Where lice come from? It is estimated that head lice have been traveling with humans for at least 170,000 years. 170,000 years ago body lice evolved from head lice after humans lost all of their body hair and started to wear clothing. Furthermore it is thought that humans did not wear clothing for about 100,000 years until the second to last ice age.
Where lice come from? First of all Dogs and Cats do not get head lice. Because dogs and cats have have plenty of their own parasites. Furthermore head lice are specific to humans, in particular human heads. In addition head lice have adapted to the unique environment of the human hair and scalp. Most noteworthy, the whole life cycle of the human head louse takes place within 1/2 inch of the surface of the scalp. Feeding, breeding, egg laying and maturing throughout the 30 day life cycle. Why go anywhere else? Especially relevant head lice are quite picky about moving on to new hosts. The new host has to be perfect! Want to learn more? www.liceinfo.net
Where lice come from? Where did it come from? Lice stigma is a big problem in the United States, because people with head lice are considered dirty and impoverished. Nothing could be farther from the truth. Head Lice are thriving in 2016. Lice are resistant to chemical shampoos and difficult to see. Most people do not want to think about lice and like to pretend it will go away if they ignore it. Few parents understand the best head lice removal treatment. At NitWits we focus on education and teaching you about head lice prevention and treatment.
Where does lice come from? Head Lice have evolved with humans. Hence we have brought lice with us ever since we were prehistoric humans. Head Lice are successful parasites. They understand the mantra “adapt or die”, so they have been able to adapt as we try to get rid of them, so that we cannot get rid of them. Most noteworthy it is important to understand the natural history of head lice, the life-cycle and how they survive. Then you have the key to eradicating them successfully and safely without pesticides.