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Overcome Germ Anxiety: 5 Steps You Can Take To Cope With Mysophobia

Overcome Germ Anxiety: 5 Steps You Can Take to Cope with Mysophobia

In this day and age, being mindful of your surroundings is of the utmost importance. The ongoing global pandemic has not made it any easier, not just for ourselves but also for everyone around the world. It’s no secret that the infectious disease has created a sense of unease, especially to those who have germ anxiety or what is known as mysophobia.

As the number of COVID-19 cases and deaths related to it increase daily, so does the anxiety levels of every individual who live in fear of this infectious disease. Needless to say, mysophobia and germ anxiety should not be taken lightly. These deserve our attention, and we need to take all the required measures to cope and manage this condition.

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5 Handwashing Facts You Should Know About

5 Handwashing Facts You Should Know About

Handwashing week is the time to shed light on the importance of handwashing to our health. We touch hundreds of surfaces every day, and when you touch your face, dangerous bacteria and viruses could enter your eyes, nose, and mouth.   

Washing your hands is one of the best ways to combat germs and diseases. Diseases such as the common cold to other infections like COVID-19, pneumonia, hepatitis, and various types of diarrhea are caused by a lack of information. That is why it’s crucial to know the facts and avoid the dangers of improper hand hygiene practices.  

Equip yourself with the right knowledge with these handwashing facts.  

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Proven Handwashing Guide: How Long Should You Wash Your Hands?

Proven Handwashing Guide: How Long Should You Wash Your Hands?

Hand hygiene is one of the best measures to combat the spread of coronavirus disease, and washing your hands properly, reduces the chances of contracting the virus.  

COVID-19 spreads through water droplets from coughing or sneezing. Experts say that the virus lingers on surfaces for up to three days, which means you are more likely to get infected if you don’t practice good hand hygiene.  

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