disconcerting feeling - though much less disturbing when I know it is not actually bugs, but just a neuraglia-associated facial pasly. So my advice is to try hydroxyzine, in order to sleep again, and get a referral to a neurologist, dermatologist, or psychiatrist, to examine the possible causes and remedies for formication, if that's indeed what it is. At the same time, be careful to not become addicted to opiates or similar drugs. Exercise, good diet, and stress reduction are important.

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      Pete 

      3 months ago

      to H: I thought I had mites,scabies,mold, bedbugs, parasites. I bombed the house, spent a small fortune trying to kill whatever it was that felt like a bug crawling on me and threw out almost everything in the house and got a new car. I was ready to move and buy a new house and found out about a month ago after suffering for 2 years that it was insulation dust. go buy a microscope and if you see white or pink fibers and if pest control cant find anything then its fibers most likely insulation dust. Its really hard to get rid of.it can come into the living space through air ducts. a regular vacuum cleaner wont help. You will need to spend some money and buy a hefpa vac you will also need to wipe the whole house down with a damp cloth.acually lots of damp clothes, you will need to wipe down the walls and ceiling also. Most likely your car and clothes are now contaminated and your work cubicle. take your clothes to the dry cleaner, have your car professionally detailed. You will also need to find the source of the insulation coming into your living space. I may be wrong, but I was finally right and figured it out for myself.

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      3 months ago

      I have been dealing with what I thought were fleas for 3 weeks now. They seem to be "pinging" on me. Leaving bites around my ears and hair line while I sleep. Even feel them in my car. I have bombed and used sprays from the vets even thought I have not animals. I left my house for 4 days. I had an exterminator come and he cannot find anything. They didn't seem to bite me last night but I still feel 'crawling" on me, even at work. Are they mites in my clothes? Can I get ride of them by an exterminator?? I want to go crazy.

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      pete 

      3 months ago

      I found out my spray deodorant has toxic formaldehyde in it. I have been testing everything in my house with my air quality meter and it went off the chart when I sprayed the deodorant. I've been poisoning myself everyday and not even knowing it. Formaldehyde is the problem. Some people are allergic, sensitive to it. It can cause contact dermatitis in some people. Which is why if you live in a household of 8 and no one else has the problem, but you there your allergic to something and its probably formaldehyde. Go buy a formaldehyde meter on amazon and test your and products in your house. formaldehyde is also used in beauty products. go get tested to see if you are allergic to formaldehyde. Of course you could have bedbugs in your house, but I guarantee if there are bedbugs everyone else in the house would feel them also. You can also see bedbugs and you can hire pest control to get check for and get rid of bed bugs, that's an easy fix..

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      Carissa 

      3 months ago

      I have been going crazy and no one in my house hold of 8 believes me so thought of any type of collaborated effort I can throw out the window. Have anyone of you guys used a product called proof bedbug and mite killer? All my problems started after I used this product at my boyfriend's. I did notice that with a map/pro torch you can kill these things and they pop and crackle so you can see the results!

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      pete 

      3 months ago

      I was right about the formaldehyde. I bought a indoor air quality meter from amazon that also measures formaldehyde and the formaldehyde was off the charts. I recommend you buy a formaldehyde meter to test for formaldehyde, the formaldehyde could be coming from road dust, new flooring, cleaning products and other stuff, you can look up all the products that have formaldehyde in them and see if you have them in your house, which could be causing your problem. A hefpa air purifier will not remove formaldehyde and you will need to buy a VOC air purifier. There not cheap.

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      pete 

      3 months ago

      Hi, I found another problem, which I assumed this was a problem about 8 months ago. I bought my house about 7 years ago. I used to live in the country. Well, the house is next to a thruway and all Summer I was leaving the windows open thinking I was getting fresh air in the house and it was making it worse. yesterday, I checked with my neighbor and she had the same problem. The highway dust from the tires blows over into my neighborhood and blows right threw the window into the house. I must be allergic to the highway dust from the car and truck pollution, from diesel fumes and wearing tires. last night I took a big fan and blew the air and the microscopic particles out of my house and if feels 80 percent better it my house. So, if you live next to a highway, this could be your problem, the highway dust feels just like mites are crawling on you...goodluck….

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      She Stanzione 

      3 months ago

      Started getting bit 3 days s ago... And I can't help but to take tweezers and get them out of my body... It's a bit painful... But the thought of having a big or worry leaning stripes all over is just ... Well, grrrr...

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      Pete 

      3 months ago

      Hey all I figured this out. Its formaldehyde. they put it in a lot of things. some people are sensitive to it which is why some of you are effected in the house and another person is not. Formaldehyde cause contact dermatitis and itching, burning sensations in the eye, nose and throat, skin rashes, tightness of the chest and wheezing, fatigue and headaches. Formaldehyde is found in manufactured wood products used as building materials such as OSB, plywood, MDF, and particle board. These manufactured wood products are also found in furniture like desks, bookshelves, beds, kitchen cabinets and beauty products. It was also used in insulation until recently,. anyway you can look it up and find out that it causes contact dermatitis, which some people feel like bugs are crawling on you. I know this isn't everyones problem, but I'm sure its a big problem for a lot of people

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      pete 

      4 months ago

      to it gets better; you said you have white specs dots. I had the same thing and I finally figured it out a couple of weeks ago. I originally thought it was white mold, but I now know it is insulation dust. Look around your house and it the basement and attic, if you have white insulation then i'm pretty sure that's your problem. insulation breaks down if it gets when or damp or there is moisture and it breaks down to dust. rodents also love to make there nests in insulation and break it up. Do you have a crawling itching feeling on skin like bugs are crawling on you. do you wake up with red eyes, do you cough, do you have anxiety and tired a lot. these are some of the symptoms. We are told that insulation is safe, but its not. its toxic and can cause a lot of problems if it breaks down and goes through the house via air ducts, cracks and holes, through electric outlets and ceiling lights. it looks just like dust which is why its so hard to figure out. You can tell its insulation dust if you turn all the lights off at night and shine a flash light, if its floats in the air and is shiny then its insulation dust. you can use hairspray to knock it down and keep it down. once you figure it out you will have to clean your house from top to bottom by wiping everything down including the ceiling. You will also need to buy a hefpa vac because the insulation dust is as small as 1 micron and if don't use a hefpa vac it goes right threw the vacuum... I've been dealing with this for over 2 yrs and spent over $5k, so I finally figured it out and if I could go back it time, the first thing I would do is buy a microscope to see what the white specs were and I would have determined that it wasn't a bug and then I would have brought the particle to a lab to have it tested and would have found out that it was insulation dust and I wouldn't have wasted 2 yrs of my life.

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      Debia 

      4 months ago

      Went through hell also. Was so itchy could not sleep. DIscovered "histamine dumping." It is terrible but works: I used a rice bag heated up in the microwave for 2 minutes--REALLY HOT! Then, apply it to the itchiest places (for me it was my arms and neck) for as long as you can stand it. When it becomes too painful, remove the heat and "poof" no more itching. But this is ONLY for extreme emergencies when nothing else works. Unbelievably, it was the simplest thing that finally stopped the itching and thickening of my skin. After 2 visits to doctor, he suggested showering with Dawn (I said OMG! I'm 60! My skin will dry up like an old leaf) and cleaning everything with it and HOT water. It worked. I was able to apply coconut oil after shower to moisturize. Now my skin is back to normal. He said if I wanted to take a bath fine but first I must shower with Dawn--the one with the little ducklings on it. Don't use any of the other formulations, they won't work. Use as a cleaner and in the laundry with borax and or vinegar.

      Good Luck.

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      Lizzy 

      4 months ago

      Deer tick larvae

      Look it up.

      That’s what mine were and it took me 4 years to find out. Deer ticks come in all shapes and sizes, just ask any ostrich ranch owner, they know this issue intimately. They even come extremely small for their already nigh miceoscopic size.

      They don’t let go in the wash only high bleach soaks kills them/ soak for days.

      Ammonia does not work at all.

      Did Talstar inside my house. Then baking soda wipe down to clean up the pesticides. Spray ceilings / ticks instinctually climb upwards to attach to hosts from tops of tall grasses.

      Used dog anti-tick solution on myself several days in a row

      Bathed twice a day

      Listerine really does work

      Used neem oil with great initial success

      Literally threw out old clothes and bedding everyday for weeks.

      Cheap clothes: ross clearance men’s section (I didn’t want to go to thrift stores like good will in case someone had donated tick clothing)

      Cheap new bedding: Walmart sheets($9), intex twin bed (8$) pillows(3$) and for a blanket use cotton tapping ($13) for a twin size you can cut in half and use one half at a time.

      I have severe auto immune conditions- he’s absolutely right about parasites targeting weak hosts. Celiac and throat cancer.

      Kept only necessary items in my house and the rest went into storage. Bagged paper items with diotomaceous earth and epsom salt. Shake vigorously each day for weeks.

      Foggers don’t work for deer ticks. Don’t always trust advertising.

      And get Lyme disease tested.

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      pete 

      4 months ago

      to counting crows. Go to a gym and sit in a sauna, if the biting, crawling feeling goes away then its not a parasite or bug. Its a particle. probably insulation dust.

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      pete 

      4 months ago

      to counting crows. Get a microscope to see if what your dealing with is really bugs and not something else. With a microscope you will be able to see what it is...

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      Counting Crows 

      4 months ago

      I have been dealing with these ninja bugs for over a year! They seem to be a mite with a lot of characteristics of carpet beatles and clothes moths, along with mites.

      I think I got them from staying in a motel for a couple of months in central California, the vent in the kitchen directly faced the dumpster. I can knock them down in the house but have yet to find anything to get them out of my clothes! I have went through all phases of their life cycle, I put diatomaceous earth in the house and bed and slowly but surely the numbers are coming down, along with vacuuming and obsessive cleaning! Tea tree oil works great for hair and skin, has anyone else had the reddish ones burrow in their skin? And when I shower with really hot water these white or cream colored larvae come out, I use coconut oil applied while still wet, it keeps them off pretty well, coconut oil is a natural killer of parasites! Sometimes I think I am going crazy, I don't know how much more of this I can take! I don't even want to go to the store or leave my apartment for fear of someone seeing them either in my hair or on my clothes! I just don't know how to get them out of everything! I have tried it all! They seem to adapt quickly to whatever is being used and come right back 10 fold. I have thrown away all my clothing, blankets, sheets, towels etc..twice they just keep coming! Nobody believes me, the exterminator inspected said not bed bugs and told the apt. Manager he didn't see anything, told her it was all in my head! I need to be rid of these, the ones in my clothing are the worst, they are eating holes in them while I'm wearing them! They don't like slippery materials and dark colors seem to attract them. I am so glad to have found others having this problem! We can't all be crazy about the same thing and all over the world!

      Thanks so much for just being here!

      If anyone knows of a way to rid my clothes of them please email me!

      looksaround831@gmail.com

      I was starting to think someone put a curse on me! I'm going to try a banishing spell and see if that helps!

      Thanks for listening!!!!

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      Pete 

      4 months ago

      ITS INSULATION DUST!!!. I was having this problem for 2 years. I've spent over $5k and through out all my stuff in my house and was going to sell the house and figured it out last week that the insulation was coming through the air ducts in the basement into the house and getting through everything. insulation dust is not visable to the naked eye and feels just like bugs are crawling on you with itching skin and it also sticks to your clothes,, so you bring it in your car from it sticking to your shoes and clothes and into your work area and everywhere you go, so no matter what you do you cant get rid of it unless you find the source of the insulation coming into your living space....

      ....I removed all the insulation this past weekend form my basement and its a miracle no more crawling biting itching feeling skin, not more red eyes, no more breathing problems, no more anxiety and feeling so tired all the time. Warning. If you do find loose insulation make sure you mist it with water before removing it or the particles will go everywhere...

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      Pete 

      4 months ago

      It could be insulation dust. insulation feels just like bugs crawling on you, check out this link:insulation can breakdown and go through the house through air ducts. the only way to get it out is find the source, remove and replace it with something safe and use a hefpa vacuum to clean up the house.

      https://fiberglassawareness.com/fiberglass/howtote...

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      Dee Catan 

      4 months ago

      Bleach has helped me the most, add it to my laundry and to my bath. I can't stand these mites. Black flecks coming out of my skin when I rub coconut and tea tree oil in them, crystal dropping (probably eggs) being flung from my body and hair. They don't want to leave my hair no matter what I use and quickly re-infest me/ my environment is full of them (have to toss couch and mattress). I'm tired, miserable and very overwhelmed and hopeless. (took 400mg albendazole for nothing, family and doctors suggest I'm mentally ill and don't bother to scrape my skin and have it analyzed under a microscope. Feels like biological terrorism). On my hair I have used Denorex, listerine, betadine, rubbing alcohol, hydrogen peroxide, two lice tx, boiled lemon water/ citric acid, Sulphur and I cut my hair short but have strong desire to go bald.

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      Herman Floyd III 

      4 months ago

      4 nights ago I ran into a childhood friend at a gas station while grabbing some Yuengling. I went to jis house to meet his wife and kids and.to beat his ass in Mortal Kombat. (Yes, im a gamer). I noticed them scratching here and there but I didnt pay it any mind. The next day I started getting bitten out of nowhere. Like these lil mf's plotted a syncronized gang attack. Cuz it felt like thousand were biting me Simultaneously. My face got really bumpy and Irritated, My throat was scratchy ans I felt like something was crawling on me. Did some research and boom, here I am. I used nothing but ACV and palmolive dish soap on my face, hair and body. I showered 3 times yesterday using that combo and i feel soooooooooo much better. I barlely feel anything crawling on my skin, my face is smooth again and gargled with 50% rubbing aclohol mixed with Water. Its only been 3 days now and the number has DRASICTALLY DROPPED of how many i could see/feel crawling around my hair, moustache, beard and in my clothes. My method might not work as effective for all (I'm African American with waves and a beard), but its working efficiently for me with no problem !!

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      Jess Abney 

      5 months ago

      The species of bug attacking me and especially my roommate is small like a mite but translucent in color with super strength and abilities that I can describe as majical and demonic, I was attacked by one that seemed to simply materialize in thin air about 4 inches from my friends arm and come flying about a foot and a half across towards me. It was clearly a very real creature and it was in full attack mode flying at me like an angry shard of translucent yellow glass. At that moment I decided I had to kill it for the sake of my buddy so I swung my hand with a lit cig in it and the damn thing arced away and disipered through a tiny wormhole back into it's hell deminsion. My sincere request is that you guys pray for my friend or let me know if there is any majical banishment spell or whatever that can help. We are going to buy brand new clothes and stay at a hotel for awhile because my friend is under an extreme attack off and on but right this minute is ok and able to finish up some computer work before we leave. Thanks and God bless. I will check for reply

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      Cathleen Jay 

      5 months ago

      I fist noticed a crawling sensation when we brought home a couple of second hand sofas..they were from an interior designer... However she had stored them in a dark store room under her house..

      This was quite a few years ago.. The crawling sensation kept getting worse... Driving me crazy... My son (in his 30s) at first thought I was imagining it.. However whenever we had visitors I always noticed them brushing there legs.off. I never wanted to say anything being too embarrassed... Then my son began noticing the same thing but not as bad..

      We set about finding what it could be... I then started to get large raised bites on me... I went to the chemist and bought some scabies cream.. I slathered it on...but they kept on coming...

      We tipped the sofas over... Searched for bedbugs... No sign at all... I started to really stress out... So I went to the doctor...I showed him bites on my arm...he organised a scrape test... The guy who took it asked where else I had them... I showed him my torso and he was really shocked...when the results came back they said it wasn't scabies.. And nothing they recognised... He suggested a dermatologist...

      My son fixed an old fine filter vacuum... One that was recommended for dust mite and we vacuumed.. And vacuumed.. It did help a little... Meanwhile I got a steam cleaner out... Cleaned the carpets.. sofa...but it seemed to make things worse... In fact I think during this time I cleaned it a few times...

      We live in Brisbane Aust...we had a summer of flooding and monsoonal like weather.. And it was hot and I was going out of my mind... I sat on the floor ..usually on a towel.. as I couldn't sit on the sofas so

      I got rid of them. And bought leather... SO much better... Of course like everyone here has done I did all the other things... Washed and left things to dry in the sun... Even putting my underwear in the freezer... Not a lot of help... My son never got bitten... I never got the cough or the lung problem... When someone mentioned there personnel area was affected... My problem was my chest (External).. I tried putting Vaseline in that area.. It helped a little... Thought my clothes might be infested... Bought new bras... But still the itching.. That was when I tried the freezer advice..

      Then one day I read an article and everything I had experienced she had...

      She had an air conditioner that was moldy I think...but she came to think it was caused by hot moist conditions.. Cleaning carpets with water only makes things worse...

      She seemed to think in America it was the hot moist climates that were mainly affected (maybe it was a certain type of mite?)

      That no amount of pesticides..cleaning agents etc helped... However reading the experiences here they mention Windex and Listerene...I think both of them might have a drying Affect?

      So upstairs in my place where it is hot and dry they didn't seem to breed... She advised putting clothes in a plastic bag and making it airtight and leaving it... This seemed to work a little

      We live in a townhouse.. The bedrooms are upstairs... One thing I was really so happy about was that although my bedroom gets really hot

      I never experienced the mites in my bed... But I took precautions... Covered my mattress... Made sure I washed my clothes everyday.. Any clothes that fell on the floor were instantly washed.. She seemed to think that mulching gardens can harbour the mites.. Seeing it makes things moist and humid and they're sometimes brought in when you have your gardens mulched...

      So I stopped the steam cleaning... The bites abated in the winter months...I was vigilant with my clothes and bedclothes... One thing I found really helped was Eucalyptus Spray... Don't know if you have that in America.. The chest itching had subsided... I have been SO THANKFUL that the nightmare had just about stopped... Probably not grateful enough... Now a few yrs later... I have gotten a bit Blaise...I got free Mulch ...a whole 9mtrs he delivered.. I had to get rid of and put it on very thickly... I sat down on my lounge and got the tingling stinging creeping up my legs.and its getting worse..I think I'm going to have to get rid of my boots... I was standing in it 2days..my feather cushions... I'll have to get rid of.. And if it continues get rid of the carpet.. Summer is coming... So thank you for your posts... My heart goes out to you... Keep battling

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      Blondiesboneyard 

      5 months ago

      I've been taking a bath nightly with 1/4 cup bleach a cap full permethrin and 10 drops tea tree oil, after I'm done I have my German sheperd jump in and have her soak also. It seems to help alot and we both sleep better. I do use a cortazone crean that I add a little Ivermectin cream to it and put that all over my skin. And also use Ivermectin horse paste for my weight, I think it's all starting to work.

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      SamyuktaF 

      5 months ago

      I came home to this nightmare after being away...I already lived through bedbugs/roach/rodents/termites in a rental 4yrs ago but this..this is torturous! I noticed nobody has mentioned NEEM I am coating myself with it and finding it effective....unfortunately I cannot coat the rental house I live in! But I am on it now....looking into getting neem leaves to mix with DE/borax

      ALSO a tip for vacuuming - use one that has a removable cannister and put it in the freezer overnight before you empty it. Empty it frozen and immediately toss it outside in the garbage.

      defintely feeling nightmarish...and exhausted with all this cleaning

      SEnding everyone positive vibes to get fully clear of these buggers!

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      Gman74 

      5 months ago

      Thanks for all of the great input. Has anyone noticed White crystal type substance on their sheets? I think this is connected to the organism which is giving me allergy problems.

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      Amanda 

      5 months ago

      I put regular vinegar in a spray bottle and sprayed it on my carpet. It helps.

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      Harlem 

      5 months ago

      @maria nothing helped my carpet except constant vacuuming and spraying Goodnight Bug Spray by Sprayaway but I removed it eventually.

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      Marie 

      5 months ago

      Does baking soda on your carpet make it worse . My dogs are itching themselves to death..

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      Harlem52 

      5 months ago

      This is a great forum and I appreciate everyone’s authenticity. My bug problem started about a year ago and like many of you I have suffered physically, mentally and financially. I left my home for awhile and then unfortunately realized too late that I was a host so I brought the issues with me. I am in the process now of treating me internally and externally as well as my home. I started by getting the carpeting removed from every room. But the wood underneath is infected too so sprayed with demon max insecticide and water mixed in sprayer had positive results will retreat in a week and do the outside of your place if possible. Now I am replacing the wood but was advised by an exterminator to try to kill these bugs before eradicating the floors. You can also mix a few drops of Demon Max into a bucket with Mr Clean Summer Citrus, Borax and can add bleach to clean your home use gloves. For Laundry I use Arm&Hammer detergent mixed with permethrin sfr and add borax to water and do an extra rinse but realize some things you will have to discard to avoid reinfecting yourself. I lotion myself with coconut oil self infused with drops of oregano oil (Whole Foods) and add this oil to foot soaks and bath water with epsom salt (kind with clay) sold at Walmart. Lastly I recommend internal cleansing try drinking apple cider vinegar/ garlic and take Oregano Oil capsules. Highly recommend Zahler’s Paraguard drops in juice 1-2 x daily very helpful. I also

      Did a full body cleanse that included a colon and blood cleaner which was not pleasant at first because it was really getting this crap out of my body but be consistent you may have to do these things for months but don’t give up. Things are improving. I also agree with those who suggested praying, meditating and continue to educate yourselves and each other. Good luck

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      Newnew 

      5 months ago

      I had this mites aslong as I had my lease for almost a year I can say keep my house ice cold and washing up and using rubbing alcohol really helps witch hazel works to after a good shower in hot water they seem to be not biting me as hard as before but I can still feel them it's sad that these things are not going away and I don't know what to do without spending all this money I rub really hard where I feel them at other then that there still there I believe u need to keep up the endless cleaning still u at a point where there numbers are down don't stop cleaning tho I still only feel better when I'm out my house it feels like something is touching me kind of hard then go away sometime a lil itch but not as bad as before with no sleep only thing I think helps is showering freezing ur clothes and taking the horse paste from Amazon that's it I don't what else to do I feel like the only thing that would work is throwing away everything and starting over I feel them in my hair to so I am a woman I don't believe in cutting all my hair but I did but it real short to wash it better

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      Louisa 

      5 months ago

      I think some of us attract them because we have Candida in our body. Use Candida Cleanse pills. Diet - no sugar, more green veggies (even if it's just lettuce). If you can't afford all the fancy stuff - eat several chopped cloves of garlic (also builds your immune system), take 1-2 T of ACV diluted in water, and then spray with either off-brand Windex (with tea tree oil in it if you can afford it) or 91% rubbing alcohol or Ammonia. For baths: put a little Dawn and a little Borax in the water. Laundry: I use Tide with OxyClean, Borax, ammonia and 2 T cheap salt. Dry clothes on extra hot if you can or hang out in the sun. You can buy cheap sulfur soap at Walmart in the Hispanic beauty products area. (You can order Dettol soap from Amazon which works better.) They like to hide in hair, hairy areas and ears. I sprayed my ears. After every bath, I also used to rub my body down with cheap coconut oil from a big outlet store. I went from feeling the worse - like some of you - to it's not noticeable to me at all nor to people around me. Exercise to help build up your immune system. Stay calm and meditate to help bring up your immune system also. Diet, garlic, ACV - key.

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      Amanda 

      6 months ago

      kaylabrown573

      Please keep us updated.

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      Mandy 

      6 months ago

      Andy let me tell you from my personal experience that all heat did for me was piss them off!! They HATE heat! I started off turning heat up really high to try to kill them and then laid in tanning bed and afterwards they crawled so much I almost checked myself in a mental institution!! I couldn’t take it anymore!! It was everywhere!!! My hair to my toes! The worst part for me is that I nor anyone can see what we are dealing with which makes it more torture! I’ve never in my life been so exhausted and disturbed and confused and thinking thoughts I shouldn’t! I think heat will make it worse. Others may beg to differ. Just my experience. I bought sulfur soap on amazon and it helps a little but it doesnt completely go away. :(

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      Andy 

      6 months ago

      I've been eaten alive by these invisible bugs for a year and counting. Have used everything I could think of, and nothing seems to work for me. Still not able to see them. Two months ago I started using ozone in my car and office. One month ago I also started taking msm pills, and using UVC light in my room. For about a week, I experienced less crawling and itching. I thought these bugs were dying even though I still got bites. Over the weekend I began to feel the crawling and itching again on top of bites. This morning I woke up with the worse bites ever.

      I've tried everything except heat treatment. I want to try heat treatment, but don't know how to go about it, as I'm concerned about safety. I'm at my wits end.

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      Kaylabrown573 

      6 months ago

      Everybody i have been dealing with this issue for 13 years. It begun when i was 15 years old in high school. I went into the woods like I normally do (because i'm very adventurous) & something out of no where crawled up my urethra. I went to the doctor & got the same results as everyone else here, no solution. It soon spread from my urethra to every orifice i had. I've never been able to see it. Always have been able to feel it. I've tried being very clean with everything & all the oils. I've tried sulfur & tea tree & everything. Trust me. I think, hope, pray & have faith that i have finally found the cure. These insects love blood & your pores. The solution that reacts to blood & your hair follicles & goes deep in your pores is Hydrogen Peroxide. Not the 3 percent from Walmart but the Certified 12% food grade hydrogen peroxide as a topical solution does. I also have Tinea Versicolor & thats what i got this for originally. Its a fungus that grow on your skin. This stuff immediately attacked the Tinea like nothing else. The way that this went deep into my pores for the Tinea i thought it might help with this infestation as well. So I added this to my body wash. 2 full fills of the plastic mouth wash shot glass style cup into my body wash. Quite a bit.

      While taking my water less shower. No water until I rinse. I took a wet wash rag that's lathered in Dial antibacterial bar soap & added the created body wash to it. I covered my whole body in this solution(Head to Toes). Adding more body wash as i needed as i went. This solution will make you itch a lot at first & it will dissipate as you continue. Because its Hydrogen Peroxide it dyed all my body hairs blonde. My head hair is a little more resistant & its slowly turning lighter (Slowly). For my week & a half of using this solution ive never felt more free in the last 13 years. The crawling & bites have died down dramatically & i finally went into public without feeling terrified. This is the only thing that has worked for me ever. Im not completely cured but for the first time i have faith in something because i have results. Please be careful with this & i have faith that eveyone will be cured ASAP. Please continue to wash everything before you wear it. I also bomb my car & fog my house with Cedarcide & for a quick fix for my furniture & bed I saturate it down with 91% alcohol. Everything counts. I love all of you & i feel all of your pain & i mean that very much. Stay positive & Stay Strong.

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      Bee 

      6 months ago

      Wipe down window sills and baseboards with skin so soft bath oil from Avon or try baby oil they can not move once they are in it.

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      Jared 

      6 months ago

      I’ve been playing with everything the only thing that will put them on the run is outside plant spray mix whole bottle in 1 gallon pump up sprayer works very effectively

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      Kmargo1234 

      6 months ago

      Mary Jackson,

      Not only do I have a serious lung problem it now includes my heart. PAH. Well when given a heart cath it was reported to be resistant to the med they inject while in there. So you know it's pah I have since been given a probable life expectancy of less than one year. I have been heavily heart and lung medicated due to a NO AIR could get to my lungs. I all of a sudden felt better and could breathe better and heart rate was much lower. At this time is when we began getting the bites. So I believe they move from my lung and heart area to my stomach. THE REASON I SAY this is MY dog for the last two years has had these 'episodes" of what was thought to be gastritis by two vets. He suffered and cried for hours. The vet did x Ray and said she was running a heart worm test bc she thought she saw a fog around his heart!! It came back NEGATIVE so again stomach issues was the answer. I now know in my heart it was these mites that have him so miserable. He acts as if his butt or back legs won't stand up and or he turns in circles looking at the spot he was just laying as if something were there. I also feel now that this just may be my problem as well. I can not get a vet or a doctor to take me seriously about any of this. I am not crazy but more so I believe animals are Intuitve and I know they don't have a " xrazy' diagnosis ever!! I was asked by my vet I've seen over 12 years now to just take him to dermatology vet and they would forward records!!! It's not a skin issue just bc that didn't see fleas or ticks that was their solution for my dogs?? All three have skin issues?NOT!! and I didn't mention that one day when I was rubbing his belly I saw a V shape small "something" move across his belly under the skin ?! I haven't even told my spouse my vet or my doctor's of all this in fear of really sounding crazy.

      God Bless everyone in this forum !! We all could use a miracle about now !!! My 8months and 2700 dollars doesn't seem much compared to others here. l i too am ready to give up the fight just too sick and way too tired for all that's involved and can't stand to see my dogs suffer. This is by far the worst I've ever been thru and I lost my leg 6 years ago and a year after that was hit by drunk driver and In comma 2 weeks. So I know struggle and this is by far the worst.

      Let's help each other stay strong.

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      El Zoro 

      6 months ago

      I think I've identified the problem of all the bites and itching in these almost 5 years of suffering.

      I had a water leak beneath the house on one bathroom, 9 month ago, that was making mold in all the house, so I put fans in vents to pull air outside from under the house.

      For months I've been noticing a sewer smell outside the vents and recently also a lot of itching even far away from the vents and all the outside is contaminated.

      I went under the house for the first time on my life to see what was going on there and I think the fans were pulling air from sewer because the siphon under that bathroom should have dried of no use for more than 2 years. I also confirmed signs of the swamp it had been. I suppose that he house and I are all contaminated with some kind of sewer bacteria / fungus, but I do not trust doctors anymore because they never identified anything causing my nighmare. I hope that the problem goes away by itself.

      Hope this help anyone. Find water / sewer leaks!

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      Lena 

      6 months ago

      I don't know if this happens to you too but lately it has been really hot where I live, and I think that they don't appreciate this heat at all. I've been feeling them stinging my whole body and every morning, when I wake up, I'm covered with many little pimples, especially on my hands and between my fingers. This is not a dream but even though they bite so hard and leave marks on me, I can't see them and it's driving me crazy.

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      briteyes50 

      6 months ago

      apparentlydelusional, if u r on FB there is a lrg grp called Skin Mites Support - they willask u 3 ? b4 U can be added. What are yr symptoms. There are soooooo many protocalls!

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      apparentlydelusional 

      6 months ago

      I have ever in my life been through something like this.. Iam scared lost and feel like I’m all alone . I don’t know how I came across you guys but feel like maybe I’m not crazy and alone. I have been to the emergency room several times ... I’m embarrassed to say that I was told I need to seek mental health and get a psychiatrist.. I haven’t slept In days can’t eat and my anxiety through the roof

      .my family thinks I need to be committed,seriously!!! This is not funny and no one believes me not even my landlord.. I have cut off my hair and may lose my job. My pets are suffering more than me .... I can’t afford to keep going on I’ve spend thousands of dollars now on sprays cleaners and vet bills. I know I’m not crazy I ,but how can I convince others. I do t know what else to do . I don’t go anywhere I’m embarrassed of how I look and feel I stay up all night sitting outside or on the floor with my blow dryer blowing off “Invisible delusional mites” which I’ve created in my head.. please guys if your out there I need help and support. Iam single and don’t have the support of anyone right now . Please I’m begging for your help if at possible ?

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      Christie Rose07 

      6 months ago

      I’ve been experiencing these bugs/nats/mites and they are completely annoying.

      It all started when my Dog Bandit had clear drainage coming from the end of his ear. I thought it was a spider bite? We carried on and a few days later I was going to bed and I could not, for the life of me, could not get comfortable because it felt like things were crawling on me. The next day, I still felt the sensations...

      My boyfriend thinks I’m crazy because they’re not jumping on him one bit or biting! I am so tired of the crawling feeling! I work for a call center and I don’t know if I got these from them of if I may have BUT my coworker started feeling them crawling up her leg. It makes us feel like quitting because we’re not happy and I have been doing everything I was advised (wash bedding 24/7). We did wash them, they keep multiplying.

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      Mandi 

      6 months ago

      Yvonne I too have found adult flies and wondered about screwworms(not to alarm anyone by saying that) but this crap is real whatever it is so might as well be honest and say what we are thinking. I have had 3 recent instances where I was in front of bathroom mirror...applying my face cream once, washing hands another time and all of a sudden out of nwhere a fly will fly right at the mirror! Very small lil thing! Where he came from Idk :( I was able to capture the last one and put him in a saline sample bottle and the dang thing grew! Yes grew! He resembles a deer fly or something. Very odd! I wish I knew how to upload pictures on here. Sometimes I think these are mites and other times I think beetle larva and sometimes fly larva and sometimes cotton nematodes! My head is spinning! The more I try to figure it out the higher my blood pressure goes! But I feel like identification has to be the first step in order to figure out what works to eradicate it! Prayers for us all!

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      itgetsbetter 

      6 months ago

      Still nearly nothing since the deep freeze in January or Orkin. I just tried tea tree lotion on my ankles when going in the grass and that really kept the noseeums/gnats off. I did also put it on my arms and under my shirt, around my neck face ears. They tend to fly up when I walk through the grass and they get under my clothes and also in the car if it is damp so driving with the windows down, fast on the highway gets them off me and out of the car.

      They can't fly in strong wind so fans and blow dryers help a ton.

      dust mites require lots of vacuuming so robot vac and changing the filter on the furnace / a/c return vent like every month or more if needed.

      If tea tree and listerine don't work, test for external or internal. Pick a time when they are not bothering you and put noseeum mesh on as soon as they start bugging you. If they always bother you, try putting the mesh on only with brand new clothing or no clothing. My evidence it was external entirely is that I can sleep with the mesh and not be bothered.

      Also test with tape lint roller (for clothing and floors). If you notice a big improvement, it is likely external. I kept rolling and rolling that tape lint roller and it seemed like it was forever covered with little dots but eventually I got on top of it. I rolled the dog too. Now I just use the eufy 11s vac a lot.

      also try

      shaving body hair

      combing hair with nit comb

      exfoliating dead skin, especially on feet,

      vitamins, especially vitamin c,

      bagging all clothes in sealed plastic and buy 3 new outfits, don't ever mix or wash with the old clothes, for at least a year.

      i bought a new futon sofa/bed and left it in the factory plastic and then encased it in bed bug plastic encasement and covered it with a tarp. I use only thin fleece blankets and wash frequently

      shake boxes of baking soda to coat carpeting... if you notice a big improvement, it is probably carpet beetles or clothes moths or fleas

      tape lint roll the pet beds, floors (with the roller on a long handle) MAKES A HUGE DIFFERENCE

      bag all cotton and use polyester,

      slippery clothing.

      Shake clothing blankets, hair out

      scratch them when you feel them crawling.

      Seal house door and windows (close windows or use noseeum mesh screens).

      eat garlic and jalepenos - not as much sweet stuff

      it doesn't last forever, it probably isn't some hokey thing that costs a lot to fix,

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      Sthomas10 

      6 months ago

      This is my first expierence with anything like this. I have not slept in months. I'm losing my mind. Ive tried listerine tea tree oil lavender and peppermint oil windex...Im at my witts end. My husband denied that he was feeling anything at all at first because he knows I hate bugs. But now he's feeling it more often and he's concerned. The fact that no one believes you is frustrating. Im not crazy. Iknw whats happening to me. I plan to see the doctor this week. Im just glad i found this group because i cant tell anyone else...i dont know where it came from. I started working at an apartment complex about 9 months ago and this started about 2 months ago. I was also living there. Ive since moved but still feel the biting even more now. Ill post again later after God reveals to me what to do. Just need to vent...since Ive been up most of the night

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      Yvonne 

      6 months ago

      We have thoroughly cleaned the first floor, but the bugs are still flitting about. We have dark wood floors and an air regenerator attached to the furnace and a/c. So that could be how we keep getting more. I usually notice what looks like minute wood shavings. We had an extensive work done in the basement a year ago and had the vents cleaned out. The small bits I mop up each day looks like sawdust. But the extensive clean has stirred up more bugs. I am using T Tree oil in the difusers. Two days ago I noticed some small white balls on the floor as well. I think they are a smaller form of this bug. My family think I am crazy, but I have also noticed something smaller and similar on my body around open sores. Yesterday I came across an open bite I had covered with the invisible bandage. Painted it over and noticed the outline of a small round ball. It got under that bandage. I picked it out, when I looked again 20 mins later, there were three more under there. Later I found a few more burrowed under my skin, around another open bite. I believe these bugs are screwworm, I have seen a small fly near the bigger ones, and actually captured one. I found the culprit and now I am even more concerned with the sharp pains shooting down my nerve endings. My husband is suffering from severe shooting pains in his scalp. I believed they are connected with these bugs.. Screwworms can be very deadly, and they fit all the tips. Please pray for us. Thanks for listening. Now I have to call the doctor.

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      SeekingCure 

      6 months ago

      It is alarming to me how many people are on this forum yet we are still no closer to an answer of what these microscopic pests are or how to get rid of them. I have been suffering from these sort of dust mites from hell for over three years on and off. I too see the floating fibers and tiny white specks that seem to fly off in a certain direction. This all started for me when I allowed a stray cat to stay in my apartment on a cold night. (If only I could go back to that day I tell myself all the time.) After that came the rash (I assumed I got Cheyletelliosis) which went away but then came the tiny biting sensations like microscopic fleas.

      Since then I have tried everything under the sun to rid myself of these things... the bite mite protocol (keeping everything in plastic bags), all types of pesticides, Borax, Windex, ammonia, 100% alcohol, Listerine, tea tree oil, permethrin, multiple rounds of ivermectin, peppermint oil, cedar oil, lavender, leaving car in extreme heat for days, taking antipsychotic medication, Nuvan strips in bags. Long story short nothing seems to work permanently. These things have nearly destroyed my marriage and my sanity. But I continue to fight on. They have seemed to disappear for months only to return. Has anyone else experienced these episodes of what seem to be dormancy? This entire time I have been trying to capture one under the microscope. I have seen several things but nothing can be confirmed by entomologists. I am determined to find a cure.

      Please continue to share your stories and advice here. I believe if we work together we can find answers.

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      Yvonne 

      6 months ago

      These bugs react to diffusers going during the day, and hand sprays with T tree,

      peppermint, Lavender oils. & Windex. Keep using them, but not while sleeping. Also dryer at high for 45 mins.Best things are Vaccuum and steamer for dry heat.use dryer to heat dry clothes as well. If they are clean, not necessary to wash. Put about 3 drops Tea treee oil in washer, and a few drops on steamer pad or floor wash water. It will eventually clear them off. For a peaceful sleep try spraying the bed about half hour before, put pillow and pjs in dryer. High 45mins and shower with a good long handle brush. You may have to do it twice to get them off. I use an oatmeal scrub. That moves them off. When drying clothes check for black specks ( farces) the less there is, your gaining on them. You might try cotton balls with a drop of essential oils on each side of your pillow Do not use T tree oil as it is very stringent. Try Lavender or peppermint. Hope you sleep well.

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      Maria 

      6 months ago

      I have been miserable every summer for the last 3 years , with these tiny insects that bite , have invaded my life, home and car . I feel shivers after they bite me every 3 days . Have tried , windex, liquid Vick’s and t -tree oil , seems to quiet them for 3 days and they com3 back. I wish there was a miracle killer to stop them.

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      itgetsbetter 

      6 months ago

      I neglected changing the RETURN VENT FILTER for a while (for the furnace and cooling system) and there were a few, mainly off white sand like tiny bugs on me periodically, especially when it got really hot in the house. These really do seem like dust mites floating through the air (due to unfiltered air). They are common in humid climates. When the filter is dirty, the system starts sucking in the dust off the dusty filter or perhaps it is sucking in air from the dusty attic via cracks in the system (since it can't get any air via the return vent).

      A Lowes guy told me that this is all about the furnace filter... change it more often than the filters say to. It did improve since I changed it. The return vent filter is filtering air from the house that is sucked into the heating and cooling system and then and then recirculated throughout the house.

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      Kere 

      7 months ago

      I am suffering right now but cedar oil seems to be working I had my first good night sleep after no sleep for 2 days I rubbed Cedarwood all over my mattress cover also I use a IGR REGULATOR in anything i spray it stops the eggs so you have to add it at least once a week... I have cried really cried but that did nothing I need to vac everyday polish all wood with Cedar and mix it with dishwashing soap and continue to spray I do use the Kleen free and Borax

      But I know I have a lot of them I feel my wash is clean I did buy a

      Professional sprayer I think I will put listerine + IGR In it and spray

      GOOD LUCK EVERYBODY

      I PLAN TO READ ALONG WITH YOU AND WIN THIS FIGHT

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      Deborah 

      7 months ago

      I used a crawling insect surface spray on the inside of the draws, I put a sheet on my bed and sprayed fly spray on the sheet to make a barrier for the biting insects. Then I emptied my clothing from my draws onto the sheet on my bed. I then sprayed inside the draws with enough spray to wet the draw. I gave it an hour to to air before coming back and putting the clothes back in the draw. To make the job easier I only emptied 2 draws at a time. This meant that the draws I haven't done the clothes also got some fumigation. I know it took me all day to get the job done. The reward was 24 hours later I wasn't being bitten. As the surface spray I used protects for up to 6 months I will read do the process in five months time and will continue to keep protection in my cupboards.

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      Newnew 

      7 months ago

      I can say that my mite issue has gone down alot since the last time I was on here now I can be in my house with feeling everything biting me crawling on me or digging in my skin I got mites from being in a abandoned house for a few years and now I regret it anyways nothing seem to help at first but going outside and drinking I cut my hair short and dye it that helped alot when I feel them in my hair I use a shower cap and I'm guessing they can't breathe and it stop vac helped alot i don't have to shower as much or clean as much the horse paste worked alot like Yas after one use I felt normal for a day at this point I say nothing works just wait it out keep everything cleaned and vac oh yeah the foot spray the itch kind works alot to they don't seem to like it nothing seems to kill them I feel like at this point they in my hair for sure and in my ears like ugghhh I hate this feeling I never thought it was mites this whole time anyways once I move I'm leaving all my clothes behind or atleast let them soak in hot water for 8 hrs in borax then dry them for a few hrs that may work but nothing seems to kill them just cop with them foot spray the itch kind

      Witch hazel for the ears and hair and whole body

      Vitamins

      Goldbond eczema lotion helps

      Clean clean clean everyday ur home

      Wash ur clothes Evey weekend

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      MiteFighter 

      7 months ago

      I wanted to wait a couple of weeks to post an update regarding the uvc light as well as the uvc light with ozone results.

      I have stopped running the dehumidifiers because of the summer heat. I was anxious that this would result in a multiplying of the mites. I’m happy to report that the uvc lights have made a huge difference. I don’t run the light with ozone near my home desk because of the pilot light but I run the normal uvc light for 30 minutes prior to sitting at my desk. I’m happy to report that there have been days when I have sat at my desk all day and haven’t gotten any bites. For the bedroom I’ve run the uvc light with ozone a few times and have separated the mattress from the box spring and stripped the bedding to ensue that the ozone can reach most of the bed. This also has made a huge difference as I was mainly getting bitten overnight. I’ve also run the uvc light with ozone a few times in my bathroom because I’ve read that the mites like moisture.

      A side note, the lights have made such a difference that I’ve stopped obsessively vacuuming and mopping. I’m still regularly cleaning, but a lot less obsessively now.

      I purchased a portable uvc light for my car. I’m still getting a bite or two about every other day or so but at least the quantity of bites is way down. I think that the bites might be from my car since I haven’t ran the portable uvc light there yet.

      The uvc light bulbs are inexpensive (and the bulbs will fit in standard light sockets). If you try these lights, make sure to research uvc and ozone and take all of the safety precautions seriously. I purchased a lamp base with a timer so that the light automatically shuts off after the designated amount of time.

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      itgetsbetter 

      7 months ago

      noseeums/gnats were gone with the deep freeze in January and though there are a lot of them this spring/summer it is no where near the number we had last year due to non-stop rain and resulting soggy wet grass, standing water, and mud.

      Spray soapy water on the grass and mud which kills the larva in your yard. sprinkly dirt and maybe gravel to absorb water in soggy spots.

      Use wind, high powered fans, blow dryers to blow them off, out of the house

      turn off lights before dark

      keep house cool and dry and sealed - shut windows

      they will come in the house when you open the door

      listerine for bug spray - to keep them off and get them off

      Shake out clothing and hair after being in grass

      tuck pants into socks, and shirt into pants

      use noseeum mesh over head

      spray shoes and bottom of pants with listerine and a few drops of oil as a bug spray

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      Laws 

      7 months ago

      Yes, Chaz, you are correct! Anyone wondering should just start researching Chem Trails. The truth is out there. And yes, I had/got rid of/have again these horrible things. The Lord showed me how the eradicate these in my body, 4 yrs ago. Not sure if it works for anyone else. I, however, notice one factor that seems to precipitate their outbreak-Chem Trails. Every time they are hitting my area hard with these, the mites seem to attack horrendously. There is real hard evidence to the truth of these demonic mites. They are, I believe from research, lab created entities. Check it out yourself. One major factor in surviving these things is to ALKALIZE your body! To the ANON student- DO NOT EVER GIVE UP YOUR LIFE! I too the 1st time I had these things was on the verge of taking my life. I read where others actually did! I was given an answer for my body after pleading with the Lord. One thing I have found also this go round is to cut caffeine. Use stevia. ALKALIZE your body. They like Candida. White sugar and flour is your enemy. I will say what I used the first time if someone asks, only bc I don’t believe only one thing is a cure-all for every person.

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      Chaz 

      7 months ago

      This is a fairly new phenomenon, and it usually happens more at night, even though im feeling them right now in my nose, face and throat. You will notice they come right through the window screen. What they are is biological agents being sprayed on the public through aerosol chemtrails, and its being paid for by your tax dollars

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      Maxy jackson 

      7 months ago

      Im wondering if any one besides my self experience pulmonary problems.? I have pulmonary hypertension and also have many of the same horrible things as many of you all .IE: bites ,stinging rash etc etc..it is often so intense you just want to get out of your own skin.and doctors seem to think your crazy. Thank you for sharing.it does help knowing you are not alone

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      itgetsbetter 

      7 months ago

      Yes Lena, that is why I spray my hands with listerine and a few drops of oil mix and run my hands through my hair. They hate listerine and stay out of my hair. If they are getting you in the house you are either bringing them in with you, the dog/cat is bringing them in, they come through the door or screens or gaps to get to the light. I wipe the dog off after the park too, since I noticed them all over her.

      I sprayed white vinegar into the air inside over a white bed encasement and noticed a bunch of black gnats dead on the bed. They were coming in around the window ac unit and gaps in the door and then usually are clustering around the lights, so my ceiling fans with lights. Keeping the house dark should help a lot too since they go for the light.

      The grass is full of them and I can see them all over the place. They end up on me every day at the parks and when walking near grass that isn't treated. When i feel them crawling I roll the windows down in the car and drive on the highway... gone. I just noticed my dogs gets tons of gnats on her when in the grass, they will cluster in sweaty spots on her and I'm sure she brings them right in the house and then they attack me when she scratches and shakes them off. They are really small and black so I can't see them on her but when they fly in the sun and the light they look white. If I use lotion where they are crawling I eventually feel and see a tiny bug since they get smothered in lotion. they do look like gnats but so small it is hard to tell.

      I put ACV (apple cider vinegar) and water with a few drops of dish soap in water bottles or empty jugs to trap them, just leave the lids off. I have caught hundreds of them in my yard. it was really bad. I put the traps anywhere they fly up from the ground which is usually by tall grass, wet areas, muddy areas, or some trees and plants. If you have them in the house, put the acv traps by the lights in the house and you should notice a big improvement.

      Its way better now, after using the traps, orkin, and blowing them off us and out of the car on the way home from the park. If I feel them at home I shake every thing out and spray Listerine where itchy, and or scratch and shake them off.

      To kill the larva in the grass or mud, spray soapy water... just dish soap and water. I wait until the sun is shining on the yard and then I can see them flying in the sun so I know where most of them are and then spray the soapy water.

      I also sprinkle dirt and gravel to soggy spots in the yard to absorb moisture.

      Good luck... these are easy cheap fast fixes.

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      Lena 

      7 months ago

      itgetsbetter, I don't know if it really is these insects but I agree that whenever I shake my clothes, sheets and so on on from the window it gets much better. Even when I shake my hair outside I don't feel them that much anymore on my head. If I shake my hair or clothes inside the house, I see tons of little white specks flying around the same way gnats would fly, not randomly but with a trajectory, sometimes it even feels like they all decide to fly towards one direction precisely

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      itgetsbetter 

      7 months ago

      noseeums or drain flies... either way lots of wind blows them away from you and out of your house and car.

      Roll down the windows in the car on the highway

      use a blow dryer to blow them off yourself and out of your hair

      get industrial powerful fan at Costco or something for the house.

      They come in for the light via screens, gaps, and when you open the door

      and get on you and under your clothes when you are in the grass... fly up your pant legs and shirt etc. - tuck in

      they go in your car for the moisture... wind and listerine spray gets rid of them

      noseeum mesh over head while sleeping ($2 at camping store)

      listerine mist gets them off clothes face hair (will sting eyes)

      Shake clothing out helps a ton too

      If these things don't keep them off you, call orkin . They will gel bait to atract them and kill them. Drain flies and

      noseeums/gnats love light and the fluids in your eyes as well as your sweaty self.

      STAY cool and dry -self and home

      It is not some hokey crap that costs a ton of money. BS!

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      Amanda 

      7 months ago

      I've had this horrible stuff for 9 years now. I want the CDC to start looking for a cure.

      I know prayer works and it's going to take prayer to get the CDC to do something. Come on people it's are last hope!!

      If you don't believe in God, still pray...what have you got to lose!!

      Say a prayer to God every day that the CDC would start looking into this and not stop until they find a cure.

      Let's join together and pray about this. Please.

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      Judy 

      7 months ago

      Glad to hear I'm not alone. Doctor said I was delusional. I knew my pets weren't! I have been fighting this for over 2 years. I have sprayed Lysol in my hair to kill them. They go snap, crackle, pop! If you do this, wash your hair right away. I use tea tree oil, and lotion. The oil alone works better. I will try your lotion. How did you treat your pets? I brush mine out through out the day. No much else helps them. Waiting for your reply. Thank you.

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      ashok hazra. 

      7 months ago

      Thank you so much L M,

      Yes tried mostly all. But really you have so much patience to write detail.

      I use insect killer electric bat on my dress and bed and i find there are spark and then some relif of bite. I go to work out side in some office or in a factory it bites me but i cant help me there When i come back from work I just touch the bat on my cloths and it kill those insects. After few minutes of continuous doing same i get relif for some hours.

      You all can try it, but please do not touch any child

      It works even on bed on every place.

      Thanx again LM.

      ASHOK

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