Posted in Healthup with GJ

THE LITTLE BIG THINGS 3.0

Let’s talk about #toothbrushes.

Frayed bristles are a sign that your toothbrush is due for change. This does not however mean that if they’re not frayed they cannot be changed.

Three months is gold standard for change.
If you can’t recall when you bought toothbrush it’s in best interests that you change it.

It doesn’t have to be a fancy brush, find a not-too-hard—not-too-soft—somewhere-in-the-middle bristled brush and you’re good. ☺

One last thing before I leave you, after a bout of sickness, it’s adviced that you change your brush to avoid reinfection.

So, for what it’s worth I’d love you to set an alarm to get a toothbrush before the weekend. Drop a comment when you do.


Cheers to your continued health. 🥂

With love,
GloryJoseph
Your Healthtechie. 💜

#thelittlebigthingsthatmakeushealthy
#TLBT #healthybodies #bodilyhealth #Healthtechnology #health #toothbrushes #lifestyle.

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