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Cleanliness and health awareness is important- Dr. Ayesha Ali

Saturday - April 27, 2019 11:23 am , Category : BHOPAL


Bhopal, Apr 26 (WTN): Under the cleanliness fortnight 2019 a special lecture was organised at Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya (IGMRS) today. The lecture was chaired by Dilip Singh, Joint Director, IGRMS. Earlier, Dr. P.S. Rao, Assistant Keeper gave brief profile of the keynote speaker.

In this programme, Dr. Ayesha Ali, Registrar, State Hemeopathy Council, Govt. of M.P. Bhopal giving lecture on the topic of Cleanliness and Health said that Hygiene is directly related to health. Homes are the favourite dwelling places of dust mites, pollen and molds, and countless other bacteria and viruses. These toxins make indoors far more polluted than outdoors, and manifest themselves in the form of common cold, itchy eyes and runny nose.  A journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step and the first step in ensuring a clean home is to put away the clutter.

She further added that real cleaning can only begin after the home space is organized and freed of unwanted litter. Everyone staying under the same roof should share the task of keeping the floor, carpet and ceiling sparkling clean. Each member of the household could be assigned the task of keeping his personal bedroom spotless and cleaning a particular area of the house. The responsibility could remain the same every week or change on a rotational basis. The general rule is to first clean the big things such as the floor and then move to smaller things like mirrors. “A clean home is crucial for the health and well-being of the entire family. An organized home makes everyone happy and eliminates the stress caused by disorderly surroundings and a clean and healthy home can make the world a better place for the present and future generations,” said Dr Ali.

In the end of programme question answer round was also organized during this session. This programme was felicitated by Joint Director of IGRMS, Dilip Singh and vote of thanks was given by Sudhir Shrivastava of IGRMS.- Window To News