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You Will Never Put Toilet Paper On The Toilet Seat After Reading THIS 

You Will Never Put Toilet Paper On The Toilet Seat After Reading THIS 
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Are you one of those people who puts a layer of toilet paper on the seat before you take a leak? People usually do this while using public bathrooms. Well, nobody wants to catch diseases, so this seems like a preventive measure for the time-being. 

But it's actually the opposite. Putting the toilet paper on the toilet seat before you use the loo can actually cause health hazards that we don't know about. Once you read this post, you will be aware of the hazards posed by putting toilet paper on the seats before you lose the loo. So take a look at this very closely so that you can prevent any kind of infectious diseases. 

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Many people put the toilet paper over their seats before taking a leak. 

Many people put the toilet paper over their seats before taking a leak. 

But before you continue with this habit, you should take a look at this article. 

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Toilet seats used to be known as a medium to transfer germs and bacteria causing infections. 

Toilet seats used to be known as a medium to transfer germs and bacteria causing infections. 
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But that's all a myth. Toilet seats are relatively clean and you should be worried about the toilet paper liners more than toilet seats. It has been found out that toilet paper liners carry a string of bacteria that can result to gastrointestinal infections. 

Each time you're putting the toilet paper over your seat, you do more harm than good. 

Each time you're putting the toilet paper over your seat, you do more harm than good. 
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Toilet paper is filled with bacteria causing gastrointestinal infections and STDs. When you put the toilet paper over your seat and use the toilet, you are exposing your body to more harmful bacteria than you would usually do. Since the toilet seat is put down after usage, it doesn't catch a lot of bacteria as compared to an open toilet paper liner. 

Toilet paper liners are just provided so that the toilet paper stays. 

Toilet paper liners are just provided so that the toilet paper stays. 
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But they can't be replied upon the fact that they don't transmit bacteria. E.Coli or Streptococci are the simple bacteria contained in a toilet paper liner. But our skin can usually protect us from such bacteria if we're exposed to it. 

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When you use toilet paper from your hands, it's safe enough because only your skin is exposed. 

When you use toilet paper from your hands, it's safe enough because only your skin is exposed. 
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Since your skin can prevent the transmission of these bacteria on a superficial level, it doesn't penetrate deep into your system. 

You should avoid usage of toilet paper while using the loo. 

You should avoid usage of toilet paper while using the loo. 
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Using the toilet without any toilet paper over it is actually a healthier way. 

Using the toilet without any toilet paper over it is actually a healthier way. 
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