1. Use sponge
The dirtiest place in the home is the kitchen, because there, every day, it is possible to cut all kinds of raw meat on the kitchen board, and then pour the sewage into the pool. The raw meat carries Escherichia coli, Salmonella, and other viruses and bacteria.
Many people are used to wiping the kitchen board or table with a sponge after meals. The soaked sponge will carry a large number of bacteria and other microorganisms. Therefore, the more times and places you wipe with a sponge, the more microorganisms spread.
2. Use a vacuum cleaner
Traditional vacuum cleaners can suck in larger particles of dust, such as floating on the floor. However, smaller dust particles may be leaked and re-enter the air. Therefore, when we use a vacuum cleaner to clean, it seems very clean, but in fact, there are many dust that can lead to allergy and asthma.
Pet allergens in dust particles and indoor dust contain high concentrations of harmful substances, such as heavy metals, lead, pesticides and other chemicals.
Treatment: when buying a vacuum cleaner, you should choose one with a HEPA filter. Compared with conventional vacuum cleaners, HEPA filters can absorb small dust and prevent it from entering the air again through the vacuum cleaner.
3. Eating roast meat
Barbecue meat contains a variety of substances that cause cancer, such as polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and heterocyclic amines. The fat in the meat spills and drips onto the grill, and the smoke after the fire will also produce polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. PAHs are mainly produced in meat products cooked at high temperature.
Treatment: limit the number of times you can eat barbecue meat. When barbecue meat, wrap it in tin foil and then bake it or bake it in a microwave oven.
4. Sitting in front of the TV for a long time
Many people like to sit by the TV for a long time to kill time, which is an unhealthy lifestyle, especially watching TV while eating snacks. A study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association circulation shows that every hour of watching TV increases the risk of death from various causes by 11%, the risk of death from cancer by 9%, and the risk of death from cardiovascular related diseases by 18%.
Compared with those who watched TV for less than two hours a day, those who watched TV for more than four hours a day had a 46% increased risk of death from various causes and an 80% increased risk of death from cardiovascular related diseases.
Treatment: turn off the TV, throw away the snacks and go out for a walk.
5. Open the window for a long time
When the weather is sunny, we like to open the window and breathe fresh air. Therefore, some people like to leave windows open for a long time, which may be an unhealthy move. Seasonal allergens and the air quality in many cities are very worrying.
Treatment: it is enough to open the window for 30 minutes every day. The window opening time is better from 9:00 to 11:00 in the morning or from 2:00 to 4:00 in the afternoon. Because in these two periods, the temperature has risen, and the harmful gas deposited in the bottom of the atmosphere has dispersed, the window ventilation effect is better.