A wasp sting can be harmless to many of us, just as it can be life-threatening to many others. To make sure that nothing bad will happen to you, it is good to know the quick help that is given in such cases.
If you know that a bee sting is causing you an allergy, you should definitely get emergency help.
If you feel dizzy, swollen tongue, irritated skin you should do a needle. An insect bite can kill you.
Remove the sting
Wasps leave behind their sting and sting (in most cases). Be careful not to pluck the stem, but be sure to eat it all with the help of a meat cleaver.
Make cold compresses
Inflammation and swelling after a bite are inevitable, but they can be minimized by applying something cold to the affected area. The best choice would be ice wrapped in a piece, but if this is not possible, you can use any metal object.
Treat the skin where the wasp stung you
Wash the skin with soap and then you can cover the bitten area with a paste made of baking soda and water. Toothpaste and honey also have soothing properties.
Analgesics and antihistamines are necessary for pain relief and reduction of an allergic reaction.