Your tooth brush is going to be a safe habitat for germs

Your tooth brush is going to be a safe habitat for germs

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Your tooth brush is going to be a safe habitat for a lot of germs including E.Coli (a bacteria that cause diarhoea) if you leave it uncapped.


It is not a better idea to keep your brush in a toilet as toilet flush sprays a pretty large number of germs into the air.


So always keep your tooth brush covered and replace it with a new one frequently to keep germs away from yourself.


Remember that our body is capable to kill thousands of germs on daily basis, so don’t be panic but taking some steps to safe guard your health is not bad.


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This is a great reminder. Toothbrushes should also be changed often and washed thoroughly with clean water before and after every use.