1. Wash your hands after using the bathroom every time.
2. Avoid touching your (or anyone else's) eyes, nose, mouth, ears, or any orifice unless you're certain that your hands are clean.
3. Take a shower daily. A quick shower will suffice. Even wiping your body with a soapy, wet rag will achieve the desired effect, which is to remove any dead skin cells and unwanted visitors from the surface of your skin.
4. Cover your nose and mouth when you cough or sneeze. (best to do it with a tissue)
5. Clean your clothes and surroundings regularly. The idea is to remove any lingering germs from any surface you regularly come in contact both at home and at work or school (e.g. your office phone handset, your desk, your sheets, toilet bowl seat).
6. Exfoliate your face once or twice a day. Bathe after any activity that can make you dirty. Be sure to use moisturizing lotion.
7. Keep your nails clean. If possible, trim them weekly. Brush them daily with soap so that no dirt or residue remains beneath the nail. Don't bite your nails, either.
8. Brush and floss your teeth regularly to keep your mouth and gums from becoming a home for germs. This is especially important if you share food, drinks, and/or kisses with others. It will also help to prevent bad breath.
9. f you're around animals of any kind, don't touch them before eating. If you do, be sure to wash your hands before eating.
10. Don't lick your fingers (such as when turning pages in a book).
11. Menstruating women should take care to change pads or tampons frequently. Some menstrual cups can be sanitized by boiling between periods.
12. Wash your hair every second day.
13. If going out, brush your teeth/use mouthwash, make sure you are clean and have exfoliated your face, and shave. Wear perfume and deodorant, having brushed your hair too.
I know it's more than 10 but I thought it was important to tell you all of them:)
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