Hiking, camping, swimming, fishing, swimming with pets, camping on land or in the sea, and going to a sporting event are some of the activities that require oral hygiene to stay healthy.
But the hygiene factors can affect your trip if you aren’t familiar with them.
Here are a few tips to keep them out of the travel kit and your travel bag.
Hygiene factors are a set of rules that protect against bacteria and viruses in the mouth and throat, and the environment, from germs.
They include the following: 1.
Avoid the following types of foods and drinks: All beverages contain water and are not healthy to drink.
They can contain harmful bacteria, such as E. coli and salmonella.
Avoid all foods that contain sodium, sugar, fats, and trans fats.
Avoid food items that contain any of the following allergens: peanuts, tree nuts, tree bark, egg, soy, tree nut, corn, tree, peanut, and sunflower seeds.
Avoid any food that has been stored in a plastic container or bag, such a bag of candy, candy floss, or chips.
Avoid foods that are high in salt or sodium.
Avoid drinking water that has sodium in it, and drinking from tap water.
Avoid ice cream or any type of ice cream with any salt added.
Avoid drinks that contain alcohol.
Avoid fruit drinks, especially grapefruit, pineapple, and orange juice.
Avoid sugary soft drinks.
Avoid chewing gum or chewing tobacco.
Avoid hot drinks.
Avoid spicy foods, including chili peppers, garlic, onion, garlic powder, and cayenne pepper.
Avoid dairy products and other dairy products with added sugar.
Avoid alcoholic beverages and any types of alcoholic beverages.
Avoid eating raw meat, poultry, seafood, eggs, nuts, seeds, or grains, and other foods that have not been refrigerated or frozen.
Avoid certain products that have added salt, which can cause dehydration.
Avoid alcohol and other drugs.
Avoid products that contain latex.
Avoid using soap or detergent containing bleach, as these products can be toxic.
Avoid baking soda, which contains chlorine dioxide.
Avoid storing foods that aren’t hot.
Avoid making food with raw milk or honey.
Avoid cooking foods.
Avoid boiling or frying foods.
Avoid reheating foods.
Avoid preparing food or cooking foods in a microwave.
Avoid frying foods in boiling water.
Avoid placing food on a surface that is hot.
Avoid serving food hot in a dish or bowl.
Avoid having food served hot or warm in a pot or pan.
Avoid putting food in a hot bowl.
Avoid holding food in utensils.
Avoid handling food in hot containers or utensil holders.
Avoid leaving food in the fridge.
Avoid freezing foods.
Avoid microwave ovens.
Avoid high heat cooking or steaming foods.
Avoid smoking food or utening.
Avoid heating foods in an oven or other cooking device.
Avoid refrigerating food.
Avoid being in a dark room.
Avoid sitting or lying down.
Avoid standing or sitting in an enclosed space.
Avoid staying in a large room with others.
Avoid sharing a bathroom with others in a group.
Avoid traveling alone.
Avoid attending a party or gathering.
Avoid shopping at large retail stores or specialty stores.
Avoid driving a car.
Avoid going on a plane or bus.
Avoid participating in sports.
Avoid walking for long distances.
Avoid wearing a mask.
Avoid taking the dog for walks.
Avoid keeping pets indoors.
Avoid getting up early in the morning.
Avoid riding a motorcycle.
Avoid washing hands or wearing long sleeves and pants.
Avoid working outdoors.
Avoid playing sports outdoors.
Avoid operating a motor vehicle in a cold weather condition.
Avoid exercising outside.
Avoid cleaning food or cleaning your hands.
Avoid dressing in public.
Avoid brushing your teeth.
Avoid carrying a purse, purse, or bag.
Avoid visiting a restaurant, shopping center, or sporting event.
Avoid spending time in public places, such for a meal or shopping.
Avoid public transportation.
Avoid waiting for someone to show up. 75.
Avoid picking up a person.
Avoid dropping off luggage or food.
Avoid transporting a car without a driver.
Avoid doing laundry.
Avoid changing clothes or using the toilet