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Hygiene Habits That Affect Mental and Physical Health

By Genevieve Cunningham

Most of us are taught our hygiene habits as a child. We're taught to stay clean with regular bathing. We're taught to brush our hair and clean our teeth. For the most part, our hygiene habits stay up to par. But there are times when we let them slip. And it's in these moments when we may see a decline in physical and mental health. Our hygiene habits are strongly linked to good health, so it's important to keep our habits up in order to preserve our long-term wellness. If you think your hygiene habits may need a boost, take a look at these habits that can lead to better mental and physical health starting now.

Tooth Care

One really good reason to maintain healthy teeth is for the appearance. Our smile greatly affects the way we feel about ourselves. By keeping our teeth clean, we can preserve a beautiful smile. But it's also important because the health of our teeth can affect other aspects of her body. Poor dental health has been linked to heart disease. Brushing your teeth twice a day, flossing once a day, and visiting your dentist regularly can improve your self-esteem, your mental wellness, and protect your physical health now and in the future.

Hair Care

Hair care is not something that we generally think about when it comes to being healthy. It's just hair, right? But there's something about clean and beautiful hair that can really boost your mental health. It makes us feel better about who we are. It makes us feel like our self care matters. To take care of your hair, make sure that you are washing it regularly, brushing it every day, and taking supplements that promote healthy hair. By taking this one simple step, you may be surprised at how much better you feel about yourself and your health moving forward.

Skin Care

The skin takes a lot of wear and tear. It's what first meets the sun. It is exposed to the elements. And if we don't take care of our skin, then it shows in its appearance, which can cause a decline in mental health. So how can we take care of the skin? We need to make sure that we are cleansing appropriately and regularly, moisturizing every day, and using a good sunscreen to protect ourselves from the sun's rays. With good skin care, we are enhancing both the way that we feel about ourselves as well as our physical well-being. Make sure that this is a part of your everyday routine to give your skin the best chance.

Our hygiene habits matter more than we think. Unfortunately, we only notice their importance when our hygiene habits are lacking. Do a quick self-check. Make sure that your hygiene habits are the best that they can be. The better we take care of ourselves, the better we feel, and the healthier our bodies and minds will stay now and in the future.

To learn more about your health, wellness, and fitness, see your local chiropractor at The Joint Chiropractic in Glen Allen, Va.

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