Personal Hygiene and care «

    Personal Hygiene and care

    Washing Hands • One of the best ways to prevent bacteria from spreading and catching the common cold is to wash one’s hands. The procedure may sound simple but inappropriate measures are taken by ‘Public’ to wash hands efficiently without a single remaining of Dust/Bacteria harboring. Controlling Body Odor • The prevention of ‘Body Odor’ is overcome through various practices of knowing different parts or organs concerned so that others couldn’t feel frustrated for ex: controlling of excessive perspiration/sweating, usage of odor's/fragrances of ‘Perfumes/Deodorants’ underarms or over the specific attire for ‘Grand parties/ceremonies, etc. and usage of woolen clothes that helps subsiding the fond body odor of an individual for a long span of time. Daily bathing and shower are enough to control smelly body odors as the custom worldwide (Antiperspirants/Scented Soaps). Skin • ‘Skin’ is the largest organ of the body as found everywhere over the body with tiny cells that harbors many viruses and bacteria's and help in soaking the nutrients out of proteins and vitamins to have a soft and subtle touch and also to make it look more fluffy enough to be touched again and again. The thick inner layer is made up of blood vessels, nerves, and hair follicles, which contain glands. Daily washing will keep the skin on the face and other areas of the body clean by removing the dirt, oil, and dead cells before they can accumulate. Basic Skin Care a) Dermatologists recommend the following for clean, healthy skin: • Use lotions only if needed, and use ones that are oil-free and water-based. • Try to identify what irritates the skin; if it’s stress, try to reduce stress levels. • Leave pimples alone; picking, popping, or squeezing them will only make them worse. • Have only a dermatologist remove or extract pimples. • Try to avoid touching the face. • Keep hands clean by washing them often. • Try to stay out of the sun, and use a sunscreen every day during summer and winter. • ‘Sun-tanning’ is one of the examples: sufficient Vitamin-D from ultraviolet rays. Sun Protection • ‘Ultraviolet’ rays are enormously dangerous and effective to one's soft skin because they penetrate deep inside many layers of skin ‘The Dermatologists’ scared about and cause dreadful ‘Skin Cancer’! Sunscreen should be used every day because the sun can do damage even when it’s cold or cloudy outside. If sunburn does occur, wet compresses and soothing lotions can help relieve the pain. If painful blisters or swelling appears, it’s best to see a doctor. Too much of ‘Sun bath’ is also equally dangerous to show its outcome over the skin by causing irritation/itch/red pimples, etc. Makeup • ‘Hypoallergenic’ substances should be used to do the make-ups as allergy symptoms are experienced by many re-known dermatologists worldwide with side effects as well. It help prevents irritations over the designated areas of the face and helps in correct ‘facial Expressions’ sometimes with the importance and availability of one for a special reason. ‘Allergic Reactions’ are everybody's worry to look gorgeous or handsome. Don’t use shared make-ups as it spreads bacteria from one to another. Hair • ‘Hair’ grows from the root of the head scalp and projects the individual's overall secret that reveals the person's soft personality trait before others as it's the part and parcel of our beauty secret! The different fashions of the types of ‘Hair’ vary from person to person and indeed! The different color texture as well as thick and thin effect. Whatever may be the type it must always help it look and smell good and prevent the development of scalp problems. ATHLETE’S FOOT • ‘Athlete's Foot or Ringworm’ is a disease caused by fungus and acute bacteria of the foot that happens usually to males over twelve years of age rather then to women community commonly found as it's the infection that severely damages the toes, of the foot and provides extended ‘Swelling’. Athlete’s foot thrives in moist, damp conditions, especially when a person is wearing tight shoes and socks in hot weather. When the feet cannot breathe due to a lack of ventilation, athlete’s foot can occur. Sometimes, the skin between the toes will peel and crack, and at other times, blisters develop on the soles and sides of the feet. In most cases, there is an itch that accompanies these other symptoms. Prevention of ‘Athletes foot’ demands: - • Antifungal cream application all around the foot. • Wash feet every day. • Be sure to dry feet thoroughly, especially in between the toes. • Only wear socks made of cotton, and change them if they get moist or damp. • Go barefoot when at home. • Try to wear sandals, and avoid tight shoes in warm weather. • If possible, use an antifungal powder in tight shoes. Boys and Facial Hair • As facial hair continues to grow, many boys will opt to shave. As a personal choice, one that depends on how fast and thick the hair grows. It also depends on whether or not a beard, goatee, or mustache is desired. However often a man wishes to shave his face, a traditional or disposable razor with shaving cream or gel or an electric razor may be used for shaving facial hair. HAIR REMOVAL: A PERSONAL CHOICE • TWEEZING : Plucking hairs with a pair of tweezers is a safe and clean way to remove hair; however, it only removes a single hair at a time, making it a more effective method for removing hair on the eyebrow area or removing a single, stray hair. • Depilatories/Waxing : ‘Depilatories’ are lotions, creams, and gels that chemically dissolve body hair near the root. They tend to be time-consuming and can be messy. Depilatories are effective for removing leg and bikini hair as well as underarm hair. ‘Waxing’ involves warmed wax that is applied to the skin. A strip of cloth is then placed atop the wax. The strip is pulled back, removing the hair at the root. This procedure is typically done in salons and can be time-consuming. Also, waxing can often be painful and irritating to the skin. • Electrolysis/laser : This hair-removal procedure takes place in the office of an electrologist (a professional trained to perform electrolysis). Hair is destroyed permanently at the root using an electric current. A needle is placed into the skin where the hair protrudes so that electricity can destroy the hair follicle. ‘Laser treatments’ that remove hair are expensive and the results last only two months at first. TEETH • In order to ensure the sustainable, healthy and white teeth all around the year in any circumstance of a kind it is important to keep utmost care of the natural teeth then imitating with other technological advancement done with the help of ‘Dentists’ to have any ‘artificial teeth implant’. There are hosts of ways/reasons to maintain a healthy smile every time through: - • Brushing • Flossing • Tooth Decay and Cavities • Gum Disease `Brushing` removes the plaque (a sticky film of bacteria that grows around the teeth) that causes tooth decay, or cavities. Brushing also helps keep gums healthy and breath fresh. One should choose a soft-bristled toothbrush with a shape that suits one’s mouth. Use toothpaste with fluoride (a chemical compound that is added to toothpaste and drinking water to help prevent tooth decay), hold the toothbrush at a 45-degree angle against the gums, and brush back and forth in short movements. Make certain to brush the outer, inner, and chewing surfaces (or flat surfaces) of the teeth. Brushing the tongue will help remove bacteria that can cause bad breath. `Flossing` between teeth is a very important habit to acquire. Ideally, flossing should be done every time the teeth are brushed. Using dental floss removes plaque that is caught between the teeth. This will help prevent both cavities and gum disease. If it's difficult handling ‘Floss’, there are many types of interdentally cleaners that accomplish the same thing as floss. These include different kinds of picks and dental sticks that can be found in a pharmacy or drug store. `Tooth Decay and Cavities` : ‘Plaque’ is the main cause of tooth decay, or cavities, and gum disease. When people eat especially sugary foods or foods abundance with acids of different nature they don’t brush their teeth right away, the plaque bacteria in their mouths make acids. These acids then attack the enamel on the teeth. When this happens repeatedly, teeth will begin decaying. Cavities accompanied by painful toothaches can develop. `Gum Disease` occurs when soft gums inside the teeth cavity get severely damaged due to some specific reasons as predominantly ‘Brushing’ hard over the gum’ is the dangerous cause that severely produces ‘Bleeding’ of the gum. Over time, the gums and the bone around the teeth can become weakened. This can cause teeth to fall out. When this happens, it means a condition known as periodontitis is present. Bad breath is the result of poor oral hygiene. When bacteria build up in the mouth, it can lead to a bad taste in one’s mouth and a bad odor too. Regularly brushing the teeth as well as the tongue often helps eliminate bad breath. Symptoms of gingivitis include red, swollen gums. EARS The `Ear` consists of three parts: the outer, middle and the inner part. One mustn’t be worried about the outer part for hygiene purposes as it's easily be cleaned thereupon as middle and inner ear parts implies the substance called ‘Earwax’. This wax shouldn’t be cleaned normally without the consultation from an ENT practitioner. The ear canal is self-cleaning. Wax is secreted into the ear canal by glands that are found in the skin of the canal. This wax and other particles, such as dust, travel down the ear canal and are washed away or fall out to make room for new wax being made. It is not necessary to use cotton swabs to clean the ear canal. In fact, using them can harm the ear by pushing wax toward the eardrum, where it can get stuck and cause blockage or an ear infection.

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