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Advanced hygiene

 

Advanced hygiene using specially designed facial dip solutions and soap could significantly increase the bodyís production of the powerful antioxidant albumin.
Albumin is produced by the liver and in an interesting balance system the higher the level of antigens in the blood the less albumin the body will produce.
Some research has shown that scientific hygiene of the fingernails, eyes and nasal cavity can have a profound effect on reducing the overload on the immune system, thus reducing the number of antigens produced by the liver.
Apart from the almost miraculous turn arounds for conditions like allergies, sinusitis and rhinitis, the subsequent reduction of antigens when advanced hygiene is practised results in a dramatic increase of blood albumin levels.
Albumin travels through the blood picking up impurities and acting as a potent antioxidant. With a significant rise in blood albumin levels it is not unusual for more serious diseases to go into decline.
Advanced hygiene techniques can completely change your health freeing you from the majority of annoying colds, viruses and allergens.

Cleaning the hands

Over ninety percent of germs, viruses and allergens on the hands are harboured under the fingernails and thumbnails. For this reason it is essential to pay most of your attention to cleaning under your nails.
Using a natural soap push the soap up under your fingernails and thumbnails then wet your hands with warm running water. Spend at least ten seconds rubbing your hands together to work up a lather.
Rubbing your nails across your palms will help to clean your fingernails. Then rinse your hands with warm running water.
Infections are passed more easily if your hands are wet so it is essential to dry your hands thoroughly. You should wash your hands every time you go to the toilet and whenever they are soiled.

With prolonged use antibacterial soaps can be harsh on the skin. This may actually increase the chance of passing on infections as damaged skin harbours viruses and bacteria.
A natural soap containing emollients that help replenish the skinís natural oils is preferable to antibacterial soap.
And also, avoid soaps that are made with harsh chemicals like ethylene, diethylene, triethylene or propylene glycol.
The continued use of antibacterial soaps may also encourage the development of resistant strains of viruses and bacteria referred to loosely as superbugs.
Advanced hygiene is based on the significant reduction of allergens, viruses and other foreign invaders. Attempting to completely eliminate these foreign invaders using antibacterial soaps and solutions can be counterproductive to the immune system and especially to the development of a childís immune system.

To perform a facial dip simply fill a sink or a large bowl with warm water and add one tablespoon of iodised salt (ordinary table salt).
Dip your face into the water, blink your eyes a few times then gently blow bubbles through your nose for five or six seconds.
If your nose is blocked hold one nostril while slightly drawing the water up the other, repeating this process till your nose is clear. Dry your face with a towel and blow your nose when you finish.

Note :
Just cleaning your hands and face with care will make a huge difference in your health but for startling results these soaps and solutions are remarkable and scientifically proven to increase the body's albumin levels.

 


 
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