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Keeping Your Hands C lean For Good Health

Morshedul Alam Mohabat     19 June, 2017 12:00 AM printer

Keeping Your Hands C lean For Good Health

Often we feel some kind of irritation in our stomach and sometimes we suffer from different kinds of stomach related diseases. At those times we fail to sort out the reasons behind such illness.

However probably the most common reason is that we often forget to wash our hands before taking our meals and as a result germs attack us, and we get sick.  Keeping hands clean through improved hand hygiene is one of the most important steps we can take to avoid getting sick and spreading germs to others.


Remember that a touch could be all it takes to spread an illness like influenza. These germs can enter your body when your contaminated hands come into contact with your nose, mouth, eyes or open wounds. This makes washing your hands an important way of ensuring that you and your loved ones remain healthy.


Moreover washing your hands is the most effective method of preventing the spread of disease. Properly washing your hands removes the dirt and germs that can be spread to others. Having clean hands is important because people often use their hands to touch their eyes, nose, and mouth.

 

Contact with these areas gives germs, like the flu virus, access to the inside of the body where they can cause illness. You should always wash your hands before eating, after using the toilet, and after touching anything that may be soiled or have a high probability of being contaminated with germs. Washing your hands also helps to prevent the spread of skin and eye infections. It is very important to wash your hands, especially after handling raw meat or using the toilet. This simple act can help prevent the spread of bacteria.

 


Washing and drying your hands is a simple preventative measure that can be taken to help stave off illness. The healthier you are, the less likely you will have to go for expensive medical treatment at a hospital or emergency care clinic. Using a liquid hand-wash or a bar of soap to wash your hands is an inexpensive means of preserving your health and the health of those around you.


In short, proper hand-washing requires only a hand-wash and water. Washing your hands for at least 15 to 30 seconds with soap and water does not just make your hands smell fresh but also reduces germ counts by up to 99%.


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