Bed bugs are nocturnal insects, but they are not true nocturnes. In fact, most people never see them during the day. Their feeding habits and movements are opportunistic and they rarely come out of hiding. Changing your sleeping habits or the time you go to bed will not discourage bed bugs.
If you think you have a bedbug infestation, you can use a variety of treatments. One method is to apply a sprayed insecticide. If you can’t afford an exterminator, you can try other non-chemical treatments. You can also try a dry powder made of sedimentary rock called diatomaceous earth. It is sold in the form of a white talc-like powder. It is safe to use around children and pets. The sharp particles inside it make small cuts in the shell of the bed bug. This then absorbs the moisture inside the shell and kills the insects.
If you suspect that you have bedbugs, you should remove any bedding and inspect it for signs of bugs. You should also remove the dust covers on box springs. Also, examine the seams and edges of wood framing. Also check under the mattress and on cushions and other items in the room. It is also recommended that you call an exterminator if you suspect you have a bedbug infestation. They will know exactly where to look for bugs, and can help you identify the sources of infestation.
Bed bugs are hard to see but can be found almost anywhere, even in cleanest areas. They feed on the blood of human and animal hosts. Female bed bugs can lay up to 500 eggs in their lifetime.