Gross, is not it? According to a recent study of Standford University the smartphone is probably a filthier than a general toilet in the toilet. But you put the digital side button to your face every day without flinching or giving it another thought. So if you do not regularly clean your device, you may be overly awake.
Several studies in recent years have shown that cell phones should have one of the most cultivated bacteria that you will come into contact with day by day. Forget the doorstep, the baskets and the bottom of your shoe – Official enemy number one sits in the pocket, probably increasing the number of diseases at this moment. One recent study * even found that "1-in-6 cell phones are contaminated by fecal content." That is correct. Poop – On the phone.
A Breeding Ground For Germs
Why? Indoor smartphone warming is a germ-grown breeding area and is a perfect environment for these metastases, as they are comfortable in your pocket or pocket. Also, when is the last time you went somewhere without your phone? If you're like most, it's with you from the moment you get up the moment you call it at night. Even then, it's still next to recharging the battery. Think about it the second time. It takes you to work, to eat … in the bathroom – Give bacteria plenty of chance to stay on a trip.
iPhone or Droid, especially her show, is a magnet magnet, collecting newcomers every time you touch something and then bring your phone with you, easy to move them at your fingertips. So, every time you put your device next to your mouth, stop adding millions of bacteria to your face. Add a study by London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine in 2010, which states that the average handset carries 18 times more potentially harmful bacteria than the school hand in the men's public hall. Yikes.
What to do
While your device can sometimes spread bacteria and help you get sick, you have probably built up an appropriate stamina and safe. So before you go to a protective sphere, please follow these simple suggestions to combat dirty phones.
1) Use a wipe – Clear your smartphone daily with non-corrosive antimicrobial wipe Search the electronics of a particular brand.
2) Swab It Down – If you have a keyboard or keyboard, start cleaning it with a cotton swab dipped in a thin clove. Be careful not to rub too hard and not get any rubbish alcohol inside the phone.
3) Wash your hands – We look like your mom here, but dirty hands are the most common way smart devices get mixed with germs. Wash them several times during the day, especially after using the toilet.
See How Many Germs Are On Your Phone
For a fun, quick question to see about. how many bacteria live on your phone, visit www.theoatmeal.com/quiz/phone_germs
Source by Jeff O Lyons