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    LET’S be honest, the majority of us don’t change our bed sheets as often as we should. It’s one of the biggest household chores and we often find ourselves putting it off for longer than we should. Getty 2 It’s time you gave your beloved pillows a the wash But did you know that you need to wash your pillows too? Just like your sheets, you need to give your actual pillows a clean as well. While you should wash your sheets every two weeks at least, you can get away with leaving your actual pillows for slightly longer. However, you definitely need to wash them more frequently than you’re doing it. Get ready to be shocked. You should always check the care label on your pillows, but guidelines advise that our pillows should be washed every three to six months. Most read in Fabulous HUGE SNUB Meg DEVASTATED as Obama never even considered inviting her to A-list bday CROWN DUEL Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson join The Queen as Meghan shunned by Obamas KLO-UP Khloe Ks shocking body...
    A PRISTINE pad is good for your health and your stress levels, but when it comes to cleaning your home – how often is often enough? You probably already know that you should be giving your kitchen and bathroom a good scrub at least once a week, but what about your microwave, toilet brush and washing machine? (Despite the name, it’s not self-cleaning!) 3Henry Paterson, Senior Operations Executive at Housekeep revealed how often we should be cleaning our home and how best to tackle those tricky spotsCredit: Getty We spoke to an expert to find out how often you really need to be cleaning everything in your home – and how best to tackle those tricky spots. Microwave and kettle If your microwave is splattered with leftover takeaway from last month, some elbow grease is overdue. Henry Paterson, Senior Operations Executive at Housekeep, says you should be using a multi-surface spray and a clean, damp microfibre cloth to wipe the inside and outside of your microwave, as well as the outside of other appliances like the kettle, every week when...
    CHILDREN'S hair is much weaker than adults', so it doesn't require the same amount of washing and treatment.  Regular washes are needed. However, if you wash your little one’s hair too often, it can become harmful as their delicate scalp can get damaged. 2Their skin tend to be more sensitive than adults so kid-friendly products should be usedCredit: Alamy For most kids, shampooing daily can strip hair of its natural oils - so parents need to be careful not to wash their hair too much. From nine-years-old onwards, hair tends to get greasy more easily, so you can then start to wash your child's hair more often each week.  Don’t forget there’s certain lifestyle choices that impact your child’s hair regime, like swimming classes!  Don’t worry if this all sounds confusing as we’ve spoken to the experts to find out exactly how often you should wash your kids’ hair and the products you should avoid. TO SHAMPOO OR NOT TO SHAMPOO? Joyce French, hygiene expert at HomeHow, revealed when parents wash their child’s hair, they should steer clear of using...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – When actors Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis said during a recent interview they don’t shower every day and don’t bathe their kids daily, they opened a shower of social media reaction. While those who shower daily might initially react, “Gross!”, Dr. Charles Mount, who heads up the Dermatology Department at the Allegheny Health Network doesn’t take issue with their practice. “I think it’s okay to miss days bathing or showering,” he tells KDKA-TV in Pittsburgh. But…he also says, “I think it is perfectly fine to bathe and shower every day as adults. Not wanting to have any body odor that would affect us socially or professionally. It’s all a valid concern. So, you know, doing all the right showering, bathing, once a day. It’s okay.” READ MORE: Bacteria At Will Rogers Beach, Mothers Beach Exceeds State Standards All the right showering? Dr. Mount explains overdoing your shower can actually harm your skin if you are in the shower too long and use the wrong soap. “That honestly is a bigger problem that can dry out your skin and cause other...
    THERE are conflicting views as to how many times a week people should shower. Depending on your hair and skin type, you may believe that showering every day is best  - or worse - for your skin if it’s particularly sensitive. 1Excessive showering can cause skin irritationCredit: Getty To answer the question, how often should you shower, the quick answer would be it depends on your lifestyle. But don’t worry, we’ve spoken to the experts to answer how many times you should shower as well as rounded up the best tips for effective washing.  While we can also warn you of the things people are doing wrong… HOW OFTEN YOU SHOULD SHOWER Joyce French, cleaning expert at HomeHow, said a lot of people are actually showering too much without realising.  In fact, it can actually be doing more damage than good.  She said: “The majority of people shower once or twice a day, however, this can actually be damaging to the skin.  “This is because regular showering can cause excess irritation from soap and water, as this can remove the...
    (The Conversation)There's nothing quite like crawling into bed, wrapping up in your blankets, and nestling your head into your pillow. But before you get too comfortable, you might want to know that your bed isn't all that dissimilar to a petri dish. The combination of sweat, saliva, dandruff, dead skin cells and even food particles make it the optimal environment for a whole host of germs such as bacteria, fungi, viruses and even tiny bugs to grow.Here are just a few of the things that lurk beneath our covers.Your bed may host bacteriaOur beds can play a host to a vast variety of bacterial species.Read MoreFor example, research looking at hospital bed linens found that Staphylococcus bacteria were common. These bacteria are typically harmless, but can cause serious illness when they enter the body through an open wound -- and certain species of Staphylococcus can cause more harm than others.Take Staphylococcus aureus, which is fairly contagious and can cause skin infections, pneumonia and worsen acne. Not only have S. aureus been found to live on pillowcases, research also shows that...
    Hollywood power couple Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher sparked debate when they revealed they only wash their children when they can 'see dirt' - but experts say they're relaxed approach to personal hygiene is perfectly acceptable. Angela Spencer, a UK-based pregnancy, birth and parenting expert with over 20 years' experience, told FEMAIL that while there are stricter rules on when and how babies and toddlers should be bathed, it matters far less once children reach primary school age. She suggested parents should bathe their children a minimum of twice a week, although 'common sense' should prevail.   'If they’ve had a busy day, got dirty and in need of a bath, then have a bath,' she said. 'However, if you’ve had a lazy day, no one is really that dirty I reverted back to the "top and tail" scenario. That includes brushing teeth and hair.'  The American Academy of Dermatology Association (AAD) offers similar advice and states children aged between six and 11 only need to be bathed a minimum of 'once or twice' a week, although washing them more won't...
    Celeb couple Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher have hit the headlines for announcing that they "only bathe" their kids "when they can see dirt on them". Many people are up in arms about the comment, as they believe children need their baths far more often - but who's right? 3Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis have said that they only wash their children when they can see they're dirtyCredit: Getty - Contributor 3You don't need to wash your children every day according to expertsCredit: Getty According to experts, you might not need to wash your child every day. The NHS recommends that you do not need to give a newborn and older babies a bath everyday - but if they really enjoy it, there's no reason why you shouldn't. They suggest you may prefer to wash their face, neck, hands and bottom instead. This is often called "topping and tailing". The NHS advises parents to choose a time when their baby is awake and content and to make sure the room is warm. Then use a bowl of warm water,...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The extreme heat can be difficult to deal with for every member of the family, including pets. Viewers sent in questions about how to handle the hot streak, and WCCO’s Pafoua Yang found some answers. Dr. William Roberts is an M Health Fairview family medicine physician and director of the Family Medicine Dept. Program in sports Medicine at University of Minnesota Medical School. Roberts answered questions about hydration. READ MORE: Minnesota Weather: Heat Advisory In Effect Friday Afternoon, Evening Severe Storms Possible How often should we be hydrating? When it’s really hot like this you’re going to sweat more, especially if you’re working outside. You have to be careful and you want to make sure you get enough fluid so your urine is looking kind of pale yellow like lemonade. If it’s starting to get darker, you’re not getting quite enough fluid in. Your sweat loss is different than mine, that’s why urine color is the easiest to judge how much fluid you need. Is there such thing as drinking too much water? You can drink too...
    A professional cleaner has shared exactly how she deep cleans a shower, and why you need to be doing her method once a week in order to see the best results. Kacie, who spends her time cleaning holiday houses and people's homes in and around Melbourne and the Mornington Peninsula - said dishwashing liquid is the secret to a sparkling shower. When you use it, you don't even need to finish with a glass cleaner.  Scroll down for video A professional cleaner has shared exactly how she deep cleans a shower, and why you need to be doing her method once a week in order to see the best results (pictured) RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Home baker shares her incredible take on tiramisu after... The baby name NO ONE is using for their son anymore - as the... What happens to your body when you don't exercise: Personal... The perfect soup: Dietitians reveal their favourite... Share this article Share Kacie, who spends time cleaning holiday houses...
    IF you thought washing your towels once a week gives you the world's most organised title then think again, because an expert has revealed just how often you should actually be washing them. In order to maintain cleanliness and prevent gross bacteria from spreading, home stylist Liz Amaya, from Brisbane, Australia said towels should be washed every single day. 5Home stylist Liz Amaya revealed how often we should be washing our towels in a clip on Instagram You read that right, every day, particularly hand towels - and it's left people shocked. Liz shared the little-known fact with her 84,000 Instagram followers and said at the very most the towel you use after a shower of bath should be replaced after three uses. "Towels absorb a lot of water and remain damp for hours, which is the perfect breeding ground for unwanted germs," she wrote in the clip.  And don't go assuming all towels and bath mats are created equal either as each have their own life span. 5Bath towels absorb water and should be washed...
    A home stylist has shocked hundreds online after revealing how often towels and bath mats should be washed to maintain cleanliness and prevent bacterial growth. Liz Amaya, from Brisbane, posted a short video with her 84,000 Instagram followers and said towels should be washed after every three uses. 'Towels absorb a lot of water and remain damp for hours, which is the perfect breeding ground for unwanted germs,' she wrote in the clip.  Scroll down for video  Stylist Liz Amaya posted a short video on Instagram and said towels should be washed after every three uses Poll How often do you wash your towels and bath mats? Daily Twice weekly Weekly Fortnightly As needed How often do you wash your towels and bath mats? Daily 1 votes Twice weekly 4 votes Weekly 8 votes Fortnightly 2 votes As needed 0 votes Now share your opinion       In the video Liz said hand towels should be washed daily while...
    IF we had to pick the household chore we hated most, it would be changing our bedsheets. After all, it's time-consuming, fiddly and takes forever - but on the plus side, at least you get that clean bedding feeling afterwards. 2A recent survey found that only a third of Brits change their bedding once a YEAR *shivers*Credit: Getty Well if that's not enough to inspire you to change your bedding on the regular, then maybe this shocking stat will. As Glamour reports, a study by Hammonds Furniture recently found that a third of Brits only change their bedding ONCE a year. Yep, you read that correctly. Dr Kyle Grant - who founded sustainable laundry service Oxwash - revealed how often we should actually be completing this dull (but evidently rewarding) chore. He said: "We spend a lot of time in our bed sheets – we’d advise washing them frequently, at least every week-ten days." 2The experts recommend changing your bedding every seven to 10 daysCredit: Getty And as we approach the summer months, not changing your bedding enough could cause allergies...
    YOU might remember to tackle your grimy loo when you get around to cleaning your bathroom, but how often do you clean your toilet brush? A professional cleaner says we should be tackling the task at least once a week - and definitely every time to clean the loo itself. 3Australian cleaner Kacie from The Big Clean Co revealed we should be scrubbing out loo brush at least once a weekCredit: thebigcleanco/Instagram Australian cleaner Kacie from The Big Clean Co showed how she gets the job done in a clip she posted on TikTok. But people took aim at her cleaning method and reckon it's kind of gross. "How often are you cleaning your toilet brush and toilet brush holder?" she said in the video. "I've seen some pretty bad ones in my time, they should be cleaned as often as you clean the toilet - and hopefully you clean the toilet fairly often. 3She showed how she gets it clean in the bathroom sinkCredit: thebigcleanco/Instagram "But I know, people let it go and it gets gross."...
    ANY parent will know bathtime can be a battle, with little ones doing anything to avoid a dunk in the tub. But just how often should you be washing your rugrats? 2Dr Sam Hay has revealed exactly how often you should be washing your babyCredit: Getty Well Dr Sam Hay told Kidspot everything you need to know about babies, kids, and teens bathtimes - and you may be bathing them too often! How often do babies and children need to wash? Washing too frequently may damage the skin, but if you don’t wash enough - your kids will stink! But exactly how often that is, depends largely on their age: because how often we need to bathe varies with different stages of our life.  2Kids can get away with bathing every three daysCredit: Getty The other major factors at play are how active your kids are, the climate, and the presence of any skin conditions. How often do babies need a bath? Whilst the norm seems to dictate a ‘daily bath’, there’s no medical need for it.  Every 2-3 days...
    IF you've ever wondered how long you should hold onto bathroom bits, we have all the answers. Drench.co.uk have enlisted their own expertise alongside the know-how of a cleaning expert, Henry Paterson, Senior Operations Executive at Housekeep to reveal how often we should be cleaning and replacing bathroom items. 5An expert revealed we should be replacing our towels every three yearsCredit: Getty Our bathroom is the second most used room in the home (after the kitchen) and its damp warm environment means you will want to keep germs at bay. It may surprise you to learn that towels should be washed after every three uses, and replaced entirely every one to three years. Henry Paterson, Senior Operations Executive at house cleaning service, Housekeep, advises: “To keep towels hygienic, make sure that they’re hung up to dry fully after each use, preferably in a non-humid environment. "Hang them over a radiator or a towel rack, and definitely don’t leave them in a heap on the floor!”  5Bath mat should be wash one a week and replaced every two...
    CONFESSION time - we genuinely can't remember the last time we cleared out our underwear drawers... which can only mean we've been clinging onto some of those pants for the best part of a decade now. But while it's probably a good idea to chuck any knickers with holes, one expert has revealed just how frequently we should be getting rid of our pants - and the answer may shock you. 3TikTok user Casaundra makes her own feminine hygiene products Posting on her TikTok account, Casaundra - who makes feminine hygiene products - claimed you should replace your underwear every six to nine months. In a viral video which has racked up over 368,000 views, Casuandra said: "Not all bacteria, pathogens and fibers can be removed during washing!" What's more,  Dr Shirin Lakhani previously told Tyla germs and bacteria can remain in your panties long after they have been through the wash. She explained: “Your underwear is in close contact with your skin and more specifically your intimate areas for prolonged periods of time. 3She revealed that washing doesn't remove...
    New York : A tiktoker doctor explained that it is essential to change pillows every 2 years. The influencer detailed the negative impact of not replacing them with new parts and warned about the number of arachnids that live in these bedding elements. This is Karan Raj, who lives in the United Kingdom and has more than 3 million followers on TikTok. The health professional is famous for sharing videos where he provides medical and scientific advice, while offering health tips and lifestyle. A few weeks ago, Raj posted a video on TikTok in which he outlined the reasons why buying new pillows every 2 years is recommended. “An average person loses about four kilos of skin a year. Most of it ends up on the bed or pillow, a feast for microscopic dust mites. “ Then continue: “A single dust mite makes about 20 droppings a day, multiply it by the hundreds of mites that live on your pillow. An accumulation of dust mite feces can cause respiratory and allergy symptoms ”. @ dr.karanr Change your pillows! #wonderwaterwhip...
    A DOCTOR has revealed how often you should poo. Dr Zac Turner revealed the answer after a patient contacted him revealing he only pooed once a day - while his mates were at it THREE times a day. 3Dr Zac Turner has answered a burning question - about pooCredit: Getty Images - Getty He wrote about his problem to The Sun's sister paper News.au in Australia. "Stools can scare us easily because we see them as a window for what is happening inside our bodies," Dr Zac said. "I’ve had patients come into my office terrified they had internal bleeding because their stool was red but didn’t mention they ate a beetroot salad for dinner the night before. "Stools can offer insight into general health but they do not give a perfect picture, which is important to remember before you self-diagnose. 3And the answer is... it's different for every personCredit: Getty Images - Getty "To answer your first question, there is no healthy number of times to go the bathroom. "The word to live by is consistency....
    WE’RE all guilty of getting a few wears out of a jumper or a pair of jeans before we bung it in the wash. But just how often should you really be doing your laundry? 1An expert has revealed how often you should be washing your clothesCredit: Getty Images - Getty Experts in all things laundry, the Clothes Doctor has revealed exactly how often you should be washing your clothes. Taking to Instagram they shared their advice - and it is certainly not a one size fits all approach to every item of clothing. Captioning the post the Clothes Doctor wrote: “What if we told you that many fabrics really don't need frequent washing, and some are actually better off washed as infrequently as possible? “So where's the balance between keeping things clean, but not needlessly wearing out your clothes, releasing tons of microfibres and using unnecessary energy and water?  View this post on Instagram A post shared by Clothes Doctor (@clothes.doctor) “Read on in our journal to find out how often you should really be washing your clothes!” According...
    This article was medically reviewed by Jason R. McKnight, MD, MS, a family medicine physician and clinical assistant professor at Texas A&M College of Medicine.  Medically Reviewed Reviewed By Check Mark Icon A check mark. It indicates that the relevant content has been reviewed and verified by an expert Our stories are reviewed by medical professionals to ensure you get the most accurate and useful information about your health and wellness. For more information, visit our medical review board. You should disinfect thermometers to make sure others using them don't get sick. Chanintom Vanichsawangphan/EyeEm/Getty Images It's important to clean a thermometer before and after using it to prevent the spread of germs.  To disinfect a digital thermometer, you can use an alcohol-based wipe with at least 70% concentration, or rubbing alcohol.  You can also clean glass thermometers or rectal thermometers with soap and water.  Visit Insider's Health Reference library for more advice. A thermometer should be cleaned before and after every use. The World Health Organization suggests that thermometers, among other medical instruments, must be disinfected after every use with a patient. ...
    This article was medically reviewed by Jason R. McKnight, MD, MS, a family medicine physician and clinical assistant professor at Texas A&M College of Medicine.  Medically Reviewed Reviewed By Check Mark Icon A check mark. It indicates that the relevant content has been reviewed and verified by an expert Our stories are reviewed by medical professionals to ensure you get the most accurate and useful information about your health and wellness. For more information, visit our medical review board. Saunas come with risks like dehydration, so make sure you're well hydrated before your session. FatCamera/Getty Images The traditional Finnish sauna, which takes place in a heated and enclosed wooden room, is the most popular sauna experience worldwide and therefore is what many studies are based on regarding sauna's health benefits. Sauna use may have a variety of health benefits, including helping the body release toxins, improving the cardiovascular system, and building up the immune system. Frequent sauna use is linked to a decreased risk of dementia, including Alzheimer's disease. Visit Insider's Health Reference library for more advice. The first saunas were built...
    The fate of Ruby Bridges’s historic school in New Orleans Tony Hsieh, Zappos CEO and happiness guru, has died at 46 Seniors On Medicare Are Getting a Big Pay Day in 2020 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/5 SLIDES © Provided by Best Life This Is How Often You Should Really Be Replacing Your Hair Brush Before March, you probably spent a lot of time on your hair, washing it, brushing it, and styling it before you headed out for the day. And while you may have put your hair wax and curling iron away amid the pandemic, the one tool you're likely still using on the daily is your hair brush. Sure, you probably do your due diligence by removing that tangled-up dead hair from the bristles every now and then, but when was the last time you replaced your hair brush itself? If it was pre-COVID-19, it's likely been too long. Read on to find out how often you should be replacing your brush and...
    This article was medically reviewed by Audrey Springer, RRCA certified running coach, BS in Exercise Science, and fitness instructor at Relentless Runners in Knoxville, TN.   Medically Reviewed Reviewed By Check Mark Icon A check mark. It indicates that the relevant content has been reviewed and verified by an expert Our stories are reviewed by medical professionals to ensure you get the most accurate and useful information about your health and wellness. For more information, visit our medical review board. Running is a great form of exercise that can help you lose weight and boost your mood. Oleg Breslavtsev/Getty Images Running every day is bad for your health because it increases your risk of overuse injuries like stress fractures, shin splints, and muscle tears.  You should run three to five days a week to make sure you're giving your body adequate time to rest and repair.  Alternate running days with other forms of exercise like swimming or cycling to challenge new muscle groups.  Visit Insider's Health Reference library for more advice. While running can be an active and cost-effective exercise routine to improve your...
    Malaysia Airlines Seeks Aid From Wealth Fund Khazanah: Reuters 2021 Jeep Gladiator Rubicon Diesel: Review Seniors On Medicare Are Getting a Big Pay Day in 2020 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/5 SLIDES © Provided by Best Life This Is How Often You Should Really Be Washing Your Bra, Experts Say Bras are one of those things you know you should be washing more frequently than you do, but you don't necessarily want to admit it to yourself. The good news is that you don't actually need to wash them as often as you might be thinking. According to experts, how often you wash your bras depends on how often you're wearing them—you should be washing your bra after every two or three wears. Keep reading for more guidance on bra maintenance, and for more laundry advice, This Is How Often You Should Really Be Changing Your Sheets, Experts Say. "Bras are maintained in perfect condition if they are cleaned after two or three uses," says Natalie...
    Dr. Fauci on Biden’s scientific credentials — and the delay in the transfer of power 2021 Jeep Gladiator Rubicon Diesel: Review Seniors On Medicare Are Getting a Big Pay Day in 2020 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/5 SLIDES © Provided by Best Life This Is How Often You Should Really Be Washing Your Bra Bras are one of those things you know you should be washing more frequently than you do, but you don't necessarily want to admit it to yourself. The good news is that you don't actually need to wash them as often as you might be thinking. According to experts, how often you wash your bras depends on how often you're wearing them—you should be washing your bra after every two or three wears. Keep reading for more guidance on bra maintenance, and for more laundry advice, This Is How Often You Should Really Be Changing Your Sheets, Experts Say. "Bras are maintained in perfect condition if they are cleaned after two or...
    Are We Heroes? No, We Are Not—Healthcare Workers on Fighting COVID and the Pain of Watching People Die Alone Huawei is dumping budget smartphone brand Honor Seniors On Medicare Are Getting a Big Pay Day in 2020 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/5 SLIDES © Provided by Best Life This Is How Often You Should Really Be Cutting Your Nails There are some hygiene tasks that are second nature, like showering consistently and brushing your teeth every day. Then there are the hygiene tasks, like cutting your nails, that can easily be forgotten. But should you be putting off trimming your nails? According to experts, not really: They say you should actually be cutting your nails every week. Read on to find out why this hygiene task is important to keep up with, and for more essential body care guidance, This Is How Often You Should Really Be Washing Your Hair, Experts Say. There is a lot that can be left up to personal preference when it...
    Julian Howard for Insider If you're a beginner, you should be doing full-body workouts that involve compound lifts for two to three times per week with at least one day of rest in between.  As you advance, continue doing the same compound lifts but add additional weight as feels comfortable. You can also add more exercises like jerks and glute ham raises. Numerous scientific studies show that regular strength training can be a huge benefit to your health long-term by improving cognitive function, emotional and mental well-being, and mobility by reducing muscle loss as you grow older. This article was medically reviewed by Joey Thurman, CSCS, CPT, FNS, a Chicago-based fitness expert and MYX Fitness coach. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Strength training exercises are vital to our health. But knowing when and how often to train can be confusing whether you're just starting out or are trying to advance. To reap the benefits without risking injury or excessive fatigue, it's essential to find a balance between enough lifting to see results, and enough rest for proper recovery. Insider...
    Crime reports for Anne Arundel and Howard counties and for Annapolis Costco is the latest retailer to drop Chaokoh coconut milk over allegations of forced monkey labor, PETA says Do you know these lucrative Social Security secrets? Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/6 SLIDES © Provided by Best Life This Is How Often You Should Be Changing Your Towel Making sure you keep yourself clean doesn't necessarily mean you have the cleanliest habits. After all, how often have you hopped out of the shower just to wrap yourself in a towel you've already used several times before? While many people think this may be an innocuous habit, it can quickly get out of hand. According to experts, you should be changing your towel after every two to three uses. But it turns out, many people aren't following that advice. According to a Business Insider poll from 2019, only 20 percent of people wash their towel after no more than three uses. In fact, 17 percent admitted...
    Private colleges with the best return on investment Photos: 702-HP Ram TRX in Action Do you know these lucrative Social Security secrets? Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/5 SLIDES © Provided by Best Life This Is How Often You Should Really Be Washing Your Face, Doctors Say For those of us with extensive skincare routines (guilty!) face washing may seem like the simplest of steps in attaining a luminous glow. But as dermatologists are quick to point out, a stellar complexion can be more complicated than meets the eye: there's no one-size-fits-all rule for how often to cleanse. For better or worse, your skin will let you know if it's unhappy in the form of breakouts, a dull complexion, excessive oil, or dryness—unless, that is, you find just the right routine for your skin. Read on for expert perspectives on just how often you should really wash your face, and for more can't-miss hygiene tips, check out This Is How Often You Should Really Be Showering, Doctors Say....
    What to do right now if youve lost your job 2020 Ford Mustang Ecoboost High Performance Convertible Test: Worth It for Some Do you know these lucrative Social Security secrets? Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/5 SLIDES © Provided by Best Life This Is How Often You Should Really Be Washing Your Pillow When it comes to washing bed linens, people seem to have a solid handle on the idea that you should be swapping those out every week or two. But no matter how long you spend washing and folding your pillowcases, top sheet, and the dreaded fitted sheet, you're missing one key element of getting your sleep space clean if you're not washing your pillow itself. "People typically wash their clothes at least once per week and probably have more than one outfit," says Natalie Barret, cleaning supervisor and expert at Nifty Cleaning Services. "On the other hand, many people lay every night on the same pillow, and their cushion never gets the same care...
    Strength training, from exercises like push ups, are a great way to build muscle and see results more quickly than with other types of workouts. Crystal Cox/Insider Any type of exercise will help build muscle, but if you want to see muscle growth, faster, then strength training is the way to go. Opt for a strength training program three times a week with at least a full day of rest in between. If you're not seeing results as fast as you like, it may come down to factors like age, gender, or protein intake. This article was medically reviewed by Joey Thurman, CSCS, CPT, FNS, a Chicago-based fitness expert and MYX Fitness coach. Visit Insider's Health Reference library for more advice. If you're looking to jump-start muscle growth, beginning a new routine that challenges your muscles is key. You'll probably feel shaky during those first few sets, but as the brain and body begin to adapt to your new exercise routine, you'll gain strength as long as your training is consistent, especially over the first few weeks.  "The most conventional exercise to induce...
    No pension. No 401(k). How to get by on Social Security BMW E92 M3 - Full Photo Gallery Do you know these lucrative Social Security secrets? Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/6 SLIDES © Provided by Best Life This Is How Often You Should Change Your Toothbrush, Dentists Say Seeing as it's the first thing you do in the morning and the last thing you do at night, you tend to brush your teeth when you're at your sleepiest. So we don't blame you for not noticing that those toothbrush bristles are looking a little scraggly and perhaps even a little more yellow than they were when you first opened up the package weeks ago. But the truth is, if you're going too long without replacing your toothbrush, you could ultimately be putting your health at risk. So, how often should you be swapping your old toothbrush for a fresh one? Read on to find out, and for more hygiene tips you could probably use,...
    An Australian mum has shared a shocking photo to remind people how important it is to check inside their kettles for built up grime and stains.  Posting to the Mums Who Clean Facebook group, Stephanie shared an image of the brown spotted stains inside her kettle that had appeared over time. 'The odd time you pop your head inside the kettle and see how gross it is,' she said, as the dark stain looked repulsive. Stephanie shared an image of the brown spotted stains inside her kettle along the bottom rim that had built-up over time through continuous boiling (pictured) 'The odd time you pop your head inside the kettle and see how gross it is,' she said, as the dark stain looked repulsive. But luckily Stephanie was able to remove the stain using a natural anti-bacterial ingredient But luckily Stephanie was able to remove the stain using a natural anti-bacterial ingredient. 'Quick fix with a chopped lemon and let it boil,' she said and sliced multiple lemons to boil in the kettle. The DIY cleaning hack worked...
    These 2 Moves in Your 20s Could Make You a Millionaire in Your 60s Dearborns Fire Department Just Cut Up A 2020 Mustang Shelby GT500 Do you know these lucrative Social Security secrets? Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/5 SLIDES © Provided by Best Life This Is How Often You Should Really Be Changing Your Sheets, Experts Say There are few greater pleasures than slipping under soft, clean sheets for a good night's sleep, but experts say the benefits of washing your bedding often go way beyond comfort. Unclean bedding is a breeding ground for dust mites, microscopic creatures that feed on dead skin and can multiply quickly if you don't change your sheets regularly. In fact, The Sleep Council estimates that "as much as a tenth of the weight of a pillow that has never been washed is made up of human skin scales, mould, dust mites (including dead dust mites) and their droppings," a truly harrowing thought. So, however often you wash your sheets, you...
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