Spider bite while human is sleeping

 

The Brown Recluse Spider has nocturne habits; thus, during daylight these arachnids remain in their nests, made up of random threads of spider web. They leave their safe place at night in search for food (insects and sometimes other spiders). During this long night walks, the brown recluse spider can crawl down the walls and get into your bed or climb up the hanging bed sheets.

The Brown Recluse Spider does not bite without a good reason, and of course spiders cannot feed on humans; they do not feed on human blood as other insects do.

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Is there any chance for a spider to bite a human while sleeping?

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These spots mark the places where the BRS can be found inside your home. 

Facts show that it is improbable that a brown recluse spider bites a human while sleeping, even in the case when the individual rolls over in his bed. Best chances are you will kill the arachnid because of your weight before it has the opportunity to defend itself.

So when do accidents happen?

Accidents happen generally when a hidden Brown Recluse Spider is trapped inside the clothes at the time the victim is getting dressed, or when people put on shoes where spiders have nested. Back to the sleeping case, the bite will not wake you up, but the victim can certainly be awaken after a while, because of the pain and the inflammation of the affected area. If a person wakes up with several small bites, the BRS is certainly not responsable for them; these sort of injuries are caused by fleas, lice, bedbugs, mosquitos and also some species of flies. Also the mechanical rubbing, allergies and sitemic diseases can produce this type of injuries.        
Consult the links in the context menu to learn more about the Brown Recluse Spider bite and treatment.

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Accidents happen generally when a hidden Brown Recluse Spider is trapped inside the clothes at the time the victim is getting dressed, or when people put on shoes where spiders have nested. Back to the sleeping case, the bite will not wake you up, but the victim can certainly be awakened after a while, because of the pain and the inflammation of the bitten area. If a person wakes up with several small bites, the BRS is certainly not responsible for them. These sorts of injuries are caused by fleas, lice, bedbugs, mosquitoes and also some species of flies. Also, mechanical rubbing, allergies and systemic diseases may cause this type of injuries.
Click on the links in the context menu to learn more about the bite of the Brown Recluse Spider and the suitable treatment for this kind of spider.


Consult the links in the context menu to learn more about the Brown Recluse Spider bite and treatment.

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