It is a common complaint among people who suffer from chronic illnesses, and it can be particularly hard to get the hang of washing your hands.
That’s because the process is not always straightforward.
For many, it’s as simple as putting a hand towel over their mouth and wiping their hands with a damp cloth.
But for others, the problem is more complex, and involves the ability to wash your mouth.
The Associated Press asked readers to share their thoughts on washing your mouth and whether the hand towel is a good choice for you.
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