Scanning the bacteria or strengthening resistance?

The idea of bacterial scanning is realistic only in operating rooms.

Bacteria and viruses grow everywhere where there is organic matter.It’s an unrealistic thought that we would always have sterilizers on the move to scan and clean door handles, toilets, washbasins, railings, keyboards, seats, etc. The idea is impossible because much of the infection happens as an airborne infection anyway.

If bacteria were scanned, then what? Would the items be sterilized afterwards?

It has been shown that antibacterial agents damage not only pathogens but also our own microbiome, which is important to the body. Sterilizing agents are known to be hormone disturbers that already in very small amounts act like hormones and thus interfere dangerously with health.

The most sensible way to fight common bacterial and viral infections is to strengthen the immune system. Its effective systems kill pathogens – if the systems are in good condition.

We have eight different immune cells looking for and killing pathogens. Most of them are in the bloodstream and lymph nodes, into which the lymph fluid absorbs all the waste from the body by the help of an enormous amount of lymphatic vessels.
Approximately 80% of immune cells are produced in the intestine by the healthy bacterial activity there.

Lifestyle in general, the quality of food, and especially the amount and versatility of fiber are key factors. The health of the intestinal bacteria (microbiota) is also affected by antibiotics, exercise, stress, medication, and, surprisingly, also by sitting posture. In a good posture, such as on a two-part swinging saddle chair, the intestinal flow is faster and the bacterial strain is better.

Good immune system effectively prevents flu and other infections, especially if one also takes vitamin D 100-200 mcg / day.

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