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People who have been undergoing plastic surgery for 8 years tell you how to reduce swelling quickly after surgery or non-invasive procedures.
First of all, everyone must have a correct understanding of the swelling period, many beauty seekers ask the most words before doing this project, how long can it take to recover? How long does it take for the swelling to go away? How long can I see people naturally?
Medicine taking+ external care + internal diet therapy
Improve capillary wall permeability caused by various reasons, improve peripheral circulation, increase and decrease blood flow; Increase the production of new flesh tooth tissue and promote wound healing; Improve arteriovenous blood flow, restore normal intracapillary pressure, prevent the loss of serum protein, maintain normal colloidal osmotic pressure, and thus play an anti-edema effect; Inhibit the reabsorption of renal tubular sodium and chlorine, exert the effect of diuresis and swelling; This product has obvious analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects. After surgery, you can start taking two to four tablets three times a day for about a week.
48 hours after surgery is the "active period" of wounds and subcutaneous capillaries, at this time, reasonable ice can reduce the degree of tissue trauma and accelerate tissue repair; Reducing postoperative bleeding and tissue swelling can also reduce the probability of bruising.
Wrap an ice pack in a towel (you can use a bag of milk to make an ice pack) and apply ice to the swollen wound area for about 20 minutes at a time, and repeat the ice every 2 hours.
Desirable: Fresh and light food rich in vitamins, protein and other nutrients, which is conducive to the healing of incision wounds and accelerates postoperative recovery.
Taboo: Do not eat spicy, stimulating food and seafood, beef and sheep meat food, do not eat medicated diet, supplement food, easy to increase blood pressure, vasodilation caused by secondary wound bleeding, the formation of hematoma.
Eat more fruits and vegetables rich in vc:
apple, kiwi, banana, orange, orange, grapefruit, strawberry, tomato, pumpkin, sweet potato, carrot broccoli
Pumpkin juice: representative food for reducing swelling, rich in vitamin A;
Red bean barley water: beneficial to water swelling, strengthen the spleen and remove moisture, clear heat and drain pus