\”Did you wash your hands? \”
How many times did you hear that today? Probably a lot. But why are adults so hung up on hand washing? Why are they so in love with lather? Washing your hands is the best way to stop from spreading. Think about all of the things that you touched today from the telephone to the toilet. Maybe you blew your nose in a tissue and then went outside to dig around the dirt. Whatever you did today, you came into contact with germs. It\’s easy for a germ on your hand to end up in your mouth. Think about how many foods you eat with your hands. You can\’t wear rubber gloves all day long, but you can wash your hands so those germs don\’t get a chance to make you or someone else sick. So when are the best times to wash your hands? before eating or touching food (like if you\’re helping cook or bake, for example) after touching pets or other Now you have the when and the why of hand washing. But did you know that a lot of people don\’t know how to get their paws perfectly clean?
The next time you\’re told to step up to the sink and scrub up, remember these handy hints: Use warm water (not cold or hot) when you wash your hands. Use whatever soap you like. Some soaps come in cool shapes and colors or smell nice, but whatever kind gets you scrubbing is the kind you should use. Antibacterial soaps are OK to use, but regular soap works fine. Work up some lather on both sides of your hands, your wrists, and between your fingers. Don\’t forget to wash around your nails. This is one place germs like to hide. Wash for about 10 to 15 seconds about how long it takes to sing \”Happy Birthday. \” (Sing it quickly two times or just once if you go nice and slow. ) Rinse and dry well with a clean towel. We\’ve all been from time to time. and the come along now and then, and they\’re no fun when they keep us from doing the things we want to do. That\’s why people try so hard to stay healthy.
Did you know that experts believe the most thing you can do to avoid illness is wash your hands? It\’s for good reason! Over half of and viruses can be killed by properly washing your hands at least three times each day. Sometimes your hands may look clean when they really aren\’t. Why? Germs that cause illnesses are tiny and invisible to the naked eye. If you think about it, most of the stuff you do every day involves your hands. For fun, keep track of everything you do for a day. If you do, you probably won\’t believe how many things you touch. From faucets and light switches to toilet handles and doorknobs, a lot of the things we touch every day can contain germs like viruses, mold spores, and. When you touch something with germs on it, the germs to your hands. You can then those germs to other things you touch. , it\’s easy enough to break the cycle and stop spreading germs: wash your hands! While washing your hands may seem like a no-brainer, there\’s actually a proper way to wash your hands to make sure you kill all the germs.
Just follow these simple steps: 1. Wet your hands with warm water and then add. 2. Rub your hands together and up for at least 20 seconds. Clean all the parts of your hands thoroughly, including your fingers, palms, and wrists. Also, don\’t forget to clean under your nails! 3. your hands well. 4. Dry your hands with a clean, paper, or air dryer. 5. Turn off the with a to avoid touching it after washing your hands. To stay healthy and keep bad away, wash your hands often. It\’s especially to after, or blowing your So don\’t give your parents a hard time the next time they ask you to wash your hands. They\’re just trying to keep you healthy. And parents, you are a great role model for your children, so wash your hands often, too. : the 30 seconds you spend washing your hands could save you a trip to the doctor\’s office!