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How To Prevent Viruses, Germs

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Practice Good Personal Hygiene

Practice Good Personal Hygiene Habits:

  1. Wash your body when you come back home. Take a bath everyday for a good hygiene practice.
  2. Gargle with salt for it removes bacteria in the mouth. Brush your teeth at least once a day.
  3. Wash your hair with shampoo everyday.
  4. Wash hands with Detol after going to the washroom.
  5. Change into clean clothes everyday. Dirty clothes should be washed with laundry soap in washing machine.
  6. Turn away from other people and cover the nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze.
  7. Wear a Face Mask this can protect you from the virus/ germs and batercia passing through in the air preventing from entering your nose and mouth.

Prevention is better than sorry! Have a hygienic practice that can save your own life and others.

Wash Your Hands Frequently

How To Protect Yourself From Viruses, Germs

You have to build a strong immune system that can protect you in these days.

This article is created for this purpose because everyone now is panic due to the current Wuhan coronavirus.

I know everyone panicked from a sudden virus/viruses which human beings is not scare?

For everyone who reads this article, prevention is better than doing nothing correct but you can build a strong immune system to implement a better shield.

From Business Insider on 22 Jan 2020 (Credited):

Who is most at risk?

Coronaviruses like 2019-nCoV are particularly dangerous for people who have weakened immune systems, like younger children and older adults.

Thus this article is created for this purpose because I want to share with everyone that you can protect yourself so that you can help others!


Difference Between Bacteria And Viruses?

Let's see the difference between bacteria and viruses, it’s that bacteria is susceptible to antibiotic drugs while viruses are not.

Bacteria are single-celled microorganisms that can live just about anywhere. A single gram of soil can house tens of millions of bacteria. Bacteria can thrive in the dirt, on your keyboard, and even in your intestines. However there are bacteria that can cause infections like strep throat and tuberculosis.

Bacterial infections can typically be cured with antibiotics, there are some strains that have grown to resist antibiotic drugs.

Viruses are much smaller than bacteria. There are plenty of water filters that can remove bacteria from your drinking water, but even the finest micron filters can’t guarantee removal of viruses.

Unlike bacteria, viruses aren’t living organisms, capable of producing and multiplying on their own. Viruses require a living host in order to survive.

Avoid Overcrowding Areas

When there are too many peoples in any places, the possibility of getting disease is higher than the places is not overcrowded.

This is because people/ human beings in an overcrowded area will be much closer to each other and it is therefore easier for any virus or germs to spread from one to another.

Example:

  1. Avoid going in crowded area when you are sick makes it easier to spread cold and flu germs around.
  2. Don't share napkins, towels, tissue as it can spread many types of germs and other bacteria or virus which cause infections/ illnesses.
  3. Stay away from overcrowding areas. Protect yourself by putting on face mask. Save yourself before you can save others!

Stay at home if possible! You can keep less contact to people and it will be lesser of getting ill.

In recent news everyone is advise to stay at home. It will be better you stay at home enjoying your TV or playing your PC games then staying in hospital which is full of bad air.

Be obedient everyone this is precious because life is precious!!

Build A Strong Immune System

Take vitamins and minerals to build a strong immune system. If you have a strong immune system that can protect you from getting sick easily.

To eat correct diet and meals. Don't eat unhealthy foods as it will destroy your health. Stay hydrate. Drink plenty of water as many of us having hot weather in many places.

Some foods tips that will let you stay hydrate:

Melons it have 90 percent water. Melon can be eaten as a snack. It replaces glycogen stores quickly.

Soups it contains sodium, the most important electrolyte to replace. There are many brothy varieties to choose from or mix vegetables which have nutrients to the electrolyte mix.

Cucumber which is rich in water and it's peel contains silica. Having cucumber to your diet is good benefits as it promotes elasticity in joints,skin,fingernails, stays dydrate and weight loss.

Celery it contains 95 percent water, it's low in calories and high in fiber, both of which can aid in calorie management. A weight loss diet if you add some to your plate.

It's easy to protect yourself before you can help others.

Top 10 Foods To Boost Your Immune System

Foods That Boost And Improve Your Immune System

Immune System Boosting

How to boost your immune system?

Mushroom

Eating more button mushrooms. Mushrooms are high in selenium and B vitamins like riboflavin and niacin.

These minerals and vitamins are necessary for the immune system to work in tip top form. Mushrooms are also high in polysaccharides, sugar-like molecules that boost immune function.

Acai Berry

Antioxidant Rich Berry, Acai berry is a black-purple fruit that is derived from the acai palm tree in Brazil, Trinidad, and certain parts of South America.

The fruit is high in anthocyanins. These flavonoid molecules are very potent antioxidants. They combat oxidative stress in the body by mopping up free radicals.

Antioxidants are credited with boosting immunity and lowering inflammation in the body.

It's a Immune-Boosting Fruit. Acai berry is such a potent antioxidant and stimulator of the immune system, researchers are studying it as a potential treatment for all kinds of conditions.

Watermelon

Watermelon is an immune-boosting fruit. Have 2-cup serving of watermelon has 270 mg of potassium, 30% of the daily value of vitamin A, and 25% of the value of vitamin C. 2-cup serving of watermelon has just 80 calories.

Watermelon also provides vitamin B6 and glutathione. The body needs these vitamins, nutrients, and compounds like glutathione for proper immune function. Watermelon quench thirst for hydration.

Spinach

Spinach a high content of folate, vitamin A, vitamin C, fiber, magnesium, and iron. The nutrients in spinach boost immune function and provide the body with necessary nutrients for cell division and DNA repair.

Maximum benefits from spinach by eating it raw or lightly cooked to preserve nutrients.

Ginger

Antioxidant in ginger root have potent anti-inflammatory and immune-boosting properties. Normal metabolic processes in the body, infections, and toxins all contribute to the production of free radicals resulting in oxidative stress.

Antioxidants in foods like ginger quench free radicals and help guard against arthritis, cancer, neurodegenerative disorders, and may other conditions.

Grate some fresh ginger and steep it in hot water to make tea. Fresh grated ginger also makes a great addition to healthy stir fried veggies. Ginger has proven antibacterial and antiviral properties which is good for your body.

Miso Soup

Miso soup has been a staple in Japanese cuisine for centuries. Miso is a salty paste made from fermented soybeans.

It is rich in probiotics that are beneficial for gastrointestinal health and boosting the immune system. A lack of beneficial bacteria or an imbalance of bacteria in the GI tract is associated with a variety of medical conditions including Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), food allergies, gastroenteritis, inflammatory bowel (ulcerative colitis) and Crohn's disease), and even certain kinds of cancers.

Sipping a cup of miso soup is a great way to introduce beneficial food-based probiotics into the GI tract.

Is Wearing Face Mask Important!

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