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Simple rules for personal health and hygiene

Are you following a plan for your personal hygiene, or do you wake up in the morning, shower, brush and dry your hair, use the bathroom throughout the day, and go to bed at night? Are? If you only do the latter, you need to put more planning and preparation into your personal care and grooming.

Cleanliness is seen as an afterthought these days, and neglecting your own personal hygiene can lead to health and social problems that you are not even aware of. For example, bad breath is a common problem – the perpetrator is often blamed for it, but may not be paying attention. Problems like dandruff are forgivable, but looking good is usually the result of a lot of care and attention to personal grooming. If you want to feel and look your best every day, then you should put some time and effort into it.

All external parts of the body require time and attention. Below is a partial list of body parts that you should consider with your grooming plan. Here are some tips to meet your most common and common daily grooming needs.


Firstly, keep your hair in a length and style that you can maintain properly in a neat manner at all times. Wash your crown at least twice per week, using a mild shampoo that is free of borax or lye. Using soap is not a good idea, as it can leave a sticky layer on your hair. Shampoo is meant to completely wash your hair. Make sure to towel dry your hair thoroughly after washing, and be careful with the blow dryer. You don’t want your hair to be very dry and brittle. Especially if you have long or thick hair, brush it three to four times a day with a soft-bristled brush or wide-tooth comb. Be sure to wash your hair grooming tools every time you wash your hair. And oil your scalp with grooming oil once a week, preferably an hour before you wash it. A hot oil treatment is fine—if you know exactly what you’re doing.

Coloring or dyeing the hair is not recommended, as no existing color has been found to be completely safe for long-term use. These contain chemicals that can seep into your scalp and cause premature hair loss. That’s why we recommend not using hair dye if possible. Also, try not to wear the hat for too long. Wearing a hat has also been shown to cause premature hair loss. Redheads especially need to be concerned, as they are subject to early hair loss.

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A good bath once or twice a day is essential for cleanliness and good grooming. You should always shower after any strenuous physical activity. Mild soaps are best, and you don’t need to use disinfectant or antiseptic soaps unless you have a medical or “odor” problem. Bath brushes, bath sponges and mildly abrasive scrubbers are recommended. You should also pay special attention to your genital and anal area, as a lack of care for these can lead to serious infections – as well as an inadequate sex life. Wash yourself thoroughly after washing, and be sure to use a dry and clean towel to dry yourself properly. Never share towels, try not to share bathing equipment, and wash all your equipment after each shower. Wash your shower equipment in water, and then under hot running water, by adding one teaspoon of bleach to one gallon of warm water. And always wear completely clean underwear after every shower.

The good thing is to use a good organic moisturizing oil or cream every day, especially as you get older. Apply it at night to avoid that sticky feeling, and so it doesn’t attract dust and filmy dirt throughout the day.


Brush your teeth two to three times daily, or after meals or snacks as needed. It is especially important to brush right before bedtime. Focus on removing particles of food stuck between your teeth. For this flossing is highly recommended than a toothpick. You only need a pea-sized amount of toothpaste on your toothbrush. When brushing, brush the top teeth and the bottom teeth in a circular motion. Also, brush the inner and outer surface of your teeth and carefully brush your tongue before each brushing.

Never share your toothbrush with anyone. It should have flexible bristles, and should be thoroughly washed and thoroughly cleaned to dry after each use. Try using organic toothpaste, which is completely safe and free of harsh abrasives or strong antiseptics. Baking soda has been found to be a very effective substitute for toothpaste, if you don’t mind its strong taste.

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You should always be washing your hands. There is no such thing as too many times. If they become dry then use a good hand cream. Pay attention to your nails while washing your hands. A good nail brush kept near your bathroom sink is a good investment. Use soap after every wash, and always wash before and after meals — and after going to the bathroom. Many infections such as E. coli are caused every day by people who do not wash their hands after going to the bathroom. One should keep washing hands while preparing food.


Your nails completely replace themselves every five to six months. You need them well trimmed, and preferably buffed and polished too. Men can polish their nails and use nail polishing tools instead of polish to give a healthy shine to their nails. Women can of course polish their nails with pretty colors, which can hide discoloration that comes with age. Trim your nails to the length you want, but never cut them too close to the skin. If your nails break easily, consider adding more protein to your diet, since finger and toe nails are all made up of protein. Consuming gelatin can work for this.

Very brittle, extremely yellow or discolored nails can be a sign of a serious health problem. Please see your doctor immediately if you have it. Also, do not always keep your nails colored with polish. This can strip away the natural keratin of the nails. Also, either go out or get yourself a manicure and pedicure at home once every two weeks. Be sure and buy a very good manicure kit for this purpose.


Many people do not care for their feet at all, they usually suffer. Always cut your toe nails, shape the nails but don’t cut too close to the skin. Always scrub your feet thoroughly with a pumice stone or a mildly abrasive brush when you shower, and dry carefully between your toes, before putting on your socks. Try to wear clean cotton socks every day; It will caress your feet and will not keep them dry and smelly. Powder your feet after showering. Try not to wear the same pair of shoes every day and rotate your pairs of shoes. And make sure you wear comfortable shoes. Comfort and safety should come before stylishness. High heels can shorten important calf muscles.

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Your underarms don’t smell bad until you hit your preteens. That’s when your apocrine glands, which are located under your arms and around your genitals, start working, producing a milky, oily type of sweat. Bacteria then thrive in this sweat, causing the familiar underarm odor.

To control the strong odor, you can wash daily with an antibacterial soap like Lever 2000. You should always wear clean clothes that are free from stains and sweat. Use a deodorant that is also an antiperspirant, which will wick away moisture in the armpits. Cut down on your caffeine intake—it puts your apocrine glands into overdrive. After showering, dust yourself liberally with a fine talcum powder. Always drink plenty of water to flush your system of toxins and regulate your bowels. This alone can eliminate some of the problems you may be having with “odor”.


Getting a “healthy body” is no longer considered healthy. Now doctors are telling us that you shouldn’t dwell on your pale skin. Skin cancer, which is often fatal, is not a fair tradeoff for looking good. When out in the sun, protect your fair skin with at least an SPF 30 sunscreen lotion. Keep your skin oily and moisturized during summers, and don’t bother with the “bronze look”.

body hair

Around puberty, your hair follicles respond to growth hormones in your body. You can end up with hair around your belly button, on your back, near your breasts and, for both women and men, on your upper lip. If it’s particularly thick, see your doctor, as you may have a treatable hormonal imbalance. Some “peach fuzz” like this is normal for girls, and if it looks unsightly to you, you can try bleaching or removing it. Nair is known to be a gentle permanent hair remover.

I hope you find these simple rules helpful for you. If you follow your own careful grooming and personal care plan, you’ll feel better, look more attractive, and probably live a longer, happier, and more satisfying life.

Source by Karen S Cole

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