Thursday, July 11, 2013

Proper Way to Wash your Hands and Facts about Antibacterial Soap

It's the proper way to clean your hands. hospital staff do this steps before performing operation.
 Or At least washing your hands thoroughly even not as much as the illustration.

Nature's Eye-proper way of hand washing or at least thoroughly washing hands:
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A description of antibacterial soap and when it's beneficial.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Walk into any supermarket looking for soap and the majority of what you see will be labeled antibacterial. The antibacterial craze has permeated into almost any type of cleaning agent: soaps, kitchen and bath cleaners, even sponges and cleaning cloths.
Photo: It's the proper way to clean your hands. hospital staff do this steps before performing operation.
                                        Antibacterial soaps were once used exclusively in hospitals or other settings where cleanliness was a prime consideration. The advertising agencies have done a thorough job of convincing the typical shopper that these products are not only beneficial but will also reduce their chance of illness.
The purpose of soap of any kind is to remove dirt and grime from the surface being cleaned. All soaps are made from a combination of acid and a base. The acid is always a fat of some type and the base is most often sodium hydroxide. Soap has two major functions: binding to oils, dirt and bacteria's and decreasing water's surface tension.

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  • Some scientists theorize that bacteria may develop a resistance to bactericidal agents over time.
  • Some bacteria actually benefit us. The normal population of bacteria on our bodies not only eats our sweat, but also helps defend us against truly harmful, invasive bacteria.
  • Many common diseases are viral in nature, anyway, and are therefore not prevented by antibacterial products.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), antibacterial soaps are not necessary, but washing your hands thoroughly with ordinary soap and warm water is one of the most effective ways to ward off infection.