Steam is essential to avoid bacteria before Cleaning Nose ,
Eyes and Mouths by Eyes of Dr. Zeeshan Qaiser
Daily 3 to 4 minutes to save your Physiological system of your body from Virus
Steam will kill bacteria on contact. Most of bacteria will be killed at 180F for 3 to 4 minutes.
Steam cleaners and steam cleaning does kill most viruses and bacteria, but there's a catch. The steam has
to be hot enough.
Typically, steam will disinfect and kill 99% of bacteria, viruses, and more with at least three minutes of
sustained contact at a temperature between 175 and 212 degrees Fahrenheit. Of course, the higher the
temperature, the better. A steam cleaner is a fairly simple appliance. In just a couple of steps, a steam
cleaner can take ordinary tap water and turn it into a powerful natural cleaning solution.
Step 1: Water is first heated past its boiling point and is forced out as pressurized steam through
the cleaner's nozzle, brush, or other attachment.
Step 2: This vapor kills viruses and germs, as well as loosens dirt and grime on your surfaces.
Since high-heat moisture dries quickly, no suction is needed.
What Kind of Water to Use
Tap water has different amounts of minerals, depending on where you live. They can gum up your
humidifier and breed bacteria that get spewed into the air along with water vapor. The minerals also
can form a fine white powder that can lead to crusty deposits in the machine -- another breeding
ground for bacteria. These issues are more common with ultrasonic and impeller humidifiers.
Distilled water, available in grocery stores, has fewer minerals, but it’s not clear that it’s any better
than tap water as long as you clean your humidifier regularly.
How to Cleaning Nose before taking Steam?
The Nose is a big source of to transmitted bacteria outside from to inside from body Saltwater washes
(saline lavage or irrigation) help keep the nasal passages open by washing out thick or dried mucus. They
can also help improve the function of cilia that help clear the sinuses. This can help prevent the spread of
infection to the other sinuses and reduce post-nasal drip.
1. Prepare the water according to CDC guidelines to avoid bacterial contamination*
2. Do the nasal wash leaning over a sink or basin.
3. Blow your nose several times to completely remove mucus.
4. Enjoy the benefits of a clearer nose.
5. Don't forget to clean your nasal wash equipment after each use.
How to Cleaning Eyes before taking steam?
Eyes is another Source to enter bacteria outside to inside in our body therefore fill an eyecup or
small juice glass with lukewarm water. Put your eye over the cup of water and open your eye to
rinse your eye and flush the object out. You can pour lukewarm water into your eye or hold your
eye under a faucet to flush out your eye.
1. Use your tears. Gently pull your upper eyelid down so it hangs over your lower lashes. ...
2. Flush it. You can also rinse your eye with cool water from a sink. ...
3. Wipe it. If you see the small object on your eyeball, you can try to get it out by gently swiping
with a wet washcloth. ...
4. Don't rub.
How to Cleaning mouth before taking steam?
Indirect transmission is possible when one’s hands encounter the virus from a contaminated surface and
transmit the virus to the mouth and Month is one of the big sources to enter bacteria inside the body, if we
are exercising to take steam we need to clean the source first where the steam enter inside the body
thereof we should clean our mouth before taking steam.
1. Gently brush w/o past your teeth on all sides with a soft-bristle brush...
2. Use small circular motions and short back-and-forth strokes.
3. Brush w/o past carefully and gently along your gum line.
4. Lightly brush w/o past your tongue or use a tongue scraper to help keep your mouth clean.