CO2 Mosquito Traps by Mosquito Magnet®

Are you tired of having to put up with swarms of mosquitoes that invade your yard and ruin your outdoor fun? Mosquitoes aren't just annoying — these relentless pests may also carry diseases that can jeopardize your health. Control mosquitoes with the help of Mosquito Magnet® traps, the long term solution that is scientifically proven to effectively reduce mosquitoes and biting insects from your yard!

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Mosquito Traps: The Safe, Effective Method of Mosquito Control

Thousands of species of mosquitoes exist, but did you know that only about 174 species live within the United States? Even with this small percentage, it’s important to protect yourself and your family from these buzzing little nuisances that can carry a host of diseases. Mosquito-borne diseases are not only a threat to humans, but also to pets and livestock. Effective mosquito control helps keep your family and your animals safe.

Understanding how mosquito-borne diseases can affect your family and pets helps you see why mosquito control on your property is so important. Let’s take a look at some common nuisances caused by mosquitoes and investigate the diseases they carry.

 

Mosquitoes Ruin Outdoor Activities

Whether these pests are buzzing around people’s ears or landing on them to suck blood, they’re annoying. Even a few uninvited mosquitoes can ruin an outdoor activity.

You can take precautions, like wearing bug spray or long sleeves, but these methods can also ruin your outdoor fun. Who wants to smell like bug spray, or wear long sleeves during warm, muggy summer evenings? The nuisance factor alone is reason enough to get rid of mosquitoes, but the health risks make mosquito control a necessity.

 

Mosquito Diseases Affect Humans

All it takes is one bite from an infected mosquito to transmit a virus. While most people can fully recover from mosquito-borne illnesses, the very young, the elderly, and those with poor immune function may develop complications, making the virus potentially deadly.

 

West Nile Virus

West Nile Virus causes mild flu-like symptoms such as the following:

  • Fever
  • Headache
  • Muscle aches
  • Nausea

In those with compromised immune systems, symptoms are more severe and can lead to meningitis or encephalitis. Some possible types of encephalitis caused by mosquitoes include St. Louis encephalitis and LaCrosse Encephalitis. Both can cause flu-like symptoms similar to West Nile Virus, but severe symptoms can include the following:

  • Seizures
  • Coma
  • Paralysis
  • Ongoing neurological problems

Squelae is a possible complication from encephalitis due to mosquito-borne viruses. People with squelae experien