Our body is like a temple and it is all yours to use it. However, there are particular spots that are actually sacred, so you should not put the hands on them. In accordance to a recent research, our hands have major role in transmitting the germs even after they are washed.
You should not stick the fingers in the ears as they are penetrating the ear canal. If this is happening, you could tear the thin skin that is around the canal. Moreover, it’s better to see otolaryngologist instead of doing that on your own, even if the cause is just an earwax.
Many times, while we think, we inattentively place the hands on the face. Unluckily, this is introducing the bacteria to the body because you cannot be able to remember where you put the hands on before putting them on the face. This is increasing the risk for disease and breakouts, too.
Of course, you should wash and wipe, but it’s not good idea for picking on the bottom. Remember that this is the place where many harmful bacteria is residing. Make sure to wash the hands carefully after touching the butt or after you go to toilet.
Yes, you need to touch the area around the eyes for no any particular reason, other than putting a contact in or washing away the foreign particles. If you are touching the eyes with a bare hands, you could easily introduce the germs that can cause a pinkeye or something even scarier.
Many times, when we are bored, we are placing the hands around the mouth. In fact, a research have proven that people are placing the fingers around this particular area for about 24 times in only an hour. This may be an issue because you could transfer the germs from the hands to the mouth that could easily spread to the body.
In accordance to 2006 research, people that are picking their nose are having 51 percent chance of carrying a Staphylococcus aureus, a bacteria type that is causing some diseases, including food poisoning, cellulitis and boils.
Source > www.stethnews.com
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