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Saturday, May 27, 2017

How to treat the injury;

How to do before surgery operational, after injury or surgery operational;

These may be helpful to promote healing;

How to strengthen the defense of the organism?  

As soon as the epidermis presents a lesion such as cut or otherwise, as a result of an accident or an operation, the bacteria proliferate beneath the tissues. They find ideal conditions for survival such as heat and moisture, proteins in abundance, and absence of oxygen if the wound is dressed. In case of infection, healing is hurting, and above all, the microbes are likely to spread rapidly. Through proper diet, or dietary supplements, it is possible to strengthen the body's defenses and make the immune system resistant to infection.

Before surgery:

Three to four weeks before an operation, it is good to modulate his diet in the following way:
·         Increase proteins of animal origin to prepare the body for rapid regeneration of damaged tissues.
·         Focus on fibers and yogurts to replenish the useful intestinal flora that is the natural bacteria.
·         Select calcium-rich foods especially, dairy products and also green vegetables and citrus fruits, as these mineral salts are essential for most cellular activities.
·         Favor vegetables and fresh fruits for vitamin rich diets.
·         Avoid exciting things like coffee, tobacco, and alcohol; see to get rid of tobacco.
·         Ask your doctor about the benefit of minerals and vitamins two to three weeks before surgery, and possibly extend it for four to six weeks.

After injury or surgery:

Ø  An organism that has suffered an injury must fight on several fronts to recover. 
Ø  It is necessary to reconstitute the injured tissues, recover from the anesthesia or 
the side effects of certain drugs.
Ø  In addition, the shock or the tension generated by the events may alter its 
normal function.
Ø  The body then has an increased need for certain nutrients.
Ø  The menus served at the hospital are far from perfect, and to different from 
the usual diet.
Ø  It is possible, with the agreement of the surgeon, to supplement his diet with 
fresh fruits, yogurts or other dairy products.
Ø  In the case of digestive or abdominal surgery, however, the hospital system 
must be strictly observed for medical reasons.

These may be helpful to promote healing:      

1.    Vitamin A strengthens the immune system and activates tissue regeneration.
2.    Beta-carotene provides an additional supply of vitamin A, while having an 
antioxidant effect.
3.    Vitamins C and P stimulate the reconstitution of tissues.
4.    They should be taken several times during the day, because the excess is 
rapidly eliminated in the urine.
5.    Zinc helps the body to fight infections and contribute to the reconstruction of 
injured tissues.
6.    B vitamins allow for proper functioning of the nervous system.
7.    In addition, vitamin B2 stimulates tissue regeneration.
8.    Besides its coagulating effect vitamin K activates the early stages of healing, 
see the benefit of vitamin K.
9.    Selenium, copper, iron, calcium, cobalt, potassium, manganese and molybdenum 
all play a role in the healing process.
10.  Iron, for example, is essential after hemorrhage because it is involved in the 
manufacture of blood.
11.  Vitamins A and C, selenium and zinc help the body to overcome the effects 
of anesthesia or medical treatment.
12.  Vitamin E has antioxidant properties, but it should not be taken in excessive 
amounts because it interferes with blood clotting mechanisms.
     13. In order to avoid any nutritional imbalance, these supplements should be taken at a            moderate dose and with medical advice.
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