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How Do You Speed Up Wound Healing?


Wound healing is the body's natural response to repairing damaged tissue. It involves a complex series of steps, including inflammation, repair, and remodelling.


What happens during the wound healing process?


Upon traumatising a tissue, inflammatory cells will enter the wound site and help to clean out debris and bacteria. Fibroblasts will then form new collagen fibres to fill in the wound. Over time, blood vessels and new skin cells will form, allowing for scarring and remodelling of the wound. This process can take a while but there are ways we can speed up wound healing.


The importance of rest and proper nutrition


Rest allows the body to focus its energy and resources on healing the wound, while proper nutrition ensures that the cells have the fuel necessary for tissue regeneration, healthy skin growth, and improved immunity.


Stress and its impact on wound healing


Stress can cause inflammation, decreased immune system functioning, and changes in hormone levels, all of which can interfere with the healing process. Stress hormones such as cortisol and adrenaline can suppress immunity, slow down cell proliferation and decrease blood flow to a wound, leading to longer healing times.


Keeping wounds clean


This will prevent infection and allow the body to heal itself. Keeping wounds clean can keep bacteria, dirt, and other foreign particles at bay that could otherwise slow down the healing process. Cleaning wounds also helps flush away built-up material and cellular debris that could cause inflammation and delay wound healing.


The benefits of using dressings to promote wound healing


Dressing can provide physical protection, absorb and contain wound exudate, prevent further tissue damage, maintain a moist environment, reduce pain and discomfort, and manage infection.


BodyGuard by The Good Health Store


BodyGuard spray offers instant relief to wounds. Its silver ions properties are increasingly being recognised for their broad-spectrum antimicrobial qualities and bandages sprayed with silver ions could prevent bacterial growth and, therefore, speed healing time, making them extremely valuable for treating wounds.


Silver Ions have also been proven to promote the growth of new cells, thereby increasing the rate at which wounds heal.


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