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如何治疗头虱

没有什么比你孩子的手指划破头发的故事更让人心痛的了。头虱是如此普遍,尤其是学龄儿童,你可能会接受不可避免的。只要确保你的头虱治疗方法是彻底和有效的。

Mumsnet总部|最后更新日期:2021年5月27日

Nothing sinks the heart like that tell-tale scratching of your child's fingers through their hair. Head lice are so common, especially with school age children, that you might as well accept the inevitable. Just make sure your approach to head lice treatment is thorough and effective.<\/p>","value":"

Nothing sinks the heart like that tell-tale scratching of your child's fingers through their hair. Head lice are so common, especially with school age children, that you might as well accept the inevitable. Just make sure your approach to head lice treatment is thorough and effective.<\/p>"},{"meta_id":106151,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"body","meta_value":"a:11:{i:0;s:7:\"content\";i:1;s:3:\"mpu\";i:2;s:7:\"content\";i:3;s:6:\"button\";i:4;s:7:\"content\";i:5;s:5:\"image\";i:6;s:6:\"button\";i:7;s:7:\"content\";i:8;s:3:\"mpu\";i:9;s:5:\"image\";i:10;s:6:\"button\";}","value":["content","mpu","content","button","content","image","button","content","mpu","image","button"]},{"meta_id":106152,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"body_0_content","meta_value":"

What are head lice?<\/h2>

Head lice are tiny, wingless insects that live exclusively on the human scalp feeding on blood. Adult lice lay eggs, known as nits, that once hatched take 6-10 days to become fully grown. Once mature, they can transfer through head to head contact.<\/p>

Reassuringly, head lice can't fly, jump or swim. They're spread by head to head contact which is why children are so susceptible.<\/p>","value":"

What are head lice?<\/h2>

Head lice are tiny, wingless insects that live exclusively on the human scalp feeding on blood. Adult lice lay eggs, known as nits, that once hatched take 6-10 days to become fully grown. Once mature, they can transfer through head to head contact.<\/p>

Reassuringly, head lice can't fly, jump or swim. They're spread by head to head contact which is why children are so susceptible.<\/p>"},{"meta_id":184572,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"_edit_last","meta_value":"24","value":"24"},{"meta_id":184573,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"_expiration-date-status","meta_value":"saved","value":"saved"},{"meta_id":184574,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"_edit_lock","meta_value":"1622128377:24","value":"1622128377:24"},{"meta_id":184731,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"_metadata_meta_title","meta_value":"field_5ff8482f6b791","value":"field_5ff8482f6b791"},{"meta_id":184732,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"_metadata_meta_description","meta_value":"field_5ff848406b792","value":"field_5ff848406b792"},{"meta_id":184733,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"metadata_do_not_allow_indexing","meta_value":"0","value":"0"},{"meta_id":184734,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"_metadata_do_not_allow_indexing","meta_value":"field_60255d5f751c0","value":"field_60255d5f751c0"},{"meta_id":184735,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"metadata","meta_value":"","value":""},{"meta_id":184736,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"_metadata","meta_value":"field_5fd3830066848","value":"field_5fd3830066848"},{"meta_id":184737,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"show_sponsored_content_disclaimer","meta_value":"1","value":"1"},{"meta_id":184738,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"_show_sponsored_content_disclaimer","meta_value":"field_6070087df5508","value":"field_6070087df5508"},{"meta_id":184739,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"_standfirst","meta_value":"field_5fd38e9e96b76","value":"field_5fd38e9e96b76"},{"meta_id":184740,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"content_author","meta_value":"8069","value":"8069"},{"meta_id":184741,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"_content_author","meta_value":"field_5fd379f22a693","value":"field_5fd379f22a693"},{"meta_id":184742,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"hero_image","meta_value":"9193","value":"9193"},{"meta_id":184743,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"_hero_image","meta_value":"field_6006f13821768","value":"field_6006f13821768"},{"meta_id":184744,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"_body_0_content","meta_value":"field_5ff5e32e00b35","value":"field_5ff5e32e00b35"},{"meta_id":184745,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"_body","meta_value":"field_5ff5e30b00b34","value":"field_5ff5e30b00b34"},{"meta_id":184746,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"default_hub","meta_value":"8056","value":"8056"},{"meta_id":184747,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"_default_hub","meta_value":"field_5fd379f22a5f0","value":"field_5fd379f22a5f0"},{"meta_id":184748,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"hub_data_hub_image","meta_value":"","value":""},{"meta_id":184749,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"_hub_data_hub_image","meta_value":"field_5ff46fa656d18","value":"field_5ff46fa656d18"},{"meta_id":184750,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"hub_data_hub_title","meta_value":"","value":""},{"meta_id":184751,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"_hub_data_hub_title","meta_value":"field_5ff847a9e8dce","value":"field_5ff847a9e8dce"},{"meta_id":184752,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"hub_data_hub_teaser_text","meta_value":"","value":""},{"meta_id":184753,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"_hub_data_hub_teaser_text","meta_value":"field_5ff8686325fd2","value":"field_5ff8686325fd2"},{"meta_id":184754,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"hub_data","meta_value":"","value":""},{"meta_id":184755,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"_hub_data","meta_value":"field_5fd37e2cba3bd","value":"field_5fd37e2cba3bd"},{"meta_id":184756,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"manual_related_links","meta_value":"","value":""},{"meta_id":184757,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"_manual_related_links","meta_value":"field_5fd37f6aba3c0","value":"field_5fd37f6aba3c0"},{"meta_id":184758,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"sponsor","meta_value":"","value":""},{"meta_id":184759,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"_sponsor","meta_value":"field_5fd3805f79998","value":"field_5fd3805f79998"},{"meta_id":186910,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"body_1_id","meta_value":"1","value":"1"},{"meta_id":186911,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"_body_1_id","meta_value":"field_605356a45ac1b","value":"field_605356a45ac1b"},{"meta_id":186912,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"body_2_content","meta_value":"

How to spot head lice<\/h2>

Although the most common symptom is itching, the only true way of knowing if lice are present is by conducting regular checks with a head lice detection comb and following the three-step process: Check, Treat and Complete.<\/p>

It's not particularly easy to see head lice so 'detection combing' is the best way to find them. It works better on wet hair but can be used on dry hair too.<\/p>

Check<\/h4>

Check your children\u2019s hair once a week, with a fine-toothed head lice comb (with tooth spacing of less than 0.3mm to trap the smallest lice). If live lice are found, then speak to a pharmacist to get treatment advice and also be sure to check the rest of the family.<\/p>

Treat<\/h4>

Use a treatment, like Hedrin\u2019s All-in-One Shampoo<\/a>, which gets to work in just five minutes to kill head lice and eggs whilst leaving the hair clean and fresh. Dead eggs can be removed easily by using the comb provided. Or you could try Hedrin Once Spray Gel<\/a> which works in 15 minutes with just one application. Both products have a physical mode of action so that lice can\u2019t build up a resistance. Follow treatment instructions carefully, making sure you complete each step as instructed.<\/p>

Complete<\/h4>

Due to the lifecycle of a louse, it\u2019s important to check and repeat the treatment for a second time seven days later to kill any lice that may have hatched from eggs during that time. Check that all head lice have gone a week after the final treatment application to complete the process and use Hedrin Protect & Go Spray<\/a> leave in conditioner spray which has a nice mango and orange scent to help protect against future head lice infestations.<\/p>","value":"

How to spot head lice<\/h2>

Although the most common symptom is itching, the only true way of knowing if lice are present is by conducting regular checks with a head lice detection comb and following the three-step process: Check, Treat and Complete.<\/p>

It's not particularly easy to see head lice so 'detection combing' is the best way to find them. It works better on wet hair but can be used on dry hair too.<\/p>

Check<\/h4>

Check your children\u2019s hair once a week, with a fine-toothed head lice comb (with tooth spacing of less than 0.3mm to trap the smallest lice). If live lice are found, then speak to a pharmacist to get treatment advice and also be sure to check the rest of the family.<\/p>

Treat<\/h4>

Use a treatment, like Hedrin\u2019s All-in-One Shampoo<\/a>, which gets to work in just five minutes to kill head lice and eggs whilst leaving the hair clean and fresh. Dead eggs can be removed easily by using the comb provided. Or you could try Hedrin Once Spray Gel<\/a> which works in 15 minutes with just one application. Both products have a physical mode of action so that lice can\u2019t build up a resistance. Follow treatment instructions carefully, making sure you complete each step as instructed.<\/p>

Complete<\/h4>

Due to the lifecycle of a louse, it\u2019s important to check and repeat the treatment for a second time seven days later to kill any lice that may have hatched from eggs during that time. Check that all head lice have gone a week after the final treatment application to complete the process and use Hedrin Protect & Go Spray<\/a> leave in conditioner spray which has a nice mango and orange scent to help protect against future head lice infestations.<\/p>"},{"meta_id":186913,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"_body_2_content","meta_value":"field_5ff5e32e00b35","value":"field_5ff5e32e00b35"},{"meta_id":186914,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"body_3_label","meta_value":"Read next: Best laundry detergents 2020 \u00bb","value":"Read next: Best laundry detergents 2020 \u00bb"},{"meta_id":186915,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"_body_3_label","meta_value":"field_5ff71419318af","value":"field_5ff71419318af"},{"meta_id":186916,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"body_3_url_type","meta_value":"internal","value":"internal"},{"meta_id":186917,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"_body_3_url_type","meta_value":"field_602111f6cb5a9","value":"field_602111f6cb5a9"},{"meta_id":186918,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"body_3_url_internal_url","meta_value":"7995","value":"7995"},{"meta_id":186919,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"_body_3_url_internal_url","meta_value":"field_5ff8640994fab","value":"field_5ff8640994fab"},{"meta_id":186920,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"body_3_url_click_id","meta_value":"content-button","value":"content-button"},{"meta_id":186921,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"_body_3_url_click_id","meta_value":"field_6021122fcb5aa","value":"field_6021122fcb5aa"},{"meta_id":186922,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"body_3_url","meta_value":"","value":""},{"meta_id":186923,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"_body_3_url","meta_value":"field_5ff7142f318b0","value":"field_5ff7142f318b0"},{"meta_id":186924,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"body_4_content","meta_value":"

How to treat head lice<\/h2>

The NHS advises<\/a> that you should treat lice as soon as you spot them. If one person in your household has lice, check everyone for lice straight away. Then start treatment on anyone with an infestation on the same day.<\/p>

You can buy a variety of treatments from supermarkets, pharmacies and online. The two main types of treatments are: lotions and sprays, and wet combing. If head lice persists after treatment, you could try a different method or speak to a pharmacist or GP.<\/p>","value":"

How to treat head lice<\/h2>

The NHS advises<\/a> that you should treat lice as soon as you spot them. If one person in your household has lice, check everyone for lice straight away. Then start treatment on anyone with an infestation on the same day.<\/p>

You can buy a variety of treatments from supermarkets, pharmacies and online. The two main types of treatments are: lotions and sprays, and wet combing. If head lice persists after treatment, you could try a different method or speak to a pharmacist or GP.<\/p>"},{"meta_id":186925,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"_body_4_content","meta_value":"field_5ff5e32e00b35","value":"field_5ff5e32e00b35"},{"meta_id":186926,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"body_5_title","meta_value":"How to treat head lice with the wet combing method","value":"How to treat head lice with the wet combing method"},{"meta_id":186927,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"_body_5_title","meta_value":"field_602a92c901c21","value":"field_602a92c901c21"},{"meta_id":186928,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"body_5_image_image","meta_value":"9226","value":"9226"},{"meta_id":186929,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"_body_5_image_image","meta_value":"field_5ff70e497941a","value":"field_5ff70e497941a"},{"meta_id":186930,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"body_5_image_text","meta_value":"

Wet combing is one of the most effective head lice treatments if you\u2019re not using a specialised shampoo and conditioner. It can be used with or without medicated lotions, but needs to be done regularly and can take a long time to do thoroughly.<\/p>

1. Wash the hair with ordinary shampoo. Use plenty of conditioner, (it won't drown the lice but makes them easier to remove).<\/p>

2. Use a wide-toothed comb to detangle the hair.<\/p>

3. Once the comb moves freely, switch to the detection comb. Start at the front of the scalp and comb the hair from the roots to the very end.<\/p>

4. After each stroke, examine the teeth of the comb for lice. Remove lice by wiping or rinsing the comb.<\/p>

5. Work methodically through the hair, section by section, so that the whole head of hair is combed through.<\/p>

6. Rinse out the conditioner and repeat the combing procedure in the wet hair.<\/p>

7. Repeat the procedure on days five, nine and 13, so that you clear young lice as they hatch, before they have time to reach maturity.<\/p>

Mumsnet user tips:<\/h4>

\u201cMake the combing as pleasant as possible for your child. Make it a treat \u2013 sit her in front of the telly with a nice snack (OK, I admit it, DS was shamelessly bribed with sweets and choccies) while you comb.\u201d<\/em><\/p>

\u201cMy daughters have wavy, waist-length hair and they are usually completely clear after the second or third comb through.\u201d<\/em><\/p>","value":"

Wet combing is one of the most effective head lice treatments if you\u2019re not using a specialised shampoo and conditioner. It can be used with or without medicated lotions, but needs to be done regularly and can take a long time to do thoroughly.<\/p>

1. Wash the hair with ordinary shampoo. Use plenty of conditioner, (it won't drown the lice but makes them easier to remove).<\/p>

2. Use a wide-toothed comb to detangle the hair.<\/p>

3. Once the comb moves freely, switch to the detection comb. Start at the front of the scalp and comb the hair from the roots to the very end.<\/p>

4. After each stroke, examine the teeth of the comb for lice. Remove lice by wiping or rinsing the comb.<\/p>

5. Work methodically through the hair, section by section, so that the whole head of hair is combed through.<\/p>

6. Rinse out the conditioner and repeat the combing procedure in the wet hair.<\/p>

7. Repeat the procedure on days five, nine and 13, so that you clear young lice as they hatch, before they have time to reach maturity.<\/p>

Mumsnet user tips:<\/h4>

\u201cMake the combing as pleasant as possible for your child. Make it a treat \u2013 sit her in front of the telly with a nice snack (OK, I admit it, DS was shamelessly bribed with sweets and choccies) while you comb.\u201d<\/em><\/p>

\u201cMy daughters have wavy, waist-length hair and they are usually completely clear after the second or third comb through.\u201d<\/em><\/p>"},{"meta_id":186931,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"_body_5_image_text","meta_value":"field_60103b17570e9","value":"field_60103b17570e9"},{"meta_id":186932,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"body_5_image_width","meta_value":"full","value":"full"},{"meta_id":186933,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"_body_5_image_width","meta_value":"field_5ff70e497941b","value":"field_5ff70e497941b"},{"meta_id":186934,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"body_5_image","meta_value":"","value":""},{"meta_id":186935,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"_body_5_image","meta_value":"field_5ff70e4979419","value":"field_5ff70e4979419"},{"meta_id":186936,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"body_6_label","meta_value":"Read next: Best water bottles for kids according to Mumsnet users \u00bb","value":"Read next: Best water bottles for kids according to Mumsnet users \u00bb"},{"meta_id":186937,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"_body_6_label","meta_value":"field_5ff71419318af","value":"field_5ff71419318af"},{"meta_id":186938,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"body_6_url_type","meta_value":"internal","value":"internal"},{"meta_id":186939,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"_body_6_url_type","meta_value":"field_602111f6cb5a9","value":"field_602111f6cb5a9"},{"meta_id":186940,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"body_6_url_internal_url","meta_value":"7878","value":"7878"},{"meta_id":186941,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"_body_6_url_internal_url","meta_value":"field_5ff8640994fab","value":"field_5ff8640994fab"},{"meta_id":186942,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"body_6_url_click_id","meta_value":"content-button","value":"content-button"},{"meta_id":186943,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"_body_6_url_click_id","meta_value":"field_6021122fcb5aa","value":"field_6021122fcb5aa"},{"meta_id":186944,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"body_6_url","meta_value":"","value":""},{"meta_id":186945,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"_body_6_url","meta_value":"field_5ff7142f318b0","value":"field_5ff7142f318b0"},{"meta_id":186946,"post_id":7100,"meta_key":"body_7_content","meta_value":"

How to treat lice with a lotions or spray<\/h2>

There are a number of different products that can be used to treat head lice including.<\/p>

治疗头虱

头虱是什么?

头虱是一种微小的无翅昆虫,只生活在人的头皮上,以血液为食。成虫产卵,称为虱子,一旦孵化需要6-10天才能完全发育。一旦成熟,它们可以通过头对头接触进行转移。

令人欣慰的是,头虱不会飞,不会跳,也不会游泳。它们通过头到头的接触传播,这就是为什么儿童如此容易感染。

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如何祛除头虱

虽然最常见的症状是瘙痒,但了解是否存在虱子的唯一真正方法是使用头虱检测梳进行定期检查,并遵循三个步骤:检查、治疗和完成。

头虱不是很容易看到,所以“检测梳理”是找到头虱的最好方法。它对湿发效果更好,但也可以用于干发。

检查

每周检查一次孩子的头发,用细齿头虱梳(齿距小于0.3毫米以捕捉最小的虱子)。如果发现了活虱子,请与药剂师联系以获得治疗建议,并确保检查家庭其他成员。

治疗

使用治疗,比如Hedrin一体化的洗发水它只需5分钟就能杀死头虱和头虱卵,同时让头发干净清新。用提供的梳子可以很容易地清除死蛋。或者你可以试试哈密顿一次喷雾凝胶只需15分钟,只需一个应用程序。这两种产品都有物理作用模式,所以虱子不会产生抵抗力。仔细遵循治疗说明,确保按照说明完成每一步。

完整的

由于虱子的生命周期,重要的是检查并在七天后重复第二次治疗,以杀死在此期间从卵中孵化出来的虱子。检查所有头虱是否在最终治疗应用一周后消失,以完成该过程并使用Hedrin Protect & Go喷雾留在护发素喷雾中,它有一种很好的芒果和橘子的香味,有助于防止未来头虱的侵扰。

如何治疗头虱

NHS建议你一发现虱子就应该马上治疗。如果你家里有一个人有虱子,立即检查每个人是否有虱子。然后在同一天开始治疗任何感染者。

你可以在超市、药店和网上购买各种各样的治疗方法。两种主要的治疗方法是:乳液和喷雾,以及湿式梳头。如果治疗后头虱持续存在,你可以尝试另一种方法,或向药剂师或全科医生咨询。

如何用湿梳法治疗头虱

给孩子梳头的女人

如果你没有使用专门的洗发水和护发素,湿梳头是治疗头虱最有效的方法之一。它可以与药物洗剂一起使用,也可以不使用,但需要定期使用,可能需要很长时间才能彻底使用。

1.用普通洗发水洗头。使用大量的护发素,(它不会淹没虱子,但更容易去除)。

2.用宽齿梳子把头发梳成斜角。

3.一旦梳子自由移动,切换到检测梳子。从头皮的前面开始,从发根梳到最后。

4.每次中风后,检查梳子的牙齿是否有虱子。通过擦拭或冲洗梳子去除虱子。

5.有条不紊地一节一节地梳理头发,这样整个头发都会被梳理干净。

6.洗掉护发素,在湿头发上重复梳头的步骤。

7.在第五天、第九天和第13天重复这个步骤,这样你就可以在幼虱孵化时,在它们成熟之前清除它们。

Mumsnet用户提示:

“尽量让你的孩子高兴地梳头。把这当成一种款待——让她坐在电视机前,一边给她梳头,一边给她一份美味的零食(好吧,我承认,DS被糖果和巧克力厚脸皮贿赂了)。”

“我的女儿们有一头齐腰的卷发,通常在第二次或第三次梳头后,头发就完全变干净了。”

如何用洗剂或喷雾剂治疗虱子

有很多不同的产品可以用来治疗头虱,包括。

  • 二甲基酮4%乳液或乳液喷雾-涂抹并静置8小时(通常隔夜)
  • 4%二甲醚喷雾凝胶,如Hedrin Once spray gel,可快速杀死头虱和卵,使用后放置15分钟
  • 矿物油和二聚酮喷雾-涂抹并静置15分钟
  • 肉豆蔻酸异丙酯和环聚二甲基硅氧烷溶液-涂抹并静置5 - 10分钟

当使用这种治疗方法时,一定要阅读所有的说明。有些需要分开做两次,以确保新孵化的虱子被杀死。

在完成治疗两三天后,用梳子检查头皮上是否没有更多虱子,七天后再次检查,以确保虱子全部消失。使用专家留下的护发素,如Hederin Protect and Go,可以帮助脱发,使湿发更容易梳理。

如果你正在怀孕或哺乳,或者接受治疗的孩子不满两岁,一些头虱乳液和喷雾剂不能使用。如果你不确定哪种治疗方法是安全的,一定要咨询药剂师

Mumsnet用户提示:

“你一定要记得每次梳完梳子后都要擦干净,这样你就不会把虫子从头的一边移到另一边了!”

“如果你在自然光下或用手电筒看,你可能会看到更多。即使这样,它们也很难被发现,除非它们真的到处爬行。最好的办法是用一些白色厨房毛巾湿梳理——如果它们在那里,虱子或蛋很快就会出现。”

“和他们做朋友,你们会经常见面。当我掐死小虱子的时候,我都有点难过了。”

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常见问题

傻瓜在头发

你能预防头虱吗?

头虱的感染很难预防,但并非不可能。定期的检测梳理——例如,每周进行一次——是快速发现新虱子的最好方法。你也可以使用类似的产品Hedrin 's Protect & Go喷雾,防止将来头虱的侵扰。

把头发扎起来也很有用。马尾辫有助于防止虱子抓住松散的毛发。

头虱能在枕头上存活吗?

甲壳虫(像枕头这样的无生命物体)在多大程度上促进头虱传播尚不清楚。

一些研究表明头虱可以在衣服、帽子、室内装饰和床上用品之间移动。这可能在一定程度上解释了为什么家庭成员往往会被感染。其他研究人员认为,有证据表明,虫类对头虱的传播没有“流行病学上的重要”贡献。

如果您担心甲酸盐的传播,那么在热水中清洗与头部紧密或长期接触的物品,例如帽子、枕套、刷子和梳子,并在热干燥器中干燥15分钟,就足以去除这些物品上的任何虱子。

虱子最终会自己死掉吗?

偶尔头虱会自己消失,因为没有足够的昆虫来维持感染,但通常只要你允许,它们就会留在你身边。最好的办法是一发现就立即治疗。经过治疗,你应该在两周内把它们去掉。

吹风机能杀死虱子吗?

简而言之。NHS不建议延长使用吹风机治疗虱子。一些研究声称,如果使用适当的技术,热空气可以杀死虱子卵。但为了有效,你需要每天重复这个过程,持续大约四周。即使这样,也不太可能对孵化的蛋起作用。如果你正在寻找一种不含化学成分的方法,湿法是最好的选择。

洗头发能除掉头虱吗?

不。用普通洗发水反复洗头并不能驱除虱子,干净的头发也不能防止你染上虱子。虱子并不介意你的头发是否干净,它们以头皮上的一小滴人血为食——头发只是它们附着的地方。

头虱最好的自然疗法是什么?

湿梳头是最有效的去除头虱的自然方法。英国国家医疗服务体系建议不要使用茶树油、桉树油和薰衣草油等普通草药疗法,因为它们不太可能起作用。电梳子和头虱驱虫剂也不建议使用。

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