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describe the effects of poor personal hygiene on health and wellbeing
from Read more: Read more: The daily routine of brushing your teeth, [ washing your body and applying deodorant might seem cumbersome at times, especially when you're in rush. But hygiene plays a much bigger part than just making you look presentable. Good hygiene protects you from illness and disease, and it affects the way you feel about yourself and other people feel about
you. Illness Washing your hands is one of the first lines of defense against disease and illness, and simply washing your hands properly is the best way to prevent the spread of illness, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or CDC. The CDC says you should wash your hands for 15 to 20 seconds with antibacterial soap. Neurotransmitter Testing Children's Brain Wellness Program $25 off through December 31, 2011 Sponsored Links Dental Disease Brushing your teeth each morning and night gives you better breath, but it also protects you from a bevy of dental diseases, including cavities, tooth decay and gingivitis, according to FamilyDoctor, a website of the American Academy of Family Physicians. By not brushing your teeth, or brushing ineffectively, you can end up with dental problems that are expensive and painful. Also Depression can be one of the effects of poor personal hygiene. ]
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