- He advises against using these soaps due to potential harm to the body system
- Aproko Doctor advices that regular use of antiseptic soaps removes helpful microorganisms, making us more prone to various health issues
With a dose of humor and a hint of concern, this self-proclaimed “Aproko doctor” warns Nigerians about the potential dangers of relying heavily on antiseptic soap for their daily hygiene routine.
Aproko doctor sheds light on the misconceptions surrounding antiseptic soap and its effects on the human body.
He cautions against using these soaps because of possible systemic damage, including the possibility of aggravating thyroid problems.
He stated that these soaps, which are full of harsh chemicals, could be the cause of skin issues.
According to Aproko Doctor, healthy bacteria are essential to our bodies because they shield us from damage, But frequent use of antiseptic soaps eliminates these beneficial microbes, leaving us more vulnerable to a range of health problems and impeding our efforts to get clear skin.
In one of his videos, Aproko doctor advices against Smoking of shisha
According to the Aproko doctor, smoking shisha, also known as hookah, can increase the risk of breast cancer in women.
Shisha smoking has gained popularity as a social activity, especially among younger people, but it is known to have many adverse health effects.
While breast cancer is commonly associated with genetics and lifestyle factors, such as diet and exercise, the risk of developing the disease can also be influenced by environmental factors, including smoking.
Dr. Aproko has stressed that, contrary to popular belief, shisha can have major health implications.
Shisha use may cause cell distortions in the body, raising the chance of cancer-causing mutations.
This is especially important in Nigeria, where breast cancer is a prominent cause of death among adolescents and young people.
Dr. Aproko strongly advices young people to avoid shisha to reduce their risk of breast cancer. Even delicious variants, such as pineapple can deceive in terms of their safety.
Dr. Aproko stated that these flavors frequently contain chemicals that are harmful to the body.