Personal hygiene are behaviors that must be practiced in daily life, starting from morning to sleep time to protect our health. The food we eat, how we maintain our physical cleanliness, physical activity, and safe sexual relationships all have a significant impact on keeping excellent physical health.
ersonal hygiene is intimately involved with health. Lack of personal hygiene can lead to parasites, worms, scabies, blisters, tooth decay, diarrhea, and dysentery. Cleanliness is a major factor in preventing all of these illnesses.
Creating a personal hygiene routine
If you want to improve your personal hygiene, the following strategies might be helpful:
Set a reminder on your phone to never forget to do things like shower or teeth brushing
Hang a reminder in the bathroom to wash your hands after using the toilet.
Practice makes perfect
Add a new hygiene habit and make it your priority. Practice it for a week or two.
7 healthy habits for your personal hygiene
#1 Shower Hygiene
Showering with soap helps rinse away dead skin cells, bacteria, and oils
#2 Hand Hygiene
Wash your hands when you handle food, before you eat, if you handle garbage
#3 Nail Hygiene
Trim your nails regularly and avoid biting
#4 Teeth Hygiene
Brush at least twice a day for 2 minutes, floss between your teeth daily
#5 Toilet Hygiene
Wash your hands after you use the restroom
#6 Sickness Hygiene
Cover your mouth and nose when sneezing
#7 Space Hygiene
Keep your room and clothes clean and organized
Keep in mind:
- Poor personal hygiene habits can lead to some minor side effects, like body odor and greasy skin as to more troublesome or even serious issues!
- Your self-esteem may also be impacted by poor hygiene practices. You can gain confidence and a sense of satisfaction in your appearance by feeling and looking respectable.