Why Do Mosquitoes Bite Some People More?

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Why Do Mosquitoes Bite Some People More?
If you're one of those people who wakes up in summer with mosquito bites on many parts of their body, you must have asked yourself this question many times over.

Or, while your body's bite marks are itching sweetly, You must have wondered how some people standing right next to you didn't get attacked by mosquitoes.

Scientists say there are different reasons why mosquitoes prefer some people to bite. Our blood type, the smell of our skin, or the amount of CO2 we emit, are just a few of them.
Sivrisinekler kokulara karşı hassas olduklarından, bu durum, sivrisineklerin kimi insanları daha kolay bulmasını sağlar.

Our blood type, the smell of our skin or the amount of CO2 we emit
Some blood groups are more appetizing in terms of mosquitoes. For example, the 0 group bites people with blood more than the others.

In addition, while sweating, harmful substances such as lactic acid, uric acid, urea are expelled from our bodies.



Thus, the distinctive scent of our skin is revealed. Since mosquitoes are sensitive to odors, this makes it easier for mosquitoes to find some people.

Since mosquitoes are sensitive to odors, this makes it easier for mosquitoes to find some people.
In addition, the amount of CO2 we extract while exhaling is another factor that attracts mosquitoes. The more CO2 we extract, the more likely we are to be bitten by mosquitoes.
 
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