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Do’s and Don’ts for Personal Hygiene During Illness

Personal Hygiene During Illness:
Doctors recommend doing 4 things when ill to maintain hygiene. By following these steps, you can ensure that the infection does not get passed on to others.

Infections cause a lot of stress and take a toll on one’s health. The good news is that they can be prevented by avoiding harmful bacteria. This involves not coming in contact with contagious infections and maintaining personal hygiene.
But what happens if you are are the carrier of the infection? You can easily spread it through direct or indirect contact. In this case, maintaining hygiene is a must to ensure the health of those around you. It includes practicing good hand hygiene, carrying a tissue, and avoiding crowded places.

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