Monday, 9 April 2018
There must be an optimal balance between avoidance and exposure to germs in the homes as too clean an environment carries its own risk of disease, unless someone in the home cannot be exposed to bacteria.
Luis Fonsi - Despacito 緩緩 (Mandarin Version/ Audio) ft. JJ Lin
Despacito - Dance version
According to Battery University:
1) The phone needs to be charged in short bursts and that too frequently, if you want to a good overall battery life.
It does not matter if you only charge up 10% or 20% as, according to Battery University: "Partial charges cause no harm."
2) To lessen wear and tear to your battery, do not hit the red zone, which is 15% in most of the phones.
3) Try to keep the device between 65% and 75% -- "the sweet spot", according to the website.
4) Use a power bank if you cannot find a charging point for your phone.
5) Never ever, never ever, never ever charge your battery fully. Try to keep it around 95% and you are good to go.
Why, you may ask.
It is better not to fully charge as high voltage stresses the battery.