Bees are beautiful to see when they start to fly around the flower garden. But when bees come in group and chases you, this is a very dangerous experience. Aside from the fact that a bee sting hurts like an injection, the post effect of it is far more dangerous because it might get worse when ignored.
The most common effects from being stung by a bee is the infection it causes to your health (which is often less serious to your health) and the allergic reactions (which can be fatal to some individuals who are already suffering from illness).
There are common signs that you have been stung by a bee especially when you are fond of gardening. These symptoms can be identified based on two situations: visible on the part where the sting happened and the other one is the more serious symptoms.
On the part of the stung portion, you will notice redness, itchiness, swelling, pain and small amount of bleeding. But if the stung has seriously affected your health, you will experience symptoms such as cough, tickling in the throat, nausea or vomiting, anxiety, sweating, dizziness or fainting, or rashes on your body other than the stung portion.
There are simple and complex remedies to bee sting and it varies depending on the level of seriousness of the stung. Simple remedies at home include ointment but if it becomes serious, a professional medical assistance should be done already to avoid further complications on the subject. The sting might come from a more dangerous bee so it should be checked properly.
But again, prevention is better than cure so need to hire a professional pest controller especially when you see a beehive near your garden or even a group of bees present on your backyard.