Where do Lice come from?
Look, it is difficult to find out the beginning point of having lice, as they could be infested from any close source, whether it is a sibling, a playmate, a classmate or a relative! Lice don’t jump or fly from one human head to another but; they can crawl from one head to another. They can even spread from the cloths, comb, pillow or any related objects to the infected person! Once a female louse discovers how to reach a child’s head, they will never leave that place easily. Female lice then lay eggs and start the cycle of their life on that new head, and once they start to populate the hair, it is really hard to get rid of them so easily. Because these female lice come with a slimy gluey substance, which locks nits into the hair shaft and nymphs or lice into to the scalp!
How long does it Take for Lice to Hatch?
Once the female lice laid eggs into your hair shaft, they take 8 to 9 days to be hatched. That means they need one to two weeks to give forth from eggs. Before hatching, they form as a nit, which is a whitish-yellowish fleck, comes in 1-milimter length. Prior to hatching, several nits attached themselves firmly to every individual hair strands that are close to the scalp. Mentionable here that, nits may take a bit longer period to be hatched if they have been laid in a child’s head and they are infested in a heavy or congested way!
How long does it Take for Lice to Die?
Generally, lice could live three or four weeks on a human head. This living period could be extended a bit if a mature louse could get a food source readily! According to examine, an adult louse could live as long as a whole month, if it couldn’t be killed chemically or methodically. These bugs can continue to multiply and can produce six eggs a day, after getting a mate. So, if you don’t interrupt the existence of lice or growth of a louse, it could stay for approximately 30 days on a human head.