if you had an injury

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Sheldon
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if you had an injury

Postby Sheldon » Sat Jun 18, 2016 6:42 pm

Recovery means a lot of different things to different people. From feeling better after trauma to getting back on your feet after a hard workout, the human body is capable of a recovery on an incredible scale. While difficult, it is also possible to recover from pain or the loss of a loved one. Recovery is not always easy, and it can take some time, but it is almost always possible. The things which helps me is a good rest. The most important thing you can do to recover is nothing at all. You need to give your body time to get better without risking further injury. After serious injuries, sleep is your best friend. Stay in bed, getting out once or twice a day to stretch and move around. What do you think guys?
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Tomislav
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Re: if you had an injury

Postby Tomislav » Sun Jun 19, 2016 11:29 am

Recovery is very important thing. Start small. You aren't going to be back in your normal routine the day after intense physical trauma. You need to be honest with yourself and work on the small things before moving on to bigger, more complex tasks. Focus on getting the little things right and the big things will follow in time.
Go for a short walk each morning, extending it by 1-2 minutes every day.Read the newspaper or try out the crossword to keep your mind active and engaged with the world.
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Re: if you had an injury

Postby Jared » Sun Jun 19, 2016 1:48 pm

I hope that that topic is not personal for you. Find the positives in life and focus on them. It is all too easy to let negative emotions overwhelm us and drown out the wonderful parts of life. Find things you enjoy doing and do them -- pick up an old hobby, chat with friends, cook your favorite meal -- finding the positive makes it easier to cope with hurtful feelings or emotions.Many studies show that our mindset while coping with grief profoundly affects how we feel 1-2 years later, so positive feelings now will help you stay positive in the future.
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Re: if you had an injury

Postby Morningstar » Sun Jun 19, 2016 3:43 pm

There is no "right" way to recover from mental or emotional trauma. Take your time and do what feels right to you while following the advice in the article. Be careful! Always take things slow. If you feel pain or intense sadness, slow down and take your time.Follow your doctor's advice to the letter. Your doctor or physical therapist has years of experience helping people come back from injuries, and they can give you specific advice to help you feel better. Take your medication until advised otherwise. Even if you feel better, you need to complete your prescription or risk new infections.
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Re: if you had an injury

Postby Shannon » Sun Jun 19, 2016 5:42 pm

Trauma disrupts the body’s natural equilibrium, freezing you in a state of hyperarousal and fear. In essence, your nervous system gets “stuck.” As well as burning off adrenaline and releasing endorphins, exercise and movement can actually help your nervous system become unstuck.Instead of focusing on your thoughts or distracting yourself while you exercise, really focus on your body and how it feels as you move.Exercise that is rhythmic and engages both your arms and legs—such as walking, running, swimming, basketball, or even dancing—works best.
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Re: if you had an injury

Postby MARK » Mon Jun 20, 2016 3:29 pm

If you have injured yourself, you will probably notice pain, tenderness, swelling, bruising, and restricted movement or stiffness in the affected area immediately. Sometimes, you may only notice these symptoms several hours after exercising or playing sports. Stop exercising if you feel pain, regardless of whether your injury happened suddenly or you have had the pain for a while. Continuing to exercise while you’re injured may cause further damage and slow your recovery time. If the injury is severe, such as a broken bone, dislocation or severe head injury, go to your nearest accident and emergency department as soon as possible
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Re: if you had an injury

Postby LoganE » Wed Jun 22, 2016 5:54 am

If you’ve injured yourself, you will probably notice pain, tenderness, swelling, bruising, and restricted movement or stiffness in the affected area immediately. Sometimes, you may only notice these symptoms several hours after exercising or playing sports.Stop exercising if you feel pain, regardless of whether your injury happened suddenly or you’ve had the pain for a while. Continuing to exercise while you’re injured may cause further damage and slow your recovery time.If the injury is minor, you don’t usually need to see a doctor and can look after yourself at home (see below), but you may want to visit your GP or local NHS walk-in centre if you need advice or your symptoms don’t get better over time.
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Re: if you had an injury

Postby MORAN » Sat Jun 25, 2016 7:57 am

Hi everybody here) It can happen with everybody. :x And nobody can prevent any injury thst can happened. That is why you need to go to the hospital. You will most likely have an X-ray to determine if you have a fracture. If you do have a fracture, the emergency room physician will determine if you can go home, or if you need to be admitted for the attention of an orthopedic surgeon. X-rays are excellent for diagnosing fractures, and they are also very good at showing osteoarthritis. An X-ray will not reliably show injury to soft tissues, such as ligaments, tendons, muscles and most cartilage injuries. :!:
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Re: if you had an injury

Postby Michal » Sat Jun 25, 2016 4:07 pm

Yeah,that's a hard thing to have something like that in your life and if you do have something like that,you have to really think about it like everyday for the rest of your life,do everything to make it heal real quick and good,and you have to also understand that this thing will remind you about its presence in your body and all that every time some weather changes will occur and the more older you will become,the more it will be all that way and all that,you know what I'm saying? 8-) ;) :) I do have some problems with my leg and it's nothing pleasant,you know?
I'M NOT GAY, BUT 20$ IS 20$ :mrgreen:
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Re: if you had an injury

Postby JerryLee » Sun Jun 26, 2016 9:13 am

well after the injury there is a long period of recovery, it is obvious. you will probably notice pain, tenderness, swelling, bruising, and restricted movement or stiffness in the affected area immediately. Sometimes, you may only notice these symptoms several hours after exercising or playing sports.Stop exercising if you feel pain, regardless of whether your injury happened suddenly or you’ve had the pain for a while. Continuing to exercise while you’re injured may cause further damage and slow your recovery time.If the injury is minor, you don’t usually need to see a doctor and can look after yourself at home (see below), but you may want to visit your GP or local NHS walk-in centre if you need advice or your symptoms don’t get better over time.

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