Developing children’s toilet-usage habits

The unique softness of SUN  is going to help you successfully develop your children’s toilet-usage habits!

The best age to develop the habits
The best age to start is when you feel he or she is ready. According to a research by the Pennsylvania  Children’s Clinic, girls usually start when 3 years old, and boys about 3 months later. Your reserved and patient behavior can make it earlier.
Choosing a pot or toilet seat
If a child can touch the ground with the feet, he/she will feel more comfortable and relaxed.
Developing the habit

With no paper used, try to seat your child on the pot or toilet after a meal or before shower. The target is to teach your child how to proceed and make it a habit. So, you can have your child feel comfortable on the pot.

Basic Info
Explain defecation to your child in simple words. When finished, show how to use toilet paper. After flushing, wash your hands together and try to motivate your child’s toilet usage.
Your child’s polluting defecation is possible and natural at the time. Your patience and sensitivity will provide for your child’s quick learning.

What is influenza?

It is a highly infectious disease by A, B and C viruses in breathing organs (nose, bronchi and lungs). In general, the ill get better within a week or two, but the affect can continue for weeks. The disease is the most common through October-March.
How to understand you’ve caught flu?
Influenza is notable for early fever or shiver, cough, muscular pain, headache, sore throat, blocked or flux nose, fatigue or low mood, and apathy.

How does the infection take place, and what shall we do? It mostly starts 1-2 days prior to the symptoms and continues for 3-7 days. People tend to cover their noses and mouths with their hands when coughing and sneezing, so direct hand-to-hand contacts or hugs increase infection probability. While normal breathing speed is 25 km per hour, it reaches 320 km per hour, and microbes spread up to 30 cm when sneezing. Microbes can survive for 24 hours in the environment. To prevent against the situation, paper tissues must be used to cover the mouth when sneezing. It is possible to prevent infection after a contact with a flu-infected or cold-catching person if you wash your hands, avoid touching your eyes and nose, considered the most vulnerable to infection, clean or even, when possible, decontaminate computers and telephones used by others, spare time to relax during flu outbreaks, and consume more liquid.

Flu Vaccine

Flu vaccine protects the 90% of adults. One dose is recommended annually. The most suitable time for vaccination is September - November. The direct effect starts within 10-14 days.

Vitamin C

Against popular beliefs, it doesn’t prevent flu. It does improve immune system, but doesn’t directly disturb infection. Furthermore, excessive vitamin-C dosage can cause diarrhea  especially among children and elderly people and slow  recovery down.


Antibiotics cannot influence flu virus and so don’t shorten the illness period.

There is something invisible on kitchen tissues

According to a research by Dokuz Eylul University in Izmir, fabric towels used to clean kitchen accessories have hundreds of thousands of bacteria even if they are washed daily.
The research tested hygienic features of paper and fabric kerchiefs. It has been scientifically proved paper kerchiefs have no bacteria on, which means they are advantageous to use in contrast to fabric towels.
Water accumulated in long-term-used fabric kerchiefs creates nurturing conditions for bacteria. Wet environment, which is the best for bacteria, forms on such kerchiefs used to clean kitchen utensils.
Even washed a few times daily, fabric towels still have invisible bacteria on, so it is not a remedy. Countless bacteria stay on your hands after every contact and cast doubt on health of yours and your family.
Using paper tissues doesn’t bring to the danger. The same research shows they are highly hygienic, used only once and so not washed. That is to say paper tissues help to prevent from bacteria on your hands and around you.

What else to do for kitchen cleanness?

Prevent bacterial dissemination:
• When cooking, wash utensils in hot and soaped water and dry with paper tissues
• Before cooking, wash your hands and dry them with a paper tissue
Always keep your fridge clean.

•Provide for your fridge working within the 2-4°C regime and don’t overfill it because air flow is needed to cool food.
•To prevent water leakage from food put in a dish into the fridge to unfreeze, on other food, place a paper tissue under the dish.

• Pay attention to proper hygienic keeping food.
•Try to unfreeze food not on a table, but on in the fridge, or under running water, or in the microwave oven.
• Put food remains into a fridge within two hours and use it within 3-4 days.
Pay attention to the cleanness of kitchen utensils

• Before cooking, wash utensils you are going to use in hot and soaped water and dry them with paper tissues
•To avoid bacterial development on your hardboards, use a special one for meat
• Wash and dry used dishes within two hours after meals because bacteria develop on those soon.