Open windows for fresh air expose you to many insects and the chance of being bitten or stung.
Stings and bites may be unpleasant and uncomfortable enough to make you want to pull your skin off.
When treating a bite or sting, it can be tricky to know the cause, especially if you didn't see it happen, but don't worry, as the process is similar.
Anyone can attest to the discomfort of a wasp sting. Wasp stings generate a strong pain followed by a swelling red mark.
“This may hurt and itch for several hours. A slight allergic response might produce discomfort, redness, and swelling for up to a week after the sting.
Apply an ice pack to the region for 30–60 minutes. Take the ice park on and off the affected area every 10 minutes.
Want to relax quickly? Wasp stings benefit from apple cider vinegar. Soak a cotton ball and lay it on the afflicted region.
"If you notice swelling, apply an ice pack or flannel soaked in cold water for at least ten minutes and elevate the affected area to reduce swelling."