Death In A Bottle: A Lot Of People Use This Product Daily Without Being Aware That It Is Slowly Killing Them

Wash your hands before having meal’ this is a common thing our mothers keep repeating and make us do all the time. It is good for our health as we know a large amount of infection spread when we shake hands or use hand to play or even use to operate our smartphone. The dirt, germs, and virus which stick on the things which will lift with our hands get transferred to our body when we eat food without washing our hands.

It is difficult to find time to wash hands and locate water nearby especially when we are traveling. Thus, a very useful product came in the market known as a sanitizer.

We often use sanitizers to clean our hands as it is convenient, it saves water and ensures that our hands are free from germs before we have our meal.

However, a shocking news came which will make you thick twice the next time to want to use sanitizer to clear off bacteria and dirt from your hand.

Researchers have now found that in the process of destroying the harmful germs and bacteria on our hands, the sanitizers are destroying the good bacteria’s as well.

These good bacteria are very useful to keep the balance of our immune system and fight the infection. As the good bacteria get killed regularly the immunity gets weaker and thus our ability to cope with inflammations, infection and other health issues goes down.

Additionally, frequent use of hand sanitizer leads to increase in the amount of Bisphenol A in our body. This chemical has a negative effect on the endocrine system which takes care of the production of hormones, body functionality and maintains the organs and tissues in our body.

The high level of Bisphenol A in our body increases the risk of cancer, heart trouble, diabetes, and infertility.

So, next time when you can to clean your hands just go for regular soap and water was instead of using sanitizers.

Share this important information with your friends and family members to keep them safe from the harmful health issues.