What Is Mrsa | What Causes MRSA And How To Prevent Getting MRSA?

MRSA is Methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus. It is a bacteria caused by strain of Staphylococcus aureus bacteria and resistance to most antibiotics including Methicillin.(Methicillin is an antibiotic that was used to treat infections). MRSA can be found in hospitals, nursing homes, gyms and even locker rooms in schools. Anyone can get MRSA!

MRSA infection looks like a spider bite but this superbug is more than a bite. MRSA is an area on the skin that looks red, swollen and painful. If you are not getting better with antibiotics for skin infections, you probably have MRSA. Consult your doctor for other antibiotics resistant to MRSA. If you have fever, chest pain, difficulty breathing, low blood pressure or rash that spread all over your body these are signs of serious MRSA that has spread beyond your skin into your blood, lungs and other parts of your body. Seek for medical advice as soon as possible.

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A person who has MRSA can carry this bacteria for days, weeks and even years. It is highly recommended to use a disinfectant that kills it. Spray it on any surface that could be exposed to uncovered infections and comes in direct contact of people’s bare skin like tables, door knobs and locker rooms in order to avoid spreading MRSA. Not every disinfectant that claims to kill MRSA actually kills it. Find out if there is a scientific proof for any killing claims and how long should you leave the liquid on the surface before wiping it off. Disinfectants effective against Staph are most likely to be effective against MRSA.

Many disinfectants on the market contain toxic chemicals, even the hospital grade ones. Bacteria builds resistance to chemicals therefore those disinfectants are NOT EFFECTIVE! Check the disinfectant label for any hazard warnings. Chemicals do not kill the DNA of the bacteria which allows bacteria to spread. Chemicals have irritating smell, skin irritation and can have bad impact on your overall health.

What do you need to look for in a disinfectant?

1. It kills bacteria, viruses and fungi.
2. Bacteria do not build resistance to the active ingredient of the product.
3. EPA registered

If you have any loved one who carries this bacteria, have a child that goes to school or if you go yourself to the gym save your life and your loved ones take a disinfectant spray bottle with you to protect and maintain a healthy life!

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