One way to keep your child’s body healthy is to wash your hands regularly. By keeping the body and environment clean, infectious diseases can be prevented up to 90 percent.
Hand washing is known as one way to prevent the onset of germ-related diseases and is considered most effective in stopping the disease transmission process. However, to achieve such effectiveness, hand washing should be done in the right way.
Hand washing is the most important element of rubbing the palms of the hands, back of hands, between fingers, and fingertips. “How the sequence is not a problem, the most important of all the above-mentioned elements done.
Hand washing is not just a movement of washing, starting from the palm of the hand, the back of the hand, between the fingers, locking the palms, then turn the fingertips in the palm of the hand. It is proven to be very effective at removing germs in the palm of the hand. Hand washing is much more effective than just washing hands with ordinary movements only.
“By hand washing routine alone, it has already reduced 45 percent to reduce the risk of diarrhea, especially with the ability to maintain environmental hygiene, which can reach 90 percent prevention of infectious diseases such as Worms, Hepatitis, infections of the lungs, Tipoids. Hand washing is required in the following times.
“Wash hands with soap should be done on four habits, such as before eating, from the toilet, after the activity, after holding the animal and before feeding the baby,”.
Five handwashing habits that will be easy to do if children get used early. In addition to maintaining the cleanliness of the environment and the body in children, should be done continuously at home and school.