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In autumn, mosquitoes can lock onto your carbon dioxide emissions within 150 feet, they can see you within 50 feet, and they can detect your body heat within 3 feet. Though the temperatures in autumn go down, your chances of getting bit by mosquitoes actually can go up!
Most people think of mosquito season as the summer time of year when it is hot and humid. That’s not quite right. For climates that experience a cold winter, mosquito season starts in the spring when warm weather brings out the bugs, peaks in the summer, tapers off a little bit in the fall, and continues until the first freeze. In warm weather climates that do not have a freeze such as the southern continental United States and Hawaii, mosquito season is all year long!
All through out the summer we take care to avoid mosquitoes. Wherever you find a Fourth of July picnic, you will also find plenty of mosquito repellent on hand. But autumn is even more problematic and dangerous when it comes to mosquitoes. For one, since it is cooler many folks forget all about skin protection. They don’t apply sunscreen and they don’t apply mosquito repellent. As a result, they get mosquito bites and skin damage. Also, as daylight gets shorter and shorter as autumn progresses, outdoor enthusiasts such as golfers, fisherman, and hikers are more likely to find themselves enjoying their sport during twilight hours and as the sun goes down. This is prime time for hungry mosquitoes. Perhaps most dangerous of all, according to Iowa State University researcher Lyric Bartholomay, is the fact that mosquitoes that tolerate the dry and cooler fall weather are more likely to transmit disease like the West Nile Virus. So when you get a fall mosquito bite, you might be getting more than you bargained for.
Avoid autumn mosquito dangers with UV Compression Arm Sleeves. They will help you avoid mosquito bites in a number of ways. Since UV Compression Arm Sleeves cool and cover your skin, mosquitoes are less likely to sense your presence. During autumn, when you wear UV Compression Arm Sleeves your body heat will be less, your perspiration and emission of scent will be less, and the amount of bare skin exposed to the bugs will be less. This all means that you are less likely to attract and get bitten by those blood seeking bugs. If you aren’t wearing them already for sun protection, arm muscle performance and support, comfort and style, then autumn is the time you should try on a pair of UV Compression Arm Sleeves. Your arms will be happy that you did!