20 Hygiene Habits You Should Break The Habit

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Do you regularly wash your teeth and shower? You undoubtedly consider yourself to be a clean person, yet this is often untrue. Most people neglect or miss a few items that might significantly affect their hygiene and, consequently, their long-term health. Keep reading to discover the hygiene practices that can harm you. Here are 20 “healthy” things to stop doing now.

Irregular bed linen changes

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Some people make a concerted effort to avoid doing laundry. And it’s not just about clothes; bedding that hasn’t been cleaned in months (or longer) turns into a breeding ground for bacteria, fungi, dust mites, and more, and that’s just the beginning. Unwashed bed linens, as well as pajamas and clothing, can, in the worst case, result in a staph infection. Therefore, it’s crucial to replace the bed linens at least once or twice a week.

Using a mobile device on the toilet

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This has become a habit for many of us. But bringing your phone with you into the toilet can have negative health effects in addition to the risk of it sliding into the toilet bowl. Particularly, the phone can absorb many bacteria and spread them to other places.

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