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Transcript of Hygiene
By: Meghan Bloch, Kali Brown, Pamela Brunkhorst, Sean Connell, Casey Lang, and Kaitlyn Smith
Remember your hygiene!
- Why does body
- Our Diet
- Deodorant versus
Build up of body's odors and bacteria
Shower at least once a day!!!
Use soap and shampoo
Prevents odors and disease
Make sure you brush your teeth 2 times a day for 2 minutes with toothpaste
Remember brush all surfaces of teeth including your tongue with back and forth strokes
Rinse your toothbrush out with water after every use and leave it out to dry
Change your toothbrush every 3 months to keep your teeth squeaky clean
Don’t forget to visit your dentist every 6 months for a healthy teeth check-up
And remember SMILE
Hand washing should be used whenever hands are dirty, or have touched dirty things. Example: After using bathroom, before eating, while handling food.
Use running water, apply soap, scrub for 20 seconds, rinse.
Do not use just water to wash hands, it is not effective.
Hand washing can prevent many diseases and sickness, germs are everywhere and preventing disease can stop with you.
Wash your hair every other day!
Always use shampoo, and if you have longer hair, make sure you use conditioner!
If you wash your hair TOO much it makes your scalp dry
If you wash you hair not enough it becomes too oily
If you have longer hair, pony tails and braids help you to stay lice free!
You can get lice if you share brushes or pillows or if your hair touches theirs!
If your hair is itching, go to the nurse!