Coping with Chronic Health Conditions: Tips

Coping with Chronic Health Conditions: Tips

Help That Body Contouring Along With Proper Post-Op Care

by Freddie Cox

Non-invasive body contouring is a blessing for people who don't want to undergo surgery with cuts and stitches. But the procedures aren't without their post-op side effects, nor are they fast things that require no recovery time. While recovering from one of these procedures actually doesn't take that long, you have to use the recovery time properly lest you create complications for yourself. Non-invasive body contouring can work, and you'll see much better results if you follow post-op instructions.

Ask About Compression Garments

Many people who undergo non-invasive body contouring need compression garments for a while after the procedures. These garments can be difficult to pull on, so find out which types are necessary and which features are acceptable. You may need to wear these a lot, or you may be able to take them off at certain points during the day.

Eat Well and Rest

The first few days after your procedure need to be a mini-vacation. Take it easy, do not lift anything heavy, and stay away from strenuous activities. You're best off taking at least a couple of days off work, your doctor will let you know how many is best. Try to arrange for the procedure to be on a day where you can combine those days off with the next weekend for a longer break. You may be able to do light-office work duties, but it's still better to just take a couple of days and relax, especially if your job is psychologically stressful.

Use Only Those Painkillers Recommended by the Doctor

Everyone's got their favorite painkiller, whether it's ibuprofen, aspirin, or another medication. However, the side effects of some painkillers can interfere with healing and recovery. If you're having some pain after the procedure—swelling and bruising aren't that uncommon, for example—take only those painkillers that are recommended by your doctor. If you don't like the ones allowed (for example, if they all cause you stomach pain), you need to speak with the doctor about that before your procedure.

None of these steps are particularly difficult to accomplish. If you experience discomfort that seems like it's a little too much for post-op recovery, contact your doctor immediately. Other than that, rest up, watch out for the usual signs of problems (you're not feeling better after a day, you notice strange pains, and so on), and take it easy when resuming activities. Within a few days you should be back to feeling normal. For more information or assistance, contact establishments like AURAE MD.


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Coping with Chronic Health Conditions: Tips

Ever since I was a young girl, I have had bad asthma and allergies. I had to stay in the hospital several times when I was in elementary school just to help get my asthma under control and it seemed like I was trying medication after medication with little success. I don't remember all of my childhood health details, since I was so young, but my mother has "filled in the blanks" for me. Thanks to modern medicine and a natural remedy, my health conditions are currently under control and have been for a few years now. I am very grateful for my good health, and I want to "pay it back" to others by creating a blog where I will post my health tips. I hope I can help you learn how to achieve good health!