With each passing day, scientists are discovering new diseases. The best way to stay away from them is to keep clean. Washing your hands at all times is essential for staying away from germs and their spread. Whatever we do during the day, we constantly collect various types of bacteria on our hands. Which can easily end up in your mouth!
In this article, we are sharing everything you need to know about washing your hands, irrespective of the place.
Most of us are don't know how to correctly wash our hands. Below is an infographic explaining the process: adult version, and one to print for your kids.
Well, we would say every time, but there are instances when cleaning hands becomes more important than ever.
"There’s one consumer product critical to our great national battle to “flatten the curve,” or slow the epidemic: SOAP. Humble, ancient, cheap, effective soap." - Source: VOX
Soap is proven to be the most effective way to sanitize your hands. Palli Thordarson, a chemistry professor from the University of New South Wales said: "By washing your hands with soap, you’re not just wiping the viruses off your hands. You’re actually annihilating the viruses, rendering them harmless!"
Evidently, the soap takes care of the virus in a similar way as it takes care of the oil in the water. It starts to pull everything apart. One part of the soap molecule gets into the virus's protein and fat shell, breaking the virus's coat. Which makes the virus to dissolvable in water. But it takes at least 20 seconds for that to happen, which is why it's important to wash your hands for longer than that.
Soap is often not available everywhere, but there's a simple solution.
We all have soap at home, but when we are out, it very often isn't available. There's a simple solution - compact paper soap that you can bring with you anywhere.
Learn More about paper soap, by clicking HERE.
By ensuring clean hands through proper washing, you will be able to:
Children are often carriers of various bacteria and viruses. Statistics show that in general, only 19% of children wash their hands after using the toilet. By teaching them how to wash their hands properly and on a regular basis will protect them from diseases, such as pneumonia or diarrhea.
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