Who thought up rules of hygiene?
Now hygiene call certain norms which need to be observed for maintaining health. Dysentery, hepatitis, cholera, helminths – here the incomplete list of diseases which are transmitted through dirty water, dirty hands, fruit and vegetables, unbarbered nails and. etc. Interestingly, and who thought up the first rules of hygiene?
narrate Myths of Ancient Greece about legendary god of doctoring and health Asclepius. Some time of Asclepius was trained by a wise centaur Chiron, but over time the pupil much more surpassed the teacher. For example, Asclepius learned to prepare medicine from snake poison. Still wise snake who twisted a bowl with medicine is a medicine symbol.
Asclepius had two beautiful daughters – the Panacea and Gigiyey. They helped the father to treat patients, did bandagings, collected herbs. From there was also an expression "a panacea from all diseases" (that is universal medicine) and the word "hygiene" meaning "rules of maintaining health".
Toothbrushing not less than two times a day, regular visit of the stomatologist is hygiene too, and, by the way, not less important, than clean hands and the person!