Simple Ways That Mothers Can Do To Maintain The Health and Hygiene Of The Body Of Your Beloved Child
Maintaining the Health and Hygiene of the Body of the Beloved Child is the responsibility of the parents. This is important for you to do so that your little one avoids various diseases. Children, especially those under the age of 5, can have a fever 6–8 times a year. Not only fever, some diseases that are also often experienced by children are skin infections, diarrhea, and sore throat.
Come on, why do we get sick?
The body is often sick and can be caused by various things, ranging from weak immune systems or frequent exposure to germs, viruses, or parasites. This can be caused by an unhealthy lifestyle, an unhygienic environment, to certain health problems. Let's find out more about what germs, viruses, or parasites are that can make us sick.
What is that germ?
Viruses are obligate intracellular parasites. Viruses contain only DNA or RNA nucleic acids but not a combination of both, and are enveloped by a protective material consisting of proteins, lipids, glycoproteins, or a combination of the three. In everyday life viruses no longer sound foreign to us. Various viruses can cause various unwanted diseases in the human body. If our bodies are in a declining condition (weak) then we can easily get sick or viruses.
Bacteria are organisms that have a single cell, do not have a cell nuclear membrane (prokaryotic), and have a microscopic size meaning that a microscope is needed to be able to see them. Bacterial cell structure is relatively simple when compared to other living things. Bacteria live as parasites or in symbiosis with other organisms, including the human body. Bacteria can move from place to place with the help of the wind or through the movement of the organisms they are carrying. Bacteria live as parasites or in symbiosis with other organisms, including the human body.
Fungi that usually cause disease in humans, live on organic substances or in soil containing organic substances, namely humus, animal or bird feces. Under these conditions, the fungus can live continuously as a saprophyte without going through the cycle as a parasite in humans. Humans are always exposed to possible infections by fungi that can grow almost anywhere in the tropics. However, not everyone is affected by fungal diseases. This is due to the presence of the immune system. The innate immune system protects us from the entry of fungi into the body, and the immune system will be activated when mushrooms enter the body's tissues
Parasites are part of a large group of organisms called eukaryotes. Parasites differ from bacteria or viruses in that their cells share many features with human cells. They depend on other organisms for life.
How do germs enter the body?
Germs can spread through human hands, namely from hands that touch dirty objects. Germs can also be spread through the air, dust, fluids released through the mouth and nose (sneezing and talking).
To avoid the entry of disease into our bodies, we need to implement the PHBS movement as a first step towards improving health quality
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