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Bedroom Guardian: The Bed Bug’s Worst Nightmare

Bedroom Guardian is a revolutionary new product that is designed to deal safely and naturally with bed bugs, which represent one of the most common household infestations in the United States. These miniscule reddish brown parasites are the bane of thousands of would-be sleepers across the modern world, people who want nothing more than to wake up refreshed and alert in the morning—albeit, perhaps, with the assistance of a good cup of coffee. Bed bugs, which are small—but not microscopic—hinder the regenerative aspects of a good night’s sleep, and may prevent full, healthy sleep cycles in their entirely.

If you are regularly unable to get a good night’s rest, the effects upon your health will begin to show within a few days. With some of the more severe psychological effects, the victim of prolonged sleep deprivation may have difficulty acknowledging that there is a problem. This is a part of what elevates bed bugs above the level of a common nuisance, and into the realm of a potentially serious issue. Check out this video that showcases some of the more common side effects of sleep deprivation.

A good night’s sleep is supposed to allow for the body to restore itself from the rigors of the previous day, and for the brain to likewise recharge. The immediate dangers of going without adequate sleep have been known for thousands of years, although scientists are only just beginning to figure out why the effects are so rapid and severe. In fact, we are regularly learning new facts about sleep deprivation—and the news is far from encouraging. More and more often, medical researchers are drawing correlations between a recurring sleep deficit and a wide variety of debilitating diseases. Some of these conditions are worsened by sleep deprivation; others may actually develop in response to it.

Many of these conditions are extremely serious; these include heart disease, diabetes, and Alzheimer’s disease. Some, such as heart disease, are often directly fatal. Others, like Alzheimer’s and diabetes, frequently lead to fatal complications. These conditions are connected, not to a long-term sleep deficit, but to a recurring sleep deficit surrounded by periods of otherwise healthy rest. Scientists still aren’t entirely certain as to why we need sleep, or even how it works, but one thing is very clear: the more we investigate, the more we discover just how critical it is that you experience a good night’s sleep during every 24-hour period.

Bedroom Guardian is a unique and innovative solution for bed bug infestation. Its unusual approach eschews the use of harsh industrial chemicals and other abrasive substances, in favor of the application of effective, all-natural alternatives—of the same variety that some of the plants we like to eat have produced to kill pesky insects for millions of years. The product is easy to use, safe for use around children and pets, and much more affordable than hiring an exterminator. Bedroom Guardian also averts the disruption imposed upon your daily routine through the necessary steps used by a professional exterminator, and it neatly circumvents the unfair social stigma that accompanies an infestation of any kind. Bed bugs are native to most parts of North America; neither contact with infected bedding, nor unhygienic conditions, are strictly required in order to generate an infestation.

A bed bug hiding in a blanket

A bed bug hiding in a blanket

These unwanted bloodsuckers simply find the comfortable linens of a modern bed to be almost as hospitable as you do—but trust us: there isn’t room enough in that bed for the two of you!

Bedroom Guardian has few side effects, none of which are severe. However, for some sufferers of common allergy or sinus problems, Bedroom Guardian may aggravate their existing condition. Find out more about the occasional side effects which may result from prolonged exposure Bedroom Guardian.

 What is Bedroom Guardian?

Bedroom Guardian combats bed bugs through a unique application of specialized diatoms. Diatoms are relative giants within the microscopic world of single-celled plants; they’re known to most of us as algae, and to the professionals working within certain fields of medical and botanical research as phytoplankton—meaning algae that live specifically within our planet’s oceans, where they are often consumed by whales and other marine filter feeders. Despite their large stature as far as related organisms go, they remain too small to see with the naked eye; they do, however, create colonies, which correspond to regular geometric patterns of interconnected cells. They also possess a tough silicate shell, making each individual cell strong and hardy. On the microscopic level, diatoms produce substances which can have a substantial effect upon the predators that exist within their tiny ecosystem.

The way in which Bedroom Guardian fights bed bugs is through the use of diatoms in the form of diatomaceous earth, which is harmless to human beings. This includes small children; diatomaceous earth is also harmless to household pets. Put simply, if it’s much bigger than a bed bug, these diatoms aren’t going to hurt it. A typical diatom is only about 4.5 – 6 micrometers in length, or about 1/1000th the size of an average adult bed bug. Diatomaceous earth is a fine white powder, which consists of millions of individual fossilized diatoms. The substance has long been used as a natural pesticide alternative to help keep home gardens safe from insects, but it can literally be eaten with food without causing human beings any harm.


They don’t seem so scary when you look at them like this!

For comparison purposes, the difference in size of an individual diatom relative to an adult bedbug is similar to that of the size difference between an average adult American and a large gerbil. That doesn’t sound very threatening, does it? Thankfully, for those who are plagued with the nightmare of trying to sleep in a house that’s infested with bed bugs, the comparison ends there. Gerbils are harmless, fuzzy little creatures, and are favored by thousands of people as pets. Now imagine that, instead of being cute and exceptionally fuzzy little creatures, gerbils were hard-shelled and spiny, with abrasive surfaces. Imagine also that they exuded a substance that was deadly to humans (just to reiterate: Bedroom Guardian’s diatoms are not harmful to humans).

You most likely wouldn’t want to keep a gerbil as a pet then, would you? And if there was a gerbil infestation, you would likely leave the area—or call upon the services of a professional gerbil exterminator, but this is an option that bed bugs don’t have. When applied to an area infested with bed bugs, the diatoms have repeatedly been shown to kill off the infestation in 12 minutes or less. There is no long-term procedure, and no mess to clean up afterward. Only an unwelcoming chemical minefield, ready to ravage your invading bed bug population with death and destruction.

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Bedroom Guardian: How It Works

The diatoms in Bedroom Guardian come from diatomaceous earth, which is the fossilized remnant of ancient microscopic plants (algae). Diatomaceous earth is separated from unwanted ingredients and ground into a fine powder, comparable to the consistency of talcum powder before it is used. While it may sound strange, the benefits of diatomaceous earth have been known to modern industry since the 1950s, while there is evidence that societies as old as that of ancient Egypt used what we would recognize today as powdered algae fossils to kill crop pests and disinfect wounds.

When an insect with an exoskeleton comes into contact with the particular matter of diatomaceous earth, the waxy coating that keeps its internal organs safe from environmental damage and extremes of temperature is compromised. The resulting effect on the bug’s innards is similar to what can be seen by anyone who has ever sprinkled salt on a slug: they dry up and shrivel, killing the bug almost instantly. In ancient times, diatomaceous Earth was sprinkled in circles around crops to help keep out pesky insects, because bugs will not attempt to cross areas of this lethal substance—just like a slug won’t willingly approach salt. This use of diatoms, in societies thousands of years old, may have led to the once widespread superstition of sprinkling salt across doorways to protect the inhabitants of a house from evil spirits—the kinds of things that were once blamed for famine, pestilence, and crop failure.

Click here for a video which covers the use of diatomaceous earth via direct application. This is effective, but it doesn’t last as long as a properly suspended solution, of which Bedroom Guardian is currently the only one of its kind; as a result, its regular application turns into an expensive proposition. Read on for an explanation of how Bedroom Guardian improves upon the natural properties of diatomaceous earth by lengthening and prolonging its useful anti-insect properties.

The diatoms used in Bedroom Guardian are supported through the use of a variety of safe, all-natural ingredients. These ingredients serve to optimize the effects of the diatomaceous earth, distribute it across a larger area, and maintain its useful properties for longer periods of time than would otherwise be possible. However, each of these ingredients is biodegradable and biologically sourced; all are environmentally friendly, with many seeing routine use in the production of organic foods, beverages, plant-based fragrances, and all-natural personal hygiene products.

The most important active ingredients in Bedroom Guardian are listed below, along with some of their intended uses and effects.

    • Cedar oil is derived as a natural product of pine and cypress trees, as well as (less frequently) certain other conifers. Its presence in Bedroom Guardian acts as a supporting agent; cedar oil enjoys a well-established reputation as “nature’s bug spray.”
    • Soybean oil is derived from the seeds of the soybean plant, and is primarily used as a cooking oil. Less well-known is its use in all-natural insect repellants: soybean oil does not have repellant properties of its own, but it makes for an effective fixative, prolonging the effects of other insect-repelling oils by delaying their evaporation.
    • Rosemary oil is a popular herbal supplement which promotes healthy skin and hair growth. Its many beneficent uses among the human population, particularly in preserving our outer cellular layers, are likewise beneficial to the diatoms used in Bedroom Guardian. Rosemary oil is a safe and all-natural extract of the rosemary herb, which has been used to season roasted potatoes for centuries.
    • Ethyl lactate sounds less than appealing, but this combination of lactic acid and ethanol is actually produced from biological sources. It is completely biodegradable, and is harmlessly rinsed away with water when used as an environmentally-friendly solvent and degreaser. It also sees common employ in organic food items, naturally-based fragrances, and both mainstream and alternative pharmaceutical preparations.
    • Glycerin is a chemical which is found naturally within certain vitamins and good fats. It is often use to help prepare pharmaceuticals and herbal extracts without resorting to the use of alcohol-based substances, and it sees regular use in the food industry as a sweetener.
  • Potassium sorbate is an environmentally friendly preservative. It is frequently used in organic food products, to help preserve wine, and as a preservative for plant-based personal hygiene products.

ProTip: How to Spot a Bed Bug Infestation

bed-bug-bitesThere are several reliable ways to spot a bed bug infestation. One of the easiest and most reliable ways is to identify the bug bites on a victim’s back, chest, arms, and legs. Bed bug bites often occur clustered together over the same area of skin, as the bugs gravitate naturally to warmer parts of the body that are within easy reach. This indicates the flow of fresh blood beneath the outer surface of the victim’s skin, which their tiny mandibles are capable of reaching. Bed bugs have been observed to target exposed areas over potentially more preferable locations, if the latter are partly obscured or confined: for this reason, bed bug bite rashes are often found along relatively open expanses of skin. This includes the back, or the chest and stomach (depending upon how a person is sleeping) as well as parts of the arms, legs, and even the lower jaw. Bed bug bites on the face can be a particular nuisance; they are close to several extremely sensitive parts of the body, as well as being visibly obvious. Most individuals who suffer an allergic reaction to bed bug saliva experience this reaction in response to bites on their face or neck.

The appearance of a bed bug rash is red and splotchy. When the rash begins to fade, it will often darken, at which point it may take on the appearance of a 5 o’clock shadow. However, close inspection will reveal its splotchy composition: the outline of the rash will be uneven, corresponding to the roughly circular outlines of a large number of individual bites, and it will appear to be spotty up close.

Bed bug infestation on stairs

Bed bug infestation on stairs

You can also look for the direct evidence of bed bugs themselves. An infestation of bed bugs leaves a number of obvious signs, once it has become large and well-established to the point where it threatens to spread to multiple rooms throughout the home. Most of these signs are common to all infestations.

  • Well-fed bed bugs are not quick to separate themselves from a sleeper who suddenly changes position. Bedclothes and sleepwear in a house which is infested with bed bugs will often reveal rusty or reddish-brown stains in obvious clusters—the result of bed bugs being crushed, after gorging.
  • At some point after it’s finished feeding, a bed bug will do the same thing that every other living creature must do: it will excrete waste. Look for little black spots, about the size of the period on your computer’s keyboard. These will be scattered throughout the bedclothes; because they also can be crushed by a moving sleeper, they may appear to bleed into the surrounding area. In that case, their appearance will be similar to the spreading ink from a dot made by a marker or a gel pen.  
  • Upon close inspection of infested bedclothes, you will notice tiny white and yellow eggs and egg shells. A single female bed bug will lay anywhere from 1-3 eggs per day, over a life cycle of up to 12 months. You may also see the outer layers which young bed bugs (known as “nymphs”) shed, while they progress through various stages of their life cycle.
  • You may be able to spot live bed bugs. Adult bed bugs resemble tiny cockroaches of up to 4-5 millimeters (half a centimeter, or a little less than 1/5th of an inch) in length. After feeding, a bed bug may gain up to one centimeter in length, as well as increasing visibly in girth; their rust-brown color will also visibly redden, and they will become slower and more sluggish. For obvious reasons, this is when they are most likely to be spotted. Click here for video footage of an adult bed bug which has recently fed.

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Benefits of Using Bedroom Guardian

Studies have shown that, once a bed bug infestation is cleared up by Bedroom Guardian, the bloodsucking parasites do not return to that area. This is due to the lingering traces of toxic diatoms, traces which are no more harmful to you—your bed’s intended occupant, after all—than are any number of the millions of everyday microorganisms that live in every breath you draw in under normal circumstances. There is an entire world of microscopic plants and creatures living right under our noses; they’re in our clothes, our air, our food and water, and even on our bodies. The incomprehensibly vast majority of these organisms are completely harmless; many are actually necessary for our good health. Very few are actually harmful to us.

Bed bugs live in a world that is under constant threat by microscopic predators, creatures with appetites—or defenses—which are designed to be far more harmful to them (and to other organisms of the bed bug’s individually diminutive size) than they are to us. As a result, while they are not particularly complicated creatures, bed bugs have developed the reflex of abandoning an otherwise viable home and food source which becomes, from their point of view, contaminated.

Not only does Bedroom Guardian kill bed bugs, but it acts almost like a permanent sealant against renewed infestation wherever it is applied. This secondary function of Bedroom Guardian isn’t completely perfect: the “seal” is more like police tape, a warning only. As time goes by, the chemical signature of the diatoms fades; the bugs might still be able to sense their presence, but the entire location would no longer be lethal to them. This simply calls for another application of Bedroom Guardian. Bed bugs do not develop an immunity to Bedroom Guardian: it isn’t something that harms them on a microscopic level. They can no more simply “become immune” to its effects than we can “cure” a fatal physical injury in a human being.

ProTip: Why Bed Bugs Are Bad

Some of the issues involving sleep deprivation were discussed earlier, but there are many other reasons why you don’t want bed bugs infesting your home. Most of these are inherent to the creature’s parasitic nature: the bed bug attaches itself to a sleeping human being, and feeds off of their blood supply. Like most bloodsucking predators, including ticks and mosquitoes, the bed bug can consume several times its own body weight in a single feeding. Chemicals in its saliva also act as anesthetic, so that we don’t wake up each time we’re bitten. Other chemicals act as anticoagulants, which prevent blood from clotting and sealing up cuts and scrapes. This ensures that the tiny bites the bed bugs make in your skin don’t simply seal themselves and begin to heal while the parasite is still feeding.

The anesthetic in a bed bug’s bite is not actually harmful to humans. It does what it’s supposed to do: it provides temporary local pain relief, so that you don’t notice your uninvited dinner guest—until after it’s left, without cleaning its plate. That’s where the most common complication of a bed bug infestation begins: bed bug bites leave obvious red welts on the skin. These are itchy, and often painful, and are a large part of why so many people with bed bug infestations have trouble getting a good night’s sleep. In New York City alone, during 2008—prior to the city health department’s establishment of a “bed bug task force”—there were more than 22,000 calls about bed bugs to the city’s 311 hotline. This figure, incidentally, was up from just under 11,000 two years prior: our gradually warming climate is proving to be all too hospitable for blood-sucking bed bugs.

What comes as a surprise to many people is that bed bugs are not known to directly transmit any diseases which are harmful to humans. This actually works out in favor of these unwanted invaders; after all, nobody wants to kill their food source. Keeping you healthy, while it definitely isn’t a deliberate design on their part, works out in the bed bugs’ best interests. Nonetheless, hundreds of cases of bed bug related infections are reported every year: the welts from the bugs’ bites are extremely bothersome, particularly in the case of an individual who is allergic to the bugs’ saliva. This can lead to unconscious efforts at scratching, even while a victim is asleep. Welts represent already tender and swollen skin: being scratched can cause them to break open. This results in open sores, and occasionally in what are known as secondary infections (the “primary infection” being, in this case, the bed bugs themselves).

Side Effects of Bedroom Guardian

Bedroom Guardian is manufactured within the United States, and as such its development and quality control testing were overseen by rigorous consumer safety regulations. There are currently no known severe side effects to the use of Bedroom Guardian. In pure form, the inhalation of quantities of diatomaceous earth can result in symptoms such as a bloody nose, coughing, sneezing, and respiratory issues. The substance itself is not toxic, and is not known to provoke any allergic reactions: the body simply tries to expel anything you breathe in that isn’t supposed to be in your lungs.

The supporting ingredients in Bedroom Guardian are all safe, biodegradable substances which are present in a wide variety of both mainstream and all-natural foods and personal care products.

On occasion, if someone is suffering from an unrelated allergy, asthma, or other respiratory condition, or if they are prone to sinus-related difficulties, Bedroom Guardian may aggravate their vulnerability slightly. This may take the form of a slight irritation to the sinuses, or to other mucus membranes, or it may simply result in increased sensitivity for a short period of time after exposure.

If you are someone who is prone to sinus or respiratory difficulties, it is suggested that you wear a dust mask during the application of Bedroom Guardian. This has proven sufficient to avoid the added irritation of the sinuses due to exposure to Bedroom Guardian’s diatoms. At this time, no serious side effects or potentially dangerous complications have been reported as being in any way associated with Bedroom Guardian.

The Verdict on Bedroom Guardian

Bedroom Guardian uses the properties of a well-established substance that is safe for exposure to people, pets, and other large animals. It enhances these effects through the use of commonly employed, environmentally friendly products, which are commonly used in the food service and hygiene product industries. The effects of Bedroom Guardian have been repeatedly shown to completely eliminate bed bug infestations—and to prevent them from ever coming back—in a way that is safe, effective, and affordable.

Its only notable side effect is a slight irritation of the sinus cavity, or other mucus membranes, if significant quantities of Bedroom Guardian are exposed directly to such sensitive areas. Simply wearing a common dust mask is the only protection required to avert any respiratory distress, even in individuals who are prone to sinus-related health problems or common respiratory allergies.

We wholly approve and support the use of Bedroom Guardian to help ensure that you are able to get a good night’s sleep, without having to worry about any pesky parasites looking to turn you into a midnight snack!

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Ben Woolard
Awesome to see a product proven to work.  I've used Bedroom Guardian for over a year now and haven't had ANY bed bug problems at all. I love it and will continue using it.
I love that I can shop, browse, and use my phone safely online while keeping my privacy.
Mark Wolfcastle
After a day of being covered in the powder, the two bed bugs were dead!  The powder in fact, cut them up and they dried up...death by dehydration! Well I'm glad this stuff works and I didn't get scammed!
After a day of being covered in the powder, the two bed bugs were dead!  The powder in fact, cut them up and they dried up...death by dehydration! Well I'm glad this stuff works and I didn't get scammed!
Lisa Nelson
After using Bedroom Guardian, I noticed a HUGE reduction in the bed bug infestation.
After using Bedroom Guardian, I noticed a HUGE reduction in the bed bug infestation.

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