Numbing Cream for Bee Stings

People are often stung by bees and most of them recover pretty soon. A bee sting is different from other insect bites, and hence the body reacts differently to it. 

There are different kinds of bees namely sweat, honey and bumble bees. Most bees only sting when they feel threatened. A bee sometimes also stings when somebody accidentally bumps into their way. A bee bite can be very painful and can also result in an anxiety attack in some people. By applying Dr Numb numbing cream in the area of the sting, the patient will instantly feel relieved. Let’s read some more, about how a good quality numbing cream such as Dr Numb can come handy in case of bee stings.

1. Treatment in a Bee Sting

When a person is stung by a bee, the first thing to do is extract the stinger, clean the wound thoroughly and apply an antihistamine to control the swelling. The time the stinger remains inside the body, it should be assumed that the venom is being pumped into the body. While removing the stinger, care should be taken that all of it is removed.

2. Removing the Stinger

Removal of a stinger is a very simple step. It can be removed by using two fingers, a tweezer or even a corner of a credit card will do. Next, the wound should be carefully cleaned with a clean cloth and lukewarm water.

3. Use a numbing cream for bee stings

Some people are allergic to bee stings and others are not. When a bee stings a person, the target area becomes swollen in no time; it may start hurting very badly. Some people may also display the signs of an allergic reaction.  By applying a numbing cream, the patient can get rid of the pain in less than half an hour.

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