Staying healthy is not just about what you eat or how often you exercise, it is also about your hygiene. We touch hundreds of things every day and transfer thousands of germs around without a second thought. It is in small work environments or hospitals however, where most people contract a common bacterial infection, staphylococcus aureus, or staph infection.

A staph infection is usually found on the skin or in the nose and may appear as an abscess on the body that is discolored, swollen and more often painful. Staph infections are contagious so it is important to take precautions every day to protect yourself. Do not share personal hygiene items. The bacteria is not usually transferred through saliva or hugging but sharing a razor or eye drops are easy ways for the bacteria to enter your body. If the bacteria enters your bloodstream the infection has the potential to become fatal. It is best to keep all wounds covered and treat them correctly, wear shoes in public places, especially locker room showers, and wash your hands often with soap.

I recommend taking Dr. Ohhira’s Probiotic supplements to help prevent or treat staph infections. The probiotics helps your body produce good bacteria it needs to fight off the bad ones each day. It contains “12 strains of live lactic acid bacteria, 4 organic acids, 10 vitamins, 8 minerals, and 18 amino acids.” Dr. Ohhira’s products are famous for treating and preventing not only staph infections but e coli, stomach ulcers, and even morning sickness. There is also a Dr. Ohhira’s probiotics soap available. It is great for everyday use to keep your hands germ free and moisturized. It can also be used on the face to heal acne. Taking the right precautions are so effective in keeping your body in good health!

References:

http://drohhiraprobiotics.com/dr_ohhira_probiotics_about.php

http://www.staph-infection-resources.com/mrsa-infection-control.html

 

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