Death in a Bottle: A Lot of People Use This Product Daily without Being Aware That It Is Slowly Killing Them
Namely, it appears that during the process of destroying harmful bacteria and germs, hand sanitizers destroy the good ones as well. Good bacteria are crucial for the balance of the immune system and they also fight off bad bacteria. Unfortunately, when the good bacteria are killed, the immunity weakens together with its ability to cope with infection, inflammations, and other health problems. Moreover, hand sanitizers can increase the amount of Bisphenol A, a chemical which can have a negative effect on the endocrine system which produces hormones, controls the functions of the body, and maintains the tissues and organs. Recent studies have shown that high levels of Bisphenol A in the body increases the risk of heart disease, cancer, infertility, and diabetes.