Monday, October 4, 2010

Toothbrushes and Toilet Bacteria

Toothbrush and Toilet Bad Bacteria

It is said that dental toothbrushes and toilet bacteria are somehow connected. Latest discoveries show that your dental toothbrush is full of influenza virus, herpes simplex I, streptococci& staphylococci bacteria that cause gum disease, cavities, and even diarrhea illness. All of them can survive and even thrive in high numbers on your toothbrushes.
Scientists have found more than 10,000,000 bacteria living on a single toothbrush. This huge number does not vary a lot. Now think how dangerous becomes the everyday procedure of ‘cleaning’ your teeth if not to take the right care about your dental toothbrush.
The main reason of all this is considered the wrong bathroom design, easily met in many today houses. The restroom and the bathroom are usually situated in the same area. When you flush the toilet many water droplets are expelled from the toilet bowl into the air and affect toothbrush, walls, shelves, floor, sink, & towels.
Our recommendation is to keep your toothbrush out of toilet.
from    Farook Ali

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