62 percent of men do not wash their hands after using the toilet

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62 percent of men do not wash their hands after using the toilet

Do you always wash your hands after using the toilet, either to urinate or defecate? If not, then you are not the only one. A recent study reveal shocking facts about the reckless behavior of many people.

This study shows that 62 percent of men admitted to never wash their hands after using the bathroom. Meanwhile, about 40 percent of women do the same, as reported by the Daily Mail (27/02).

These results were obtained after a company, Initial Washroom Hygiene, conducted a survey of 100,000 people. This is considered the largest study to analyze the habit of washing hands. Now the company suggested that many people began to leave the reckless behavior.

Previous research found that after using the bathroom, someone will have about 200 million bacteria per inch on each of their hands. These bacteria can be passed from hand to mouth, as well as on all the objects touched by the hand.

Imagine if you do not wash their hands after using the bathroom. How many bacteria that you have spread throughout the body and all objects that you use? It’s not all bacteria can be dangerous. But do not rule out the possibility that so many parts of the bacteria attached on your hands is a bacteria that can cause diseases such as diarrhea, vomiting, and others.

Last year, researchers from the United States also showed the importance of washing hands after bathroom. they found that viruses and bacteria in the office that uses a shared bathroom can spread quickly as two to four hours. How, still want to maintain averse reckless behavior with washing hands after the bathroom?

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