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You may have also noticed that some special people cut mosquitoes more. You might be surprised to know that even in research it has been confirmed that mosquitoes are more attracted towards certain things and special smell. Tell you that people with O-Plus blood group and divgnant women cut mosquitoes more. In this article, we are reporting some other reasons related to it.

1. Mosquitoes are more attracted to people who drink beer in excess quantities. According to research done in 2010, people who have high levels of alcohol in their blood have a special smell of their body and mosquitoes are attracted to the same odor.

2. Mosquitoes are more attracted to people whose body is more exposed to carbon dioxide. This is the reason why divgnant women spend more mosquitoes than children or adults. Those who have too large body size, emit carbon dioxide in excess quantities.





3. The odor of the body also attracts the mosquitoes. It does not mean that people who have more odor than their bodies cut mosquitoes more, but they are more sensitive to a particular type of fragrance than the body.

4. You will not believe that mosquitoes are more attracted to you because of the bacteria divsent in your skin. This is the reason that mosquitoes bite much more on the ankles and feet nails because there are more bacteria in there.





5. Lactic acid is more in the blood of people who work out too much. Tell you that mosquitoes are attracted to lactic acid very fast and that is why they bite more on the body of such people.

6. Mosquitoes are also very attracted to body temperature, and that is, those whose bodies are much warmer tend to bite more mosquitoes.






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