7 personal items you should never share with anyone for your health's sake
It is inappropriate to give other people your handkerchiefs. Did you know? These handkerchiefs may provide an ideal environment for the growth of germs. It is in your best interest to refrain from doing so.
You are doing everything completely incorrectly if you give your towel to another else to use. It is a well-known truth that after being used, a towel will get moist and heated since they are put up in dimly lit rooms to dry after usage.
It could come as a surprise to learn that germs that are already present on the skin have a tendency to migrate onto soap. Avoid using soaps that have been stored in public areas or that have been used by other people.
So, used toothbrush carries bacteria, including E.coli and staph. Those using each other’s toothbrushes have greater chances of infections leading to problems such as tooth decay.
If you are having a host of hair problems such as dandruff, hair fall, or lice then be careful while sharing the comb with others or using someone else’s comb. Doing so can invite scalp infections and scabies.
The use of flip-flops in public restrooms has been linked to an increased risk of infection transmission.
The transfer of bacteria to the mucous membranes of the mouth and lips, as well as the transmission of oral herpes, may occur when people share lip balm.