5 Simple Tips For Faster Leg Surgery Recovery

Foot surgeries can be daunting with feelings of not being able to get around and feelings of dependence on other people in cases where you should be going around your daily life in a productive way.

Here are 5 simple tips to help you recover faster from your leg surgery and get you going and back on your feet faster than you thought possible.

1. Your doctor is your best friend

Listen to everything your doctor says! This looks like a simple and straight forward advice but in actual fact, it can get tough to follow this advice where your movement and ability to get around is hampered.

However, in other for you to get back up fast and start getting around quickly, you must listen to your doctor because right now, your doctor is your best friend.

You must take your meds at the prescribed time, take rests, do your physical therapies in the recommended doses and at the recommended time to ensure the fastest possible recovery time.

2. Pay attention

Mostly, after leg surgery, surgeons will want to take weight off the foot or limit weight bearing to the

Preventing Dehydration in Kids

All human bodies are made up of water, and this is why staying properly hydrated is so important. This is especially true for kids. With the heat of the summer upon us, hydration is essential for good health and well-being. This article will examine some of the causes of dehydration, why it is important to hydrate the body, and what you can do as a parent to avoid dehydration in your kids.

Causes of Dehydration

Quite simply, dehydration occurs when there isn’t enough water in the body. Sweat is what our bodies use to cool us down, and sweat is made up not only of salt and microscopic toxins that our body is trying to release, but a majority of sweat comes out as water.

One of the main causes is because of viral infections, with symptoms that include a high fever and diarrhea. It is especially important to remember that infants and young children depend upon others to provide them with water and proper nutrition. Babies cannot tell an adult when they are uncomfortable or if they are thirsty, but they will fuss, cry, become listless and in severe cases may become very hot

Building Health

It’s difficult to build success when health is an issue. Building health is a prerequisite for building success. I would like to pass along the health secrets I have learned over my seventy-two years.

Diet: Foods to eat in abundance:

Vegetables: Eat kale, mustard greens, bok choy, and spinach. All four are alkalizing to the body. An alkaline body cannot harbor infections. All four should be a big part of your health building routine. The taste buds can be re-educated to include the savory flavors of vegetables. I used to be partial to anything sweet. Now I lean toward the veggies when it comes to taste.

Make at least fifty percent of your food raw. Raw foods contain all the enzymes we need to digest foods properly. Some practitioners recommend an all raw food diet. I tried this for four years with disastrous results. All raw foods can be extremely hard on the digestive tract. It’s better to lightly steam your foods.

Proteins: Protein servings should be no greater than the palm of your hand. Vegetable servings should be two palm servings. Carbohydrates should consist of one palm serving. So use your had to