Proper hand washing should use soap and under running water.While the steps to good hand washing technique is as follows.
Wet hands with water under a faucet or running water.
.Take enough liquid soap to the entire hand. It would be better if the soap contains antiseptic.
.Rub your palms together.
.Rub down to the fingertips.
. Palm of the hand rubs the back of his left hand (or vice versa) with the fingers interlocked (criss-cross) between the right and left.Rub it between your fingers. Do the opposite.
.Put your finger back to each other back and interlock your fingers.
.Rub right thumb with left palm with a rotary motion. Do the same with the left thumb.
.Rub your palms with the back of the fingers of one hand with the movement forward, backward and turning. Do the opposite.
.Hold your right wrist with his left hand and do the twist. Do it anyway for the left hand.
.Clean hands with soap from flowing water.
.Dry hands using a tissue and when use the faucet, close the faucet with a tissue.
Drying with a tissue to dry the hand is better than using common hand dryer in the mall. Because the hand dryer in a similar manner to accommodate a lot of bacteria that can infect other people.
When You Wash Hands?
Hand washing is generally done just before eating, before preparing food, after handling raw meat, before and after touching a sick person, after using the bathroom, after coughing or sneezing or blowing your nose, after changing diapers or pads, before and after treating wounds, after cleaning or taking out the trash, after touching animals or animal waste.
You should also teach good hand washing habits to your child this young. A child is happy to learn about and touch everything without knowing whether the object is dirty or not. Then put his hand into the mouth or eating without washing hands. As a result the child may suffer from the disease. According to the study, the number 1 disease killer of children in Indonesia is due to diarrhea, although this can be prevented by teaching children to wash hands.
Given the importance of washing hands, then any ladder proclaimed October 15 as Global Hand washing Day. Familiarize yourself and your family to wash your hands right now.