Why should one avoid using soap bars while using public toilets

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Why should one avoid using soap bars while using public toilets

No matter how hard we try, sometimes we all land up using public toilets. However, there is no harm in using public toilets as long as they are clean. But we really need to take care of few things. After using restrooms, we often tend to wash our hands with the soap bar available there. We think we are cleaning ourself, but in reality, we are just carrying all the germs with us while we step out of a public restroom. In such a situation where you have no option but to wash your hands, make sure you don’t use a bar soap. Instead, go for a liquid hand wash. Or first make sure, you clean the soap bar and then rub it across your hands. It is actually a storehouse of germs and bacteria. (Also read: What are the reasons that our eyes keep on watering so often)

Why should one avoid using soap bars while using public toilets?
The soap bars are usually too much infected as they come in contact with thousands of people in a day. We are often at a high risk of catching the infection of Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), which is an antibiotic-resistant staph infection. Besides this, there is a norovirus present in these public soap bars which might lead to the problem of stomach infection. These soap bars are the storehouse of multiple bacteria and fungi which ultimately enters our body when we use them.

Though the soap bars have the tendency to cleanse themselves, however, many people use it. Therefore, it increases the risk of spread of infection. (Also read: What are the probable reasons that our heart is beating fast)

Thus, people tend to fall ill and catch various types of dangerous infections. It is best to use liquid soap rather than using a soap bar. You can also use hand sanitizer to ensure that you have not welcomed any foreign germ infection. There are many types of germs and infections which sick people carry along with them. If you want to keep away from these infections, stay away from soap bars. Make sure you wash your hands for around 20-30 seconds to ensure that you have clean hands. (Also read: What are the various signs that you have low blood sugar level)

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