The resilience of the human body is one of the most marvelous things in existence. While we may need to do a little something to enhance the process and make it as effective as possible, the body does a great job of healing itself. This is true of both physical and mental wounds. How can you help kick your body into recovery mode when faced with various forms of illness, injury, or trauma? Here are a few tips.
This prevalent virus can put a person out of commission for days. Symptoms last for one to two weeks, varying from person to person. An average cold may result in three days where you feel worse and worse, followed by three days where you are the peak of your sickness, and finally, three days where you gradually make a recovery. So how do you give your body the opportunity it needs to fight back?
Unlike a cold, the flu hits you all at once. You may feel fine and then a few hours later be entirely in the throes of it. Fortunately, you can reduce how long your main symptoms last, as well as the fatigue that comes after, if you do a few things to help your body recover.
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Surviving a heart attack takes a toll on a person as a whole. Helping your body to kick into recovery mode is essential. It can take several months before you feel like your old self again. Here are a few tips to help the recovery go smoothly.
Depending on the extent of the break, bones take weeks or even months to heal. Your body needs energy to heal, so be sure to increase your caloric intake. Protein is especially useful for helping the body to heal. There may also be specific vitamins and minerals you need more of in your diet. Calcium and vitamin D (vital for absorbing calcium) are particularly crucial. Smoking slows down healing. If you are a smoker, it’s time to quit.
Even more than physical trauma, emotional trauma may take months or even years of recovery. The recovery process is different for everyone, so be patient with yourself. Following a disaster or other form of trauma, try to get back to your regular daily routine as fast as possible. Maintain regular sleeping and eating schedules. You may be able to find a local support group for trauma survivors. If you are dealing with depression, anxiety, or PTSD, don’t be afraid to talk to someone about it. Whether you need a close friend or a professional therapist, talking out your feelings can be one of the best ways to pick up the pieces.
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