None of us like to think that those things that we use every day are carriers of germs and can be contagious.
Things that should not be shared with others if you want to reduce the risk of catching a viral illness or other infections.
Here are some common items that are better to use personally.
We often use TV remote control,keyboard but very rarely we clean it.So it may be infested with germs. Especially in cafe, hotel rooms, offices, hospitals and nursing homes,we must be very careful because there are more chances for different types of viruses and infections to happen.
Devices with touch screen
Currently there is a craze for smartphones and other devices with touch screens. Also, touch screens can be seen on ATMs in shops and other places. Although this device is very easy to handle, they are home to various infections, including E. coli, Staphylococcus aureus, and viruses that cause colds and flu. When experts have tested different types of surfaces on the germs and viruses, they found that the touch screen and keyboard were very positive.
Combs, toothbrushes and other items can be easy to forget, if you're suddenly out of the house. You know your friends and you think that there would be nothing wrong if you use his comb? You are mistaken. With the help of a toothbrush can transmit HIV, hepatitis B and C, and the comb can detect Staphylococcus aureus and other microbes.
As is the case with remote control, mobile phones are often used, but it is rarely rub. Experts also say that the phones used by women who are infected with more microbes than those enjoyed by men.Perhaps this is due to the fact that women on average more likely to get colds than men, and they often are in contact with children, or their phones are infected with the germs of cosmetics.
Recent studies have revealed that on the surface of many shopping carts can be detected, such bacteria as Salmonella, Staphylococcus and E. coli. Moreover, E. coli was found in 80 percent of store carts. You may want to carry antibacterial wipes?
The fact that the samples of cosmetics, taken from stores and pharmacies, have tested positive for infections such as Staphylococcus and E. coli. Moreover, the concentration of these bacteria was higher at weekends, when more buyers go to the store and tested the products.
Most people have a habit of putting a pen in their mouth, and this is an ideal way to transfer and spread of germs. Experts warn that everything from staph to the flu can be transmitted through the handle. So it is advised to clean the very often and not to put in mouth.