Attention! See why I don’T have to put NEVER your hands on these points in your body

Four points on the body that you don’t have to touch it with your hands…
Try to think of this in your mind your body as your own, personal “temple”. You can use it and take care of him, but there are some points which you should not touch!
Research shows that the hands play a very important role in the spread of bacteria. Even after washed, the hands and fingers are filled again quickly with a different bacteria from the surfaces with which we come in contact. This becomes even more intense when you don’t have to cut good your nails.
See those parts of your body, which experts claim that you should avoid to touch them with your hands:
Skin face
You can use your hands to wash your face or apply some cream skincare. But otherwise, keep away. When you rest your hands on a dirty surface, and then put them on your face, you increase the probability to stick to some kind of illness, or you have a flare in acne. Your fingers contain oils that can close the pores of your skin.
Eyes
A separate category on the face is sensitive eyes. Only if you put your contact lenses or if you’re trying to remove some “garbage”, apologising to you put your hands in your eyes. Otherwise you risk to transfer germs in the wet tissue or on the surface of the eye and to display contamination.
Mouth
Research in britain. The uk has shown that on average people put their hands in their mouth about 23.6 times per hour (!) when “bored” at work. But when it was busy, they still had to do 6,3 times at the time. This is a problem. Research published in the Journal of Applied Microbiology showed that 1/3 to 1/4 of the microbes that exist in one person’s hands is transferred to his mouth. From there, the infection of the same individual is more likely, and the transmission through and the most simple kissing is equally possible.
On the inside of your nose
Apart from the unsightly habit, it’s dangerous for your health. According to a survey of 2006, which was published in the scientific journal Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology, people who put their fingers in their nose are 51% more likely to have the bacterium staphylococcus aureus in the nasal cavity.