It turns out that being too clean is dangerous for he alth.
It turns out that being too clean is bad for your he alth. Scientists warn that an obsession with personal hygiene is bad for our skin
Skin allergies are on the rise among children in developed societies. It has to do with the purely Western obsession with cleanliness. Because of this, the child's immune system develops incorrectly, because the body does not encounter all sorts of bacteria and dirt during growth. This means that immunity is not strengthened!
It is believed that about 40% of people in Britain have some kind of allergy, although in the 1990s this figure was 20%. Scientists from the University of California are convinced that the contact of our skin with microbes has a positive effect on he alth. Bacteria cause an immune response, the body hardens and gets stronger, it is always “in shape”. Bruises and bruises heal faster.
Professor Richard Gallo observed that bacteria such as staphylococcus aureus cause inflammation when they enter the skin. But if they are on the surface of the skin epidermis, then they do not carry any harm to he alth. Moreover, studies in mice and human cells have shown that these bacteria even reduce inflammation.