Bed bugs are tiny, parasitic insects that belong to the Cimicidae family. They can easily squeeze into the smallest of spaces due to their flattened bodies. Folds or seams of mattresses, bed frames, box springs, and cracks or crevices in the walls are some of the most common hiding places of these blood-sucking insects. Bed bugs are active at night. They crawl out of their hiding places at night for getting a blood meal. They are attracted to the body's warmth and the carbon dioxide that is exhaled by us at night.
Signs of an Infestation
Bed bugs are tiny which is why spotting them can be a difficult task. However, there are certain signs that hint towards a bed bug infest