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Hygiene Habits That Ruin Our Health

Posted on: 20, Jun 2018

Soaking dishes in the sink is incredibly bad for your health. A sink is a perfect environment for bacteria. There you can find salmonella, colon bacillus or staphylococcus. In order to avoid a stomach and intestinal disorder, it is necessary to wash the sink not only after washing dishes but after the sink surface comes into contact with food stuffs such as fish, raw meat, milk products and vegetables. A pile of soaked dishes is an easy but extremely unsafe solution.

 

Peeing after sex is something that lots of people try to avoid. They seem to think that it is impolite, or that using someone else’s loo is in some way unhealthy. Especially if they are spending time with one of the many escorts Palma de Mallorca has to offer. But the human body is wonderfully engineered and self cleaning. Even if you do not want to go the bathroom after having sex – for whatever reason – you really need to. Vigorous sex can push bacteria a long way up into your urethra. Urinating flushes those bacteria and potential toxins out of your body and stop you from contracting an infection. Whether you come or not, whether you ejaculate or not, take the time to take a pee. Even if you have a famously shy bladder, get to it. It can only do you good. By the way guys, drinking water before sex can also fill your bladder and delay your ejaculation as the full bladder presses on your prostate. Never a bad result for either you or the lady involved.

 

Washing you hands with hot water. Is, bizarrely, bad for you. Most researchers say that unless you are going to use boiling water – which obviously you are not – then the temperature of the water with which you wash your hands is not important in the killing of germs. The time spent washing them is more important. Five seconds will not do anything to the bacteria. But thirty seconds of washing with soap should kill or remove all the bacteria on your hands. In addition, by washing your hands too frequently will decrease the protective oils in the skin of your hands and cause irritation or even dermatitis.