Six things that are the most “dirty” in everyday life
Lead: Health is actually a habit of living habits. Many habits that we think are very healthy are actually the most unclean and hygienic. Let us look at the six things that are the most “dirty” in daily life.
1, underwear is not changed every day – underwear wear a day, there will be about 0.
In a 1 gram fecal survey, 52% of women admitted that their underwear was not changed every day.
Microbiologist Dr. Charles Geba pointed out that wearing underwear for one day would leave about 0.
One gram of excreta is about 100 million E. coli.
These bacteria will stick to your hands. If you don’t wash your hands and rub your eyes or even take something to eat, you will get sick.
2, the food fell off and then eaten – after the food fell to the ground, only two or three seconds will be contaminated by bacteria, more than 40% of women said that they have eaten food that has just been dropped on the ground.
In the past, there was also a saying called “5-second rule”, which means that it is safe to pick up the food in 5 seconds.
The researchers pointed out that this statement would be extremely misleading.
Experiments have shown that after the food falls to the ground, it will be contaminated by bacteria in only two or three seconds.
Therefore, all food that falls on the ground should be thrown into the trash immediately.
3, barefoot fitness – may be infected with the ankle (commonly known as “Hong Kong feet”) or 跖疣 investigation found that 32% of people are barefoot fitness, especially when jumping aerobics or belly dance.
Experts suggest that it is best to wear a pair of lightweight shoes.
Because the feet will sweat a lot during exercise, the moist environment is most conducive to the growth of bacteria. These bacteria will remain on the floor through the feet of others. When your feet are stepped on, you may get infected with your ankles (commonly known as “Hong Kong feet”) or 跖疣 (a kind of plantar sputum).
4, forget to brush your teeth before going to bed – bacteria that cause periodontal disease will also cause problems in your heart 43% of people admit that they occasionally forget to brush their teeth before going to bed.
Experts remind that during the sleep process, the amount of saliva secretion will be greatly reduced, and these saliva is the main force to kill bacteria.
Therefore, accidentally not brushing your teeth may cause the bacteria in the mouth to sneak into the air. The result is a significant increase in the risk of dental caries and periodontal disease.
In addition, many studies have confirmed that bacteria that cause periodontal disease can also cause problems in your heart.
5, bathing does not bathe – the bacteria that cause the body to smell, sweat, especially the sweat from the armpits and groin for a living survey shows that nearly one-third of women do not bathe every day, but water is used.
Experts pointed out that bathing does not bathe, it is best to depend on your sweating situation.
Bacteria that cause the body to smell are made from sweat, especially sweat from the armpits and groin.
When there is a lot of sweat, the water is washed and washed, which will cause the bacteria to stay. The longer the stay, the more “smelly” the person will be.
6. Wash your hands without soap after going to the toilet. When you are finished cleaning the toilet, the distance between the hand and the E. coli source is very close. Only 38% of the people wash their hands with soap after going to the toilet, and 2% wash their hands for more than 10 seconds.bell.
Experts said that when you wipe the toilet, the distance between the hand and the E. coli source is very close, which may cause bacterial infection. If you do not use soap, you can’t completely remove the bacteria.