Every day, we use dozens of different things at home or in office, wher for food, cleaning or work. Most of m are harmless, but some can cause diseases that can sometimes be fatal.
Here are a group of household things that may cause illness, according to what was reported by “MSN” website:
Wearing tight jeans for long periods of time can be risky, as tight jeans can put pressure on nerves and cause difficulty moving.
Besides an increased risk of developing glaucoma (an eye disease that can lead to vision loss), wearing a tie increases risk of headache, dizziness and nausea. By compressing jugular vein and carotid artery, a neck tie can reduce blood flow to brain.
Your smartphone is probably thing you use most of day, but when it’s bedtime, it’s best to leave it outside your bedroom.
According to several studies, using a smartphone before bed can have a negative effect on your sleep. Your sleep may take longer, your sleep may be less refreshing, and you may have insomnia. The reason for this is effect of blue light from screen on human biological clock.
According to one study, laundry that comes out of washing machine is covered with harmful and beneficial bacteria. Researchers have discovered Escherichia coli bacteria in many garments, which often come from underwear where traces of faeces are usually found.
All dentists will tell you that brushing and flossing is one of best ways to combat cavities and plaque, but you need to know how to use your toothbrush properly. If you brush your teeth too hard or rub m from left to right instead of in a circular motion, it can cause gum damage, according to Canadian Dental Association.
Brushing your teeth right after a meal can do more harm than good, especially if you have eaten acidic foods.
One study advises that you wait at least 30 minutes after a meal before brushing your teeth. If you don’t, you run risk of damaging tooth enamel.