Most of the insects bites cause a slight redness, itching, inflammation, and pain, but if this insect is a spider, you should make sure that it is not poisonous. If you live in the southern and central states, the bites of brown recluse spider or the widow spider can lead to death. The symptoms of any other spider bite can take a few hours or days to disappear.
Most of the spiders found in homes are harmless, but they tend to be aggressive when they are trapped or threatened.
To treat the symptoms of the harmless spiders, you can use natural remedies to eliminate the toxins injected into your skin or to reduce the inflammation and redness of the external part of the skin. The baking soda paste or salt, for example, can reduce the redness and pain and absorb the venom within a few hours.
The harmful spiders such as brown recluse spiders and black widow inject a certain amount of toxins into the skin to damage the tissues and lead to overall damage to the limb or even death if not treated for several weeks.
You may hardly feel that an insect bite you and you may feel a severe pain; so, the symptoms will differ but the result can be catastrophic if it is left untreated. At least the wounded area will need a cosmetic surgery if it is untreated for a week and the results will be worse if the damaged tissues are deeper.
Whenever you feel that a black widow or brawn recluse spider bite you, you should seek the medical care immediately to make sure that your case is stabilized. In the first hours, you can use activated charcoal to remove the toxic substances, reduce the redness and inflammation, and draw the toxins out of your body and the infected area in particular. After a few hours of the bite, you can cover the wounded area with bentonite clay or colloidal silver paste to get rid of the bite effects.
To avoid the spider bites, you should check your bed every night, close the wardrobes and drawers, and check the inside of your shoes before wearing them. During the autumn, you should clean the hidden parts of your home daily use long-lasting insecticide around your windows and doors to keep all kinds of spiders away from your home.