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Everything you need to know about lice[edit]

Head louse are some of the most common problems that a majority of times affect the age group of 7 to 16 years old. So, it can be said that lice and nits will most probably affect your young ones, and the chances are that they become the host of these tiny creatures, which can eventually spread to the other family members at the same time. Lice, especially head lice, are found all over the world and are a popular challenge for every family who has kids. Even though the head lice, as well as nits, can be irritating and also cause serious itching, yet they still do not spread any serious health care issues, which can lead to major health problems in the future. What is a head louse? There are mainly two to three types of lice depending upon more than one factor. One such type is none other than head louse (lice in plural form). In short and simple words, the head lice are tiny bugs that can be compared with the size of a sesame seed. The size of these tiny creatures is somewhat around (2–3 mm long). Their body is usually grey, whitish-grey or sometimes even pale in color. Symptoms In general, there can be more than one symptom if a person is suffering from some other type of disease before contracting lice and nits. The first and most common symptom is itching. If your child comes home scratching their head not once or twice but continuously, then there is an extreme chance that they have contracted nits and lice with no doubts. Apart from all this, the person who actually carries head lice can feel tickling movement on their hair or sometimes even scalps. Secondly, you may see white or tan-colored tiny creatures on your shoulder or clothes. Well, it is nothing but head lice for sure. Prevention of head lice Head lice are not a problem of recent decades. And to your knowledge, it has a history of more than centuries. In the earlier days when head lice were new to the world, most people used to search for them with the help of their hands. But now, one can make use of products that are specially designed to cure head lice and nits. According to, you must consider chemical-free prevention methods to avoid other health care issues.