I'm a retired pest control owner/operator. Your bed location could be on or near an existing termite colony. Two weeks just isn't enough time for a new colony to go from unnoticed to an "infestation". As long as your house has some sort of termite protection and gets a regular inspection, don't worry about it. Significant termite damage is the result of years of neglect. It doesn't happen quickly except in the case of exotic species.
First identify. Collect winged adults if possible. If not, collect soilder termites, they are fewer in numbers than the workers and have larger, darker heads. Take them to your county agent. As long as it is a native species they should not be a problem.
Be aware that termites have been here a lot longer than us. There are colonies almost anywhere they can find a food source and moisture, mostly eating fallen trees and limbs. They have thier job, breaking down dead cellulose and returning it to the soil, they do it well.
Live and let live. I always get them in my compost pile and raised beds. They break down twiggs and any wood debris in them. They speed up the process for me.
I need all the help I can get.