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Tips for improving circulation

POSTED ON April 6, 2017  - POSTED IN Wound healing

Proper circulation is essential throughout the wound healing process.

Proper circulation is essential throughout the wound healing process.

Proper circulation is essential throughout the wound healing process, as a healthy blood flow is required for any type of physical recovery. Not to mention, having healthy circulation can help you combat heart disease, enhance your complexion and contribute to your overall well-being. If you are sedentary due to an injury or surgery, or if you are diabetic, good circulation can be challenging to achieve. The good news is that there are plenty of ways people of all activity levels can enhance their blood flow.

Tips for minimizing scarring

POSTED ON April 5, 2017  - POSTED IN wound care

While some scarring is often inevitable, proper wound care during and after the wound healing process can minimize the appearance of - and occasionally eliminate - these blemishes.

Proper wound care during and after the wound healing process can minimize the appearance of scars.

Wounds, whether they stem from injuries or operations, all have the potential to leave scars on the skin. Even the tiniest accidental scrape can leave a lifelong mark.

While some scarring is often inevitable, proper care during and after the wound healing process can minimize the appearance of – and occasionally eliminate – these blemishes.

Vegetarian sources of protein that can help the healing process

POSTED ON April 4, 2017  - POSTED IN Wound healing

Looking for some veg friendly ways to up your protein consumption? Check out these yummy vegetarian sources of protein.

Check out these vegetarian sources of protein for an easy way to increase your protein consumption

Protein is a crucial component in the wound healing process. When a body is not consuming a sufficient protein intake, it is unable to repair itself properly.

The current recommended daily protein intake for adults is between 20 percent and 35 percent of their diet. Wound care patients, whose bodies require more nutrients, may need to err on the higher side of that scale to properly nourish themselves.

Consuming a plate that is upwards of 30 percent protein is a fairly simple process for meat eaters, but vegetarians often find it more difficult to increase their intake of this nutrient, as it is often associated with animals products like meat, eggs, fish and dairy. While it might seem challenging to eat a high-protein diet that contains none of these items, there are actually plenty of meat-free, protein-packed vegetarian options out there – and many of them are delicious.

Wound healing in seniors

POSTED ON April 3, 2017  - POSTED IN Wound healing

The elderly face unique challenges when going through the wound healing process.

The elderly face unique challenges when going through the wound healing process, compared to younger demographics.

The elderly face unique challenges when going through the wound healing process, as they typically have more existing skin and health issues than younger demographics. If you are a senior going through recovery, a family caretaker in charge of dressing wounds for a loved one or a professional geriatric care provider, read on to learn three important facts about healing lacerations in older patients.

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