Posts tagged 'Germs'
Summer is upon us! The warm months have begun and traveling season is in full swing! Whether it be a family vacation, weekend getaway, or business trip, feeling your best is essential to a positive traveling experience. During the change of seasons, there is an increased risk of getting sick. Not to mention, traveling introduces many other factors that can put you under the weather. Follow these 4 tips for smooth travels.
It’s during the school year and in the wintertime that children are inside most often, leading to a higher susceptibility to spreading germs to each other. Here are 5 things you can do this year to make sure that your children stay healthy and avoid the flu and other similar illnesses all together.
With a parade of germs constantly following you around, one of the healthiest and easiest habits that you can adapt is remembering to wash your hands. Not only does washing your hands prevent spreading germs to other people, it also keeps you from spreading germs to yourself. You should always wash your hands before eating and especially after you have used the restroom—even in your own bathroom, every time.
Germs are everywhere. Every time you shake someone’s hand, touch a door handle or borrow computer or cell phone, you are spreading and receiving germs. Germs are found in places that we normally don't think of as being unclean.
UV-C is a type of ultraviolet light, also known as Germicidal UV. It has the power to kill or incapacitate bacteria, mold, fungi, and viruses by destroying the DNA of dangerous pathogens. This is an extremely powerful technology to facilitate clean air, because there are no known microorganisms immune to UV-C energy.
No matter where you live, what you do for a living, or whom you surround yourself with, you’re certain to run into germs and other microorganisms every single day. Hand sanitizers and anti-bacterial sprays can deter the transfer of anything truly nasty, but are these always the appropriate solutions for the highly-trafficked germ breeding ground you might call your bathroom or kitchen?
If you have allergies, have trouble breathing, suffer from asthma attacks or any other issues related to your lungs, you should look in to the benefits of using a UV-C air sanitizer.